Jonathan P. Caulkins
H. Guyford Stever University Professor of Operations Research and Public Policy
Jonathan P. Caulkins is the H. Guyford Stever University Professor of Operations Research and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College and a member of the National Academy of Engineering.
Dr. Caulkins specializes in systems analysis of problems pertaining to drugs, crime, terror, violence and prevention, work that earned him the David Kershaw Award from the Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management, a Robert Wood Johnson Health Investigator Award and the INFORMS President’s Award. Issues surrounding cannabis legalization have been a focus in recent years, and he recently co-authored the 2nd edition of his book Marijuana Legalization: What Everyone Needs to Know (Oxford University Press). His other interests include optimal control, reputation and brand management, human trafficking, and black markets. He has taught quantitative decision-making on four continents to students from 50 countries at every level from undergraduates to Ph.D. students and executive education. Dr. Caulkins has authored or co-authored more than 140 refereed articles and 10 books. He is a past Co-director of RAND's Drug Policy Research Center, founding Director of RAND’s Pittsburgh office and continues to work through RAND on a variety of projects. Dr. Caulkins received a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in systems science from Washington University, an S.M. in electrical engineering and computer science and doctorate in operations research, both from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
- 90-722 - Management Science I: Optimization & Multicriteria Methods
- 90-760 - Management Science II
- 94-833 - Decision Analysis and Multicriteria Decision Making
In The Media
- The American Mind - A Little More Poison (12-13-2022)
- Urdu Point - ANALYSIS - Social Isolation, Treatment Disruption During COVID-19 Exacerbated Opioid Crisis In US (12-10-2022)
- Heritage Foundation - Twenty-First Century Illicit Drugs and Their Discontents: The Troubling Potency of Twenty-First Century Cannabis (12-07-2022)
- Politifact - Fentanyl deaths are up, but GOP ads mislead by blaming ‘open borders,’ migrants crossing illegally (10-28-2022)
- The City Journal - Legal Weed: What Went Wrong? (10-27-2022)
- Miami Herald - Cops say child died from THC gummies. Here’s what experts say about marijuana overdoses (10-21-2022)
- BuzzFeed - Rainbow Fentanyl Is A Real Threat, But Not Because People Are Giving It Out As Halloween Candy (10-13-2022)
- The Economist - Booming cocaine production suggests the war on drugs has failed (10-13-2022)
- Seattle Times - Researchers warn of mental health risks of high-potency cannabis (10-05-2022)
- Politifact - Fact-checking how much fentanyl is coming into the U.S. (10-03-2022)
- Associated Press - DEA: Fake pills containing fentanyl helping drive OD deaths (09-28-2022)
- New Republic - Police Are Repeating the Drug War’s Dark History in the Fentanyl Era (09-20-2022)
- Newsy - The Why and Dr. Jonathan Caulkins on the War on Drugs (08-27-2022)
- Deseret News - Why experts say the legalization of marijuana is no cause for celebration (08-04-2022)
- Cannabis Now - Why More Cannabis Arrests Are Good for Legalization (07-06-2022)
- Bridge Michigan - Michigan pot sales skyrocket to all time high as prices keep dropping (06-30-2022)
- Institute for Family Studies - Pot and Pathology (06-28-2022)
- Boulder Weekly - Thailand’s green gold rush (06-16-2022)
- CBC - As Canada takes a step toward decriminalizing hard drugs, here's what it can learn from other countries (06-07-2022)
- Colorado Public Radio - Treatment wasn’t working. Would jail have saved a woman in Lakewood from fentanyl? (05-09-2022)
- New York Times - A cautionary tale (04-24-2022)
