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RAND Europe publishes more than a dozen books, reports, research summaries, and other documents each year. Many recent documents are available as free, downloadable PDF files.
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The Structural Genomics Consortium: A knowledge platform for drug discovery: A summary — March 10, 2014
This report summarises the results of an independent evaluation of the Structural Genomics Consortium, an open access model of public-private collaboration, conducted by RAND Europe with the Institute on Governance.
This report presents the results of an independent evaluation of the Structural Genomics Consortium, an open access model of public-private collaboration, conducted by RAND Europe with the Institute on Governance.
Handling ethical problems in counterterrorism: An inventory of methods to support ethical decisionmaking — February 12, 2014
This study provides an inventory of methods to support ethical decision-making in counterterrorism. It draws on expertise from the counterterrorism field as well as other public sectors, including healthcare, social work, policing and intelligence.
Regulating quality and safety of health and social care: International experiences — February 7, 2014
The report reviews regulatory mechanisms in six countries that seek to ensure that essential standards of care are applied and being adhered to, considering the range of policy instruments used to encourage and ensure continuous quality improvement.
Public Perception of Security and Privacy: Assessing Knowledge, Collecting Evidence, Translating Research Into Action — February 1, 2014
PACT is a three year project that aims to understand more fully the public perception of security, privacy, and surveillance across the 27 European Member States (EU27).