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Assistant Policy Researcher; Ph.D. Candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Publications are listed in alphabetical order.
Jefferson P. Marquis, Joe Hogler, Jennifer D. P. Moroney, Michael J. Neumann, Christopher Paul, John E. Peters, Gregory F. Treverton, Anny Wong
Richard Mesic, Myron Hura, Martin C. Libicki, Anthony M. Packard, Lynn Scott
Chaitra M. Hardison, Carra S. Sims, Eunice C. Wong
Karl P. Mueller
Edward G. Keating, H. G. Massey, Judith D. Mele, Benjamin F. Mundell
Mary E. Chenoweth, Jeremy Arkes, Nancy Young Moore
Richard Mesic, David E. Thaler, David Ochmanek, Leon Goodson
Carolyn Chu, Brandon T. Dues, Laura L. Miller
Forrest E. Morgan
Jennifer D. P. Moroney, Joe Hogler, Jefferson P. Marquis, Christopher Paul, John E. Peters, Beth Grill
Obaid Younossi, Kevin Brancato, John C. Graser, Thomas Light, Rena Rudavsky, Jerry M. Sollinger
Ronald G. McGarvey, Robert S. Tripp, Rachel Rue, Thomas Lang, Jerry M. Sollinger, Whitney A. Conner, Louis Luangkesorn
Lynn Scott, Raymond E. Conley, Richard Mesic, Edward O'Connell, Darren D. Medlin
Frederic Wehrey, Dalia Dassa Kaye, Jessica Watkins, Jeffrey Martini, Robert A. Guffey