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Assistant Policy Researcher, RAND; Ph.D. Candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Assistant Policy Researcher; Ph.D. Candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Publications are listed in alphabetical order.
Richard S. Marken, William W. Taylor, John A. Ausink, Lawrence M. Hanser, C. R. Anderegg, Leslie Wickman
Craig Moore, Marygail K. Brauner
Michael Schiefer, Albert A. Robbert, Lionel A. Galway, Richard E. Stanton, Christine San
Robert C. Owen, Karl P. Mueller
Andrew R. Hoehn, Adam R. Grissom, David Ochmanek, David A. Shlapak, Alan J. Vick
Eric V. Larson, Bogdan Savych
Gregory G. Hildebrandt
Lynn Scott, Steve Drezner, Rachel Rue, Jesse Reyes
Roger Cliff, Mark Burles, Michael S. Chase, Derek Eaton, Kevin L. Pollpeter
Benjamin S. Lambeth
Thomas Manacapilli, Chaitra M. Hardison, Brian Gifford, Alexis Bailey, Aimee Bower
James T. Bartis, G. Torrance Flint, Jr.
Thomas Manacapilli, Alexis Bailey, Christopher Beighley, Bart E. Bennett, Aimee Bower