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The RAND Corporation publishes the work of its employees in a variety of forms. Three such forms are represented among my publications.

Reports
RAND Reports are lengthy documents that are internally reviewed and commented upon by other RAND analysts (or consultants) and by professional editors in the RAND Publications Department.  The primary written output from a project at RAND should be a Report.   RAND Reports are prefixed by an R, e.g., R-1122.
 
Notes.
RAND Notes are shorter documents that are, like Reports, internally reviewd and commented upon by other RAND analysts (or consultants) and by professional editors in the RAND Publications Department.  The secondary written outputs from a project at RAND are typically Notes.  RAND Notes are prefixed by an N, e.g., N-2233.
 
Papers.
RAND Papers are essentially "pass-through" publications that are not reviewed or edited.  They may or may not be the output of a RAND project.  RAND Papers are prefixed by a P, e.g., P-7788.

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