Social and Economic Well-Being Multimedia

  • Mobile Technology: A Tool for Alleviating Homelessness

    RAND senior behavioral scientist Sarah Hunter explains how policy could help improve the lives of individuals experiencing homelessness by providing increased access to mobile technology.

    Nov 19, 2020

  • Income Distribution in the United States: How It’s Changed Since the 1970s

    RAND senior mathematician Carter Price describes how income distribution and the sharing of economic growth has changed since the 1970s.

    Nov 11, 2020

  • RAND Remote Series: Tackling an Evolving Pandemic

    In this video conversation, Jennifer Bouey discusses RAND's rapid COVID-19 response, including insights and analysis to help strengthen and safeguard communities, rethink and retool institutions, and determine the best ways forward.

    Oct 22, 2020

  • RAND Remote Series: Advancing Racial Equity Policy

    In this video conversation, RAND's Anita Chandra and Benjamin Preston discuss RAND's efforts to address the challenges of racial equity from a variety of angles—and options for converting research into action.

    Oct 6, 2020

  • Homicide Process Mapping: A Guide for Solving More Crimes

    Senior operations researcher John Hollywood describes the guidebook, Homicide Process Mapping, which lays out proven strategies for solving crimes.

    Aug 17, 2020

  • Gun Policy in America: New Insights

    RAND economist Rosanna Smart shares new insights from the Gun Policy in America initiative, including evidence about the effects of child access prevention laws and stand-your-ground laws.

    Jul 14, 2020

  • What Is Contact Tracing?

    RAND's Ben Boudreaux describes how contact tracing can be used to track the spread of COVID-19 and explains the differences between manual and automated contact tracing.

    Jul 7, 2020

  • RAND Summer Institute Lecture Series 2020

    At the 2020 RAND Summer Institute, Aimee Kao delivered a lecture on Neurodegenerative Diseases in 2020: A Day in a Memory and Aging Clinic, and Holly A. Ingraham gave an address on Opening New Doors to Improve Women's Health—One Neuron at a Time.

    Jul 6, 2020

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