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Appendix: Biographical Sketches of Committee Members and Staff
Pages 221-226

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From page 221...
... Emily Backes, who served as a research associate for this project, has also worked on a project on juvenile justice reform for the Committee on Law and Justice at the National Research Council. She previously worked with the Committee on Human Rights of the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, and Institute of Medicine.
From page 222...
... He is also director of the university's Health Policy Center and its Collaborating Center for the Economics of Tobacco Control of the World Health Organization. He is an affiliate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, and he directs Impacteen, a collaboration funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation that investigates common threats to adolescent health, such as obesity, substance abuse, and tobacco use.
From page 223...
... His research focuses on organized crime, including drug trafficking, human smuggling, human trafficking, fraud and money laundering, social organization, embeddedness, and the interaction between offenders and the criminal justice system. Previously, he was head of the Crime, Law Enforcement, and Sanctions Research Division of WODC in the Hague.
From page 224...
... Malay Majmundar, who served as study director for this project, is a senior program officer for the Committee on Law and Justice in the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education at the National Research Council. He has previously worked on studies on criminal justice, immigration enforcement and statistics, demography and population aging, and federal budget policy.
From page 225...
... So is director of the Program on Global Health and Technology Access and professor of the practice of public policy and global health at the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University and the Duke Global Health Institute. He has been principal investigator for projects with the Southeast Asia Tobacco Control Alliance and the American Cancer Society that examined the evidence of illicit trade and the political economy of tobacco across seven countries in Southeast Asia.
From page 226...
... Previously, she directed research and training for the Institute for Global Tobacco Control at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and worked on the development of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control at the World Health Organization. She has published work on global tobacco control, globalization and health, capacity building in low- and middle-­ income countries, and health security.

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