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Authors: Lloyd Dixon, Tom Latourrette
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: los, angeles, metropolitan, area, greater, industry, soledad, canyon, aggregate, effects
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The Effects of the Soledad Canyon Mine on the Aggregate Industry in the Greater Los Angeles Metropolitan Area......
Author: Francis James West
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: security, area
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A discussion of the security strategy in the rural areas of Vietnam that must be developed by the GVN before U.S. withdrawal.The area security system would bring concerted pressure to the level where the VC are now in psychological charge.The system, employing ARVN bolstered by temporary American encadrement, has as its objectives the creation of inter-GVN responsibility and capability and the est......
Authors: Megan K. Beckett, Peter A. Morrison
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: southern, california, area, inland, physicians, supply, demand, forecasting
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The authors forecast that the Inland Southern California area (the southeastern-most part of the state) is likely to experience a 32 percent shortfall in the number of physicians who provide patient care (including medical residents and fellows) by the year 2020. The authors conclude that their results are sensitive to a variety of factors, including the accuracy of population projections. However......
ISBN: 0821381407, 9780821381403
Author: Unknown
Source: publications.worldbank.org
Keywords: low, income, areas, rural, services, increase, access, telecommunications, options
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World Bank Working Papers 178English; Paperback; 72 pages; 7x10Published March 12, 2010 by World BankISBN: 978-0-8213-8140-3; SKU: 18140 'Options to Increase Access to Telecommunications Services inRural and Low-Income Areas' is part of the World Bank Working Paperseries. These papers are published to communicate the results of theBank’s ongoing research and to stimulate public dis......
Author: Peter A. Morrison
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: regional, policy, meaning, areas, distressed, migration
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Examines how migration restores labor market balance, and how it affects people who leave distressed areas and people who remain.Migrants usually benefit even though they often base their moves on poor information and ignorance of their alternatives.A sizable reservoir of would-be migrants passes up the same opportunity.For each person who migrates, two persons expect to migrate and four say they ......
Authors: Grace M. Carter, Jan M. Chaiken, Edward Ignall
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: units, emergency, areas, response
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For a model in which two urban emergency units cooperate in responding to calls from a region that may have inhomogeneously distributed demands and complicated travel times, the expected response time to calls for service and the workload of each unit are calculated as functions of the boundary that separates the two response areas.The boundary that minimizes mean response time is determined; it m......
ISBN: 0833014765, 9780833014764
Author: Richard L. Kugler
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: operations, problems, prospects, military, area, european, cooperation, west
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During the Cold War, the United States and its West European allies focused their military planning on defense of NATO's borders. The arrival of the "out-of-area (OOA) era," an era in which military intervention may be required outside the alliance area, confronts these nations with troublesome questions. This report analyzes the issues surrounding OOA military operations and outlines a series of ......
Authors: Tom Latourrette, Lynn E. Davis, David R. Howell, Preethi R. Sama, David J. Dausey
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: practices, functions, areas, future, work, incidents, radiological, health, preparedness, response, chemical, public
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One area of public health emergency preparedness that has not been examined in depth is preparedness for incidents involving the release of chemical or radiological substances. Past experience — with chemical and nuclear plant accidents, train collisions, product tampering, and chemical terrorism — shows that such incidents can have serious public health consequences. This report focus......
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