Soldier Preferences and Retention Effects of Changes in Army Reserve Training Requirements: An Exploration of Revealed and Stated Behavior
Nov 16, 2021
Stephan Seabrook is a senior defense analyst at the RAND Corporation. Since arriving at RAND in 2011, he has specialized in U.S. Army operational doctrine and logistics, modeling and simulation, wargaming, economic and budgetary analysis, and data visualization. Seabrook has developed deep expertise in U.S. military roles in the European theater, including missions and force posture, ally capabilities, and potential adversaries. He has also participated in various studies concerning security force assistance efforts in Afghanistan and Colombia. Seabrook's previous professional experience includes five years as an Associate and Senior Analyst with Charles River Associates in Boston, where he performed economic and statistical analysis for corporate litigation engagements in the intellectual property and pharmaceuticals sectors. Additionally, while finishing his MA Seabrook interned for the Strategies Group of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). He holds an MA in International Relations and International Economics from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies with concentrations in both Strategic Studies and Quantitative Methods & Economic Theory. He received his BA with honors from Bowdoin College, completing majors in Economics and Government.