RESEARCH METHODS

The Telescope and the Microscope: Public Policy Wisdom from Victor Hugo (Summer 2014)

High and Dry? From the Rockies to the Sierra, Water Managers Gauge Implications of Climate Change (Spring 2014)

A Flood of Innovation: Louisiana's Coastal Master Plan (Spring 2012)

Power of Ideas: How Foundations Can Generate Knowledge to Spark Change (Winter 2010-2011)

Energy Resiliency: A New Way for Israel to Tap into the Future (Spring 2010)

Fresh Approaches to Familiar Problems (Spring 2010)

Marshaling the Evidence: How Science Can Help Fight the War on Poverty (Spring 2010)

The Perils of Polarization: When Ideology Trumps Analysis (Spring 2010)

From Microdata to Megatrends: The Continuing Legacy of the RAND Health Insurance Experiment (Fall 2008)

Fount of Knowledge: How Managers of Water Can Plumb Its Deep Uncertainties (Spring 2008)

Improved Valuations of Water-Efficiency Programs Can Help Water Managers Make the Most of Them (Spring 2008)

Common Grounds: Cultivating the Field of Community-Based Participatory Research (Spring 2007)

DHS AWOL? Tough Questions About Homeland Security Have Gone Missing (Spring 2007)

Better Resource Assessments Would Improve Resource Development (Fall 2005)

Foot in Mouth: Finding Better Uses for Policy Research (Summer 2004)

We Need a Vision for Wind Tunnels — Not Tunnel Vision (Spring 2004)

Overcompensating? A Tool to Refine Policies for Retaining Military Personnel (Fall 2003)

Game Theory and Gaming, 1948-Present (Fall 1998)

Early Systems Analysis, 1949-1954 (Fall 1998)

Cost Analysis and Logistics, 1952-Present (Fall 1998)

Improved Budgeting, 1953-Present (Fall 1998)

Social Policy Analysis, 1968-Present (Fall 1998)


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