Publications of the Management Sciences Department, 1969-1970.

by J. Helvey

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Bibliography with abstracts of 89 unclassified publications--3 books, 3 Reports, 38 RAND Memorandums, and 45 Papers--written by 53 members of the RAND Management Sciences Department between April 1969 and December 1970. They are listed by publication number and are indexed by author and by broad subject: defense research, logistics, management science theory and methodology, management systems and policy, and public policy. Sponsorship and availability information is given. Similar information for earlier publications is contained in RM-2155-7 and RM-2155-11. 29 pp.

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