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  • Put Brains Behind Airway Safety

    Manpower, munitions and money were vital to America's victory in World War II - but so was smart strategy. The same is true in our war against terrorists today.

  • Karen Elliott House to Lead RAND Corporation Board of Trustees; Two New Trustees Elected

    Karen Elliott House, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and former publisher of the Wall Street Journal, has been elected chairman of the RAND Corporation Board of Trustees.

  • The Public Health System Since 9/11

    In this August 2011 Congressional Briefing, RAND researchers will share their findings regarding improvements in the U.S. public health system in the past decade and provide recommendations to effectively address future public health threats.

  • SOTU Policy Preview

    Preparing for the State of the Union address? Here is a preview of topics from President Obama's inaugural address that he may cover on Tuesday night, along with helpful links to related RAND analyses, reports, and commentary.

  • The Future of U.S.-Russia Relations

    In this Events @ RAND podcast, RAND experts Samuel Charap, Dara Massicot, and Michael J. Mazarr discuss where the U.S.-Russia relationship is heading.

  • California Lags Nation in Tracking Students' Educational Progress

    While California has basic tracking system architecture in place to allow the state's educators to closely follow the progress of students from kindergarten to post-secondary education, officials must overcome political and financial barriers.

  • The False Hope of Bone Marrow Transplantation for Breast Cancer

    Clinical use of high-dose chemotherapy with autologous bone marrow transplantation was propelled by numerous factors—patient demand, physician enthusiasm, media reporting, litigation, and administrative mandates—despite a lack of proven clinical effectiveness.

  • RAND Project AIR FORCE Annual Report 2008

    For 60 years, RAND Project AIR FORCE (PAF) has offered objective, independent analysis on issues of enduring concern to Air Force leaders. Current research focuses on strategy and doctrine; force modernization and employment; manpower, personnel, and training; and resource management. This report offers highlights from PAF's 2008 efforts.

  • Estimating High School Graduation and Dropout Rates

    Using a new measuring technique, a RAND study estimates that 64 percent of public high school students in Pittsburgh graduate within five years — compared with a 74 percent graduation rate estimated by the state of Pennsylvania.

  • The Role of Public and Private Litigation in the Enforcement of Securities Laws in the United States

    This dissertation analyzes the combination of federal and investors' class actions to enforce federal securities laws, as well as how the Sarbanes-Oxley Act disrupts joint public and private litigation to discipline self regulatory organizations like the national stock exchanges, and the effects of these attempted reforms on the market.

  • RAND Review, Fall 2007: Passing or Failing

    The Fall 2007 issue of RAND Review presents a midterm report card for "No Child Left Behind", discusses drug benefit plans driven by short-term savings, and analyzes the threat of ungoverned territories.

  • Post-Deployment Stress: What You Should Know, What You Can Do

    This pamphlet of information was designed for veterans returning from deployment in Iraq or Afghanistan who may face post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and other emotional and behavioral problems.

  • HMO Backlash Caused Few People to Bolt from Health Plans

    A backlash of public opinion against health maintenance organizations in the late 1990s did not result in large numbers of Americans switching to health insurance plans that offer greater consumer choice.

  • Accelerating Health Care Costs Wiping Out Much of Americans' Income Gains

    Fast-rising health care costs have eaten nearly all the income gains made by a median-income American family of four over the past decade, leaving them with just $95 per month in extra income, after accounting for taxes and price increases.

  • Policy Issues for Coal-to-Liquid Development

    In testimony presented before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, James T. Bartis discusses the key problems and policy issues associated with developing a domestic coal-to-liquids industry.