- IP Watchdog - Examining the Drug Patent Policy Debate, the Future of Section 230 Protections for Online Speech, and Global Collaboration on Quantum Computing (04-11-2022)
- Colorado Springs Gazette - PERSPECTIVE: Congress should heed Colorado’s pot woes (04-10-2022)
- Epoch Times - Beijing Avoids Taking Effective Action to Stem Flow of Fentanyl Amid US Opioid Crisis: Experts (03-14-2022)
- Pharmacy Times - Commission on Opioid Crisis Calls for Changes in Marketing Pharmaceuticals, Managing Care (02-19-2022)
- EurekAlert - Commission on opioid crisis calls for urgent changes in marketing pharmaceuticals, managing care (02-15-2022)
- New York Post - As fentanyl deaths double, Kamala Harris ignores the drugs pouring over the southern border (02-15-2022)
- New York Times - A rising death toll (02-13-2022)
- Medscape - Opioid Deaths in North America Predicted to Soar (02-09-2022)
- Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health - What led to the opioid crisis—and how to fix it (02-09-2022)
- Clinical Pain Advisor - Commission Addresses the Opioid Crisis in North America (02-08-2022)
- Yahoo! Life - Michael K. Williams advocated for ending the war on drugs. Now activists say arrests of dealers tied to OD death 'is not what he would want' (02-08-2022)
- Filter Magazine - Drug Euphoria Is a Good Thing, Actually (02-08-2022)
- HCP Live - By 2029 North America Could Lose 1.2 Million More People to Opioid Overdose (02-05-2022)
- HealthDay - Experts Propose Solutions to the Opioid Crisis in North America (02-04-2022)
- The Hill - US opioid crisis arose from weak laws and regulations, study says (02-03-2022)
- Pain News Network - Report Warns of Million More Opioid Overdose Deaths (02-03-2022)
- Partnership to End Addiction - More Than 1.2 Million Could Die From Overdoses in North America by End of Decade (02-02-2022)
- MedPage Today - Commission on Opioid Crisis Warns of 1M Overdose Deaths in Call to Action (02-02-2022)
- The Guardian - Opioid overdose deaths to ‘grow exponentially’ without action – study (02-02-2022)
- UPI - Report: 1.2M more opioid overdose deaths expected in North America by 2029 (02-02-2022)
- Forbes - 1.2 Million Opioid Overdose Deaths Expected In U.S. And Canada By 2029, Experts Warn (02-02-2022)
- Nieuws Suriname - Na zoveelste onderschepping cocaïne: wordt het geen tijd om cocaïne te legaliseren? (11-29-2021)
- VICE - A Guide to Weed Drug Tests at Work (11-15-2021)
- East Bay Express - Hash Crop: Cannabis is well on its way to becoming one of the most valuable commodities in the country (11-10-2021)
- New York Times - Opinion | The World's View on Drugs Is Changing. Which Side Are You On? (10-21-2021)
- El Paso Times - New Mexico to embrace El Pasoans through marijuana tourism after recreational legalization (10-14-2021)
- Marijuana Venture Online - Stories We're Watching in October 2021 (09-25-2021)
- Business Insider - The fentanyl-laced cocaine that killed an LA comedian is showing up everywhere - here's why it's so deadly and how to avoid it (09-08-2021)
- Business Insider - Research and data (07-30-2021)
- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - Deep in the weed: A look into the future of marijuana regulation in sports (07-19-2021)
- VICE - How to Use Naloxone if Someone Is Overdosing on Opioids (06-14-2021)
- PolitiFact - Federal law still prohibits marijuana use, including on college campuses (06-07-2021)
- Public Source - Q&A: Overdoses are peaking again and opioids are only going to get cheaper, one expert explains (05-27-2021)
- The Advocate - Experts warn finance giants risk 'sleepwalking into discrimination' with the hybrid work models they're planning (05-10-2021)
- Mic - The push to legalize psychedelics has ignored Indigenous communities (05-01-2021)
- Vox - 4/20, the marijuana holiday, explained (04-20-2021)
- VICE - How Do People Even Find Drug Dealers? (04-07-2021)
- Global Americans - How not to curb Colombian cocaine (04-02-2021)
