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Assistant Policy Researcher; Ph.D. Candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Publications are listed in alphabetical order.
Georges Vernez, H. G. Massey
Raymond E. Conley, Albert A. Robbert
Edward G. Keating, Marygail K. Brauner, Lionel A. Galway, Judith D. Mele, James J. Burks, Brendan Saloner
Ronald G. McGarvey, Manuel J. Carrillo, Douglas C. Cato, Jr., John G. Drew, Thomas Lang, Kristin F. Lynch, Amy L. Maletic, H. G. Massey, James M. Masters, Raymond A. Pyles, et al.
Don Snyder, Patrick Mills, Adam C. Resnick, Brent D. Fulton
Anthony D. Rosello, Sean Bednarz, Michael Kennedy, Chuck Stelzner, Fred Timson, David T. Orletsky
Jean R. Gebman
Evan S. Medeiros
Kristin F. Lynch, William A. Williams
Michael Boito, Cynthia R. Cook, John C. Graser
Chaitra M. Hardison, Carra S. Sims, Farhana Ali, Andres Villamizar, Benjamin F. Mundell, Paul Howe
Martin C. Libicki
Frederic Wehrey, David E. Thaler, Nora Bensahel, Kim Cragin, Jerrold D. Green, Dalia Dassa Kaye, Nadia Oweidat, Jennifer J. Li
Jody Jacobs, David E. Johnson, Katherine Comanor, Lewis Jamison, Leland Joe, David Vaughan
Eric J. Unger