Wild Wild Web: For Now, Cybercrime Has the Upper Hand in Its Duel with the Law (Summer 2014)

Cut the Crapshoot: For Medical Innovation Worth the Gamble, It's Time to Close the Casino (Summer 2014)

TRIA Tipping Point: If the U.S. Congress Allows the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act to Expire, Federal Spending Would Grow for Terrorism Losses Below $50 Billion (Summer 2014)

Investments in Africa (Summer 2014)

Falling Short: Joint Aircraft Fail to Deliver Anticipated Savings (Spring 2014)

Own Goal: Growing Inequalities Across Europe Undermine Intent of Union (Spring 2014)

Ukraine Never Had to Be a Zero-Sum Game (Spring 2014)

China's Quid pro Quo (Fall 2013)

Heavy Lift: Truly Comprehensive Immigration Reform Would Span the Migrant Labor Lifecycle (Fall 2013)

In Wake of Presidential Election, Some Set Politics Aside (Winter 2012-2013)

Building Strong Communities Through Affordable Housing (Fall 2012)

Government Testimonies Raise Flags (Fall 2012)

Income Inequality (Fall 2012)

Money Under the Mattress? (Fall 2012)

Premium Cadillacs (Fall 2012)

2030 Is Now (Winter 2011-2012)

A Bitter Pill: Soaring Health Care Spending and the American Family (Winter 2011-2012)

Breaking the Cycle: How Latin America Can Overcome Its Intergenerational Inequality (Winter 2011-2012)

Dusk, Dawn, and High Noon: Demographic Trends Forecast Next Phases for China, India, and the United States (Winter 2011-2012)

How Demographic Trends Will Change the World Through 2050 (Winter 2011-2012)

Life Spans of Today's Humans Will Transform the Nations (Winter 2011-2012)

Midnight in Munich: All European Union Countries Face Declining and Aging Populations (Winter 2011-2012)

Providing Best Mental Health Treatments for All Veterans Could Save Money as Well as Lives (Winter 2011-2012)

U.S. Should Drive Highway Funding Toward Projects — and Benefits — of "National Significance," Says Study (Winter 2011-2012)

Arab World Needs Liberalization for Economic Growth (Summer 2011)

Higher Coverage Rates, State Costs Seen Under U.S. Health Reform (Summer 2011)

How Employer-Based Health Insurance Curbs Entrepreneurship (Summer 2011)

Insurance Exchanges: Booster Shots to Employee Health Coverage (Spring 2011)

Most Wanted: Law Enforcement Agencies Pursue Elusive, Qualified Recruits (Spring 2011)

RAND Europe Helps U.K. Set Price for Alcoholic Beverages (Spring 2011)

Shifts in Responsibility: Global Trends Presage New Era in Home Health Care (Spring 2011)

Study Questions Continued Military Investment in Alternative Fuels (Spring 2011)

Tax on Crude Oil Deemed Viable Alternative to Federal Gasoline Tax (Spring 2011)

Childhood Psychological Problems Foreshadow Long-Term Losses (Winter 2010-2011)

Higher Gear: To Fund Transportation, Congress Should Tax Travel, Not Fuel (Winter 2010-2011)

Still Shaky: A Year After the Earthquake in Haiti, the Key to Stability Is to Build the State (Winter 2010-2011)

An Aging Europe: Wonder How You Manage to Make Ends Meet (Summer 2010)

Do Drug Arrests Work? The Effectiveness of Drug Enforcement in Europe (Summer 2010)

Filtering Through the Smoke: Legalizing Marijuana Would Slash Its Price, but the Effects on Use and Revenues Are Hazy (Summer 2010)

“When I'm 64”: How Aging U.S. Baby Boomers Have Begun to Carry That Weight (Summer 2010)

Energy Resiliency: A New Way for Israel to Tap into the Future (Spring 2010)

No-Fault Insurance: A Classic Example of Unintended Consequences (Spring 2010)

Pooled Assets: Three Ways for Coping in Hard Times (Spring 2010)

Reducing Air Pollution Can Also Reduce Hospital Spending (Spring 2010)

Upgrading the Refueling Fleet Would Cost Less Than Not Doing So (Spring 2010)

Lowering Sodium Consumption Could Yield Large Societal Savings (Winter 2009-2010)