- Courthouse News - NY Legislators Pass Bill to Legalize Recreational Marijuana (03-30-2021)
- Dove Med - Sharp reductions in costs of producing cannabis, fentanyl likely to spur widespread changes in use, dependence (03-17-2021)
- ScienMag - Sharp reductions in costs of producing cannabis, fentanyl likely to spur widespread changes in use, dependence (03-10-2021)
- PolitiFact - Wisconsin Democratic lawmaker overstates youth marijuana claim (03-05-2021)
- UNODC - Harnessing the power of data and analysis to tackle the drug problem (02-19-2021)
- Medical News - Rescheduling drugs to lower risk of abuse can reduce use, dangers (02-03-2021)
- National Review - Marijuana Decriminalization Bill Passes — and the Issue Isn’t Going Away (12-07-2020)
- Investor Place - Aurora Cannabis Is Still on a Death March to Zero (09-09-2020)
- Newsweek - Una guerra científica contra la adicción a las drogas (08-30-2020)
- RAND Blog - Don't Entangle COVID-19 Relief with Cannabis Legalization (08-28-2020)
- Philadelphia Inquirer - Legalizing pot won't secure coronavirus relief for Pa. (08-28-2020)
- Bustle - Experts Explain What Happens In Your Body If You Smoke Weed Daily, Weekly, Or Monthly (08-18-2020)
- MSN - How the Pandemic Is Making the Opioid Crisis Worse (08-10-2020)
- Brookings - The opioid crisis in America: Domestic and international dimensions (06-22-2020)
- Broookings - New thinking and the latest evidence (06-22-2020)
- Gazeta Express - Legalizimi i kanabisit në Shqipëri, ekspertët amerikanë: Nuk sjell rritje ekonomike (05-26-2020)
- Policing Insight - Compulsory sobriety using testing tags will help cut crime (05-19-2020)
- The Times - Compulsory sobriety using testing tags will help cut crime (05-19-2020)
- Gizmodo - Can You Overdose On Weed? (04-30-2020)
- Investing.com - Where's Gold Headed? Forget the Fed For Now; Watch The Reopenings (04-29-2020)
- The COVID-19 Experience - Of a Professor Optimizing in Dynamic Optimization (04-28-2020)
- Government Executive - When Americans Go Back to Work, Things Won't Be the Same (04-27-2020)
- Futurity - When Americans go back to work, things won't be the same (04-21-2020)
- Vox - 4/20 in the age of coronavirus, explained (04-20-2020)
- The Hill - Marijuana lobby presses for coronavirus relief funds (04-15-2020)
- United Nations - Harnessing the power of data and analysis to tackle the drug problem (04-09-2020)
- The College Fix - Logistics professor calls out COVID-19 lockdowns against low-risk sectors, high-risk exemptions (04-03-2020)
- Politico - When Can America Reopen From Its Coronavirus Shutdown? (04-02-2020)
- The Reg Review - State-Level Marijuana Regulation (02-22-2020)
- UNODC - Harnessing the power of data and analysis to tackle the drug problem (02-08-2020)
- Daily Beast - Data Leak Shows Legal Weed Is a Privacy Nightmare Waiting to Happen (01-24-2020)
- New Yorker - The Trouble with Crime Statistics (01-09-2020)
- Vox - The rise in meth and cocaine overdoses, explained (01-09-2020)
- Philadelphia Magazine - Can Philly's Weed Queen Cut it in the World of Corporate Marijuana? (01-05-2020)
- Washington Post - Marijuana vaping by teens surges, federal data show (12-18-2019)
- Stranger - Pot Had Its Best Decade Ever (12-18-2019)
- Kaiser Health News - Surgeon General's Marijuana Warning Omits Crucial Context (11-15-2019)
- Vox - Capitalism is turning us into addicts (10-19-2019)
- AJC - Many farmers oppose Georgia’s strict hemp growing rules (09-25-2019)
- Leafly - Journey of a Tainted Vape Cartridge: From China’s Labs to Your Lungs (09-24-2019)
- Portland Mercury - The Little-Known Story of Marijuana Legalization (09-24-2019)
- Tribune Democrat - MEDICAL MARIJUANA | Mergers, massive companies inevitable, policy expert says (09-22-2019)
- CNN - Cannabis industry calls for legalization and regulation to snuff out underground vapes (09-13-2019)
