Rick Eden is a senior international/defense researcher at the RAND Corporation, where he has conducted and published research in a wide range of policy areas. He also serves as RAND's associate director of Research Quality Assurance and is an adjunct member of RAND's Institutional Review Board for human subjects research. Before joining RAND, Eden served on the faculty of the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque; he has also taught at the University of California, Los Angeles; the University of Southern California; and California State University, Los Angeles. He received his Ph.D. in English from UCLA.
Rick Eden, "Faster, Better, Cheaper: U.S. Army Manages a Logistics Revolution," RAND Review, 26(1), 2002
Tora K. Bikson et al., eds., Ethical Principles in Social-Behavioral Research on Terrorism: Probing the Parameters, RAND Corporation (WR-490-4-NSF/DOJ), 2007
Eric Peltz et al., Sustainment of Army Forces in Operation Iraqi Freedom: Major Findings and Recommendations, RAND Corporation (MG-342-A), 2005
Rick Eden and Patricia Boren, Timely Assistance: Evaluating the Speed of Road Home Grantmaking, RAND Corporation (DB-557-LRA), 2002
John Dumond, Rick Eden, Improving Government Processes: From Velocity Management to Presidential Appointments, RAND Corporation (RP-1153), 2005