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Assistant Policy Researcher; Ph.D. Candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Codirector, RAND Center for Applied Network Analysis; Behavioral/Social Scientist
NSRD Publications by Year:
Isaac R. Porche III, Henry H. Willis, Martin Ruszkowski
Roland J. Yardley, Harry J. Thie, Kevin Brancato, Megan Abbott
Marc Robbins, Patricia Boren, Kristin J. Leuschner
Michael V. Hynes, John E. Peters, Denis Rushworth
Lynn E. Davis, Gregory F. Treverton, Daniel Byman, Sara A. Daly, William Rosenau
Beth J. Asch, James Hosek
David C. Gompert, Olga Oliker, Anga R. Timilsina
David C. Gompert, Hans Pung, Kevin A. O'Brien, Jeffrey Peterson
Beth J. Asch, Can Du, Matthias Schonlau
Peter Schirmer, Dina G. Levy, Harry J. Thie, Joy S. Moini, Margaret C. Harrell, Kimberly Curry Hall, Kevin Brancato, Megan Abbott
Lynne Wainfan, Paul K. Davis
Harry J. Thie, Raymond E. Conley, Henry A. Leonard, Megan Abbott, Eric V. Larson, K. Scott McMahon, Michael G. Shanley, Ronald E. Sortor, William W. Taylor, Stephen Dalzell, et al.
Walter L. Perry, John Gordon IV, Michael Boito, Gina Kingston