Pilgrim's Progress: How Massachusetts Could Lead the Way in Controlling Health Care Costs (Winter 2009-2010)

Price Is an Important Lever to Reduce Alcohol Consumption in Europe (Winter 2009-2010)

Rapid Growth in Health Care Costs Hurts U.S. Industries (Winter 2009-2010)

Retail Medical Clinics Perform Well Relative to Other Medical Settings (Winter 2009-2010)

Economic Costs of Major Oil Supply Disruptions Pose Key Security Risks (Summer 2009)

Environmental Incubator: A Proposed Hub of Emerging Technologies for Sustainable Development in China (Summer 2009)

Sunken Treasures: The Economic Impetus Behind Modern Piracy (Summer 2009)

Advanced Care: The Promise of Health Information Technology for Cost, Quality, and Privacy (Spring 2009)

Cost Controls: How Government Can Get More Bang for Its Buck (Spring 2009)

Health Information Technology Savings Dwarf Costs over the First 15 Years, Then Keep Growing (Spring 2009)

A Better Deal: Economy: Keep America Innovative (Fall 2008)

A Better Deal: Energy: Pursue a Range of Solutions (Fall 2008)

Disoriented: In Asia, U.S. Still Guards the Fort but Surrenders the Bank (Spring 2008)

Fount of Knowledge: How Managers of Water Can Plumb Its Deep Uncertainties (Spring 2008)

Improved Valuations of Water-Efficiency Programs Can Help Water Managers Make the Most of Them (Spring 2008)

Newcomers' Burden: Who, if Not Immigrants, Will Pay for the Baby Boomers' Retirement? (Spring 2008)

Quick Fix: Drug Benefit Plans Driven by Short-Term Savings Could Be More Costly in the End (Fall 2007)

Alcohol Advertising and Marketing Appear to Influence Early Adolescent Drinking (Summer 2007)

RAND Study Informs U.S. Debate over Terrorism Risk Insurance (Summer 2007)

Delta Dawning: Gulf Coast Efforts Look Beyond Recovery Toward Lasting Renewal (Fall 2006)

Advanced Nations Will Benefit Most from Future Technologies, Study Finds (Summer 2006)

Airbus or Boeing Derivatives Favored for U.S. Air Force Tankers (Summer 2006)

Only Half in Flood-Prone Areas Purchase Flood Insurance (Spring 2006)

Better Resource Assessments Would Improve Resource Development (Fall 2005)

In Search of Energy Security: Will New Sources and Technologies Reduce Our Vulnerability to Major Disruptions? (Fall 2005)

Many Happy Returns: Early Childhood Programs Entail Costs, but the Paybacks Could Be Substantial (Fall 2005)

A Variety of Early Childhood Interventions Have Generated Favorable Economic Returns (Fall 2005)

What People in England Want When Choosing Their Own Hospitals (Fall 2005)

Suburban Sprawl, Body Sprawl: Are Land-Use Patterns Driven by Choice or by the Market? (Spring 2005)

Public Initiative: What the “Gene Revolution” Can Learn from the Green Revolution (Fall 2004)

Plots and Curves: What Mexican Sex Workers Can Teach Economists About Preventing HIV (Summer 2004)

Securities Fraud Class Actions: 70 Years Young (Summer 2004)

Swollen Waistlines, Swollen Costs: Obesity Worsens Disabilities and Weighs on Health Budgets (Spring 2004)

Laboratories of Reform: State Health Insurance Experiments Yield Lessons for the Nation (Fall 2003)

Molecular Manipulation: How Tiny Particles Are Becoming Big Business (Fall 2003)

Reducing High Fertility Rates Can Yield Economic Benefits (Spring 2003)

Harvard Business Scholar Asks: “Globalization for Whom?” (Summer 2002)

Dutch Students Know How to Take a Free Ride (Spring 2002)

State Energy Crisis Spurs Quest for National Strategy (Spring 2001)

Competitive Jolt: For Electricity Deregulation to Work, Surge Capacity Is Just the Beginning (Fall 2000)

If Wealth Is the Chicken, Health Is the Egg (Fall 1999)

Open Your Market and Say “Ahh”: “Contagion Indicators” for an Ailing Global Economy (Winter 1998-99)

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