2008 paper by Harvard University, Oregon State University, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture on the economic and policy drivers of national land-use change.
2009 RAND Corporation paper examines the potential benefits of workers remaining in the workforce for longer periods of time.
2008 U.C. Berkeley study looking at the effect of carpool lanes on the number of person and vehicle hours traveled.
2010 study by Stanford and Singapore Management University on the effect of credit tightening on international trade during the 2008-2009 financial crisis.
2009 Brookings Institution study on the nature of the increase in poverty in the United States between 2000 and 2008.
2010 study by researchers from the University of Delaware and Stony Brook University on the potential of large-scale wind-farm networks.
2008 Brown University paper examining the extent to which highways could explain rates of suburbanization within the U.S.
2006 paper by the Brookings Institution exploring the potential for bias in the structure of metropolitan planning organizations.
2008 University of Missouri study exploring the potential for hydropower in reducing U.S. greenhouse gas emissions.
2007 Tomas Rivera Policy Institute paper examining the sources of tension between African-Americans, Latinos and others in South L.A. June, 2007