RAND Europe Research Briefs

2017

  • Why sleep matters: The economic costs of insufficient sleep

    Improving individual sleeping habits has huge implications. Small increases in sleep can make big differences to national economies. RAND Europe's novel study quantifies the economic and social costs of insufficient sleep among the global workforce.

2016

2015

2014

  • Driving in the Future in Developing Countries

    Automobility — travel in personal vehicles — varies between countries. This brief summarizes a study of the factors besides economic development that affect automobility and how automobility might evolve in developing countries.