- VICE - Is Weed for Fun or Medicine? The Government Might Finally Decide (09-06-2019)
- Medscape - Ten-Fold Rise in Deaths from Fentanyl, Other Synthetic Opioids (09-05-2019)
- PolitiFact - Does marijuana lead to violence? Experts say no (09-04-2019)
- Vox - 9 questions about marijuana legalization you were too embarrassed to ask (08-30-2019)
- RAND Review - U.S. Deaths Involving Synthetic Opioids Are Unprecedented; Policymakers Must Pursue Innovative Strategies to Reverse Tide (08-29-2019)
- Market Realist - Bernie versus Joe: Who Has a Better Marijuana Campaign? (08-23-2019)
- EurekAlert - Spending on illicit drugs in US nears $150 billion annually (08-20-2019)
- Scienmag - Spending on illicit drugs in US nears $150 billion annually (08-20-2019)
- VICE - Synthetic Drugs Will Change the Global Drug Trade Forever (08-19-2019)
- The Mind Unleashed - Creepy Joe Biden is Coming for It (08-06-2019)
- VICE - Joe Biden Is Coming for Your Legal Weed (08-05-2019)
- The Intercept - Remembering Mark Kleiman, a Relentlessly Thoughtful Scholar of Drug Policy (07-31-2019)
- Prospect - Remembering a Trailblazer in Criminal Justice Policy (07-24-2019)
- New York Times - Mark Kleiman, Who Fought to Lift Ban on Marijuana, Dies at 68 (07-24-2019)
- AP - Minnesota recreational pot push focuses on economic benefits (07-20-2019)
- Florida Times-Union Online, The - Sheriff's swagger loses luster: Clay County's once-promising top lawman is under scrutiny (06-29-2019)
- VICE - The Midwest Is About to Have a Weed Revolution (06-26-2019)
- PotNetwork - Sewer drug test proves Seattle uses more cannabis than Amsterdam (06-26-2019)
- Montgomery Advertiser Online - University of Alabama study may be key to winning war on drugs (06-21-2019)
- KING-TV - Puget Sound has 'highest cannabis use per capita' worldwide, wastewater study says (06-19-2019)
- Weedmap News - CBD Curbs Cravings and Anxiety of Heroin Addiction, Researchers Find (06-07-2019)
- Philadelphia Inquirer - Big marijuana firms are 'rolling up' local dispensaries and growers, skirting Pennsylvania's laws (06-04-2019)
- WRVO - Legal pot debate ignores complex nature of issue, expert argues (05-26-2019)
- Forbes - Illinois Can Be The Next Adult-Legal Cannabis State If It Can Learn From Its Medical Program (05-21-2019)
- State Journal-Register Online, The - Letter: Legalizing marijuana for profit bad for public health (05-21-2019)
- PolitiFact - Cassidy puffs up what stats say about teen marijuana use (05-12-2019)
- Marijuana - TSA Check: 'We're Cool' And We're Not Looking For Your Weed (05-05-2019)
- Penn Capital Star - As legal pot efforts take hold across the country, opponents organize in Pennsylvania (04-22-2019)
- Vox - 4/20, the marijuana holiday, explained (04-19-2019)
- The Stranger - The Untold Story of Marijuana Legalization (04-15-2019)
- Vox - Trump is blaming Mexico for the US's drug problem. He should blame a failed war on drugs. (04-05-2019)
- FOX News - Lawmakers push to allow banks to work with marijuana companies (03-26-2019)
- PolitiFact - Did marijuana use in Colorado spike after legalization? (03-25-2019)
- NBC - Daily use of high potency marijuana linked to higher rates of psychosis, study finds (03-19-2019)
- New York Times - Legalizing Marijuana, With a Focus on Social Justice, Unites 2020 Democrats (03-17-2019)
- Newsmax - NY Times: Dems Score Minority, Millennial Votes on Pot Push (03-17-2019)
- FOX News - Don't be fooled - Marijuana legalization is not about advancing social justice (03-14-2019)
- National Review - Marijuana, Mental Illness, and Violence: What We Really Know (03-07-2019)
- Reader's Digest - Could Britain legalise cannabis? (03-07-2019)
- Roll Call - Anti-legalization group releases first pot lobby tracker (01-22-2019)
- Vox - What Alex Berenson’s new book gets wrong about marijuana, psychosis, and violence (01-14-2019)
- Washington Post - He was a small-time heroin dealer in Virginia. Four women he