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Rand

(rand),
Gertrude, U.S. visual psychologist, 1886-1970. See: Hardy-Rand-Ritter test.

Rand

(rand),
M.J., 20th-century pharmacologist. See: Burn and Rand theory.
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The RAND Corporation is a research organization that develops solutions to public policy challenges to help make communities throughout the world safer and more secure, healthier and more prosperous.
RAND Corporation is think tank formed to offer research and analysis to the armed forces.
The fact that the authors hold senior positions at RAND Corporation which has published their study in conjunction with a major commercial press offers at least some hope that such may actually transpire.
But Alvarez's heavy-handed ways with his own military led to his ouster as Honduras' acting dictator in 1984, Shortly thereafter, the unindicted war criminal went to work as a "special consultant" to the Rand Corporation.
Anderson, MD, FACP, provides national data from a collaboration with the RAND Corporation that objectively indicates the malpractice litigation system is broken and needs to be fixed.
Rajeev Darolia and Cory Koedel, University of Missouri, and Francisco Martorell and Katie Wilson, RAND Corporation, "Do Employers Prefer Workers Who Attend For-Profit Colleges ?
A November 15 article in the Los Angeles Times reported on a Rand Corporation study claiming that "healthcare for illegal immigrants between the ages of 18 and 64 cost American taxpayers $1.
SHINE's service-learning model exemplifies many of the "good practices" identified by the RAND Corporation in its evaluation of Learn & Service America Higher Education programs including training, support, and intensity of service (Gray, Ondaatje, & Zakaras, 1999).
The FDA states in its press release that it reviewed "a seminal report by the RAND Corporation.
RAND Corporation investigators based in Santa Monica, California, will team up with several Los Angeles-area community organizations to study whether park improvements positively impact the physical activity and health of local residents, primarily Latinos.
The stories are misleading," says Tom Loveless of the Brookings Institution, which prepared the report with the Rand Corporation.