About RTI Press
The mission of the RTI Press is to bring RTI research, analytical tools, and technical expertise to national and international attention by serving as a respected outlet for RTI studies and analyses. The RTI Press publishes peer-reviewed research reports, methods reports, conference proceedings, and books and monographs to communicate knowledge from our discoveries, innovations, and research findings and to support emerging areas of strategic importance.
RTI Press Organization
The RTI Press is managed by a six-member executive committee representing the major research groups and an editorial board of leading scientists who provide subject matter expertise across the institute’s many research disciplines.
Members of the executive committee and editorial board are nominated by senior management in each research group to serve terms varying from 2 to 4 years. All RTI Press submissions are peer reviewed by editorial board members, other experienced RTI technical experts, and occasionally outside experts as well.
Diane Wagener, PhD, is editor-in-chief and Dorota Temple, PhD, is deputy editor-in-chief. Karen Lauterbach serves as managing editor.
RTI Press Publications
The RTI Press publishes a wide range of materials, including:
- Research reports (including occasional papers and research and policy overviews)
- Methods reports
- Research briefs and policy briefs
- Conference proceedings
- Books and monographs
RTI Press Topics
The RTI Press publications represent the knowledge, expertise, and experience generated across a broad range of research areas and technical specialties at RTI. These include but are not limited to the following research fields:
- Health (including health policy, health economics, etc.)
- Social policy
- Education and training
- Surveys and data collection and management
- Statistics and epidemiology
- Advanced technology
- Democratic governance
- Economic and social development (domestic and international)
- Security (homeland, crime/violence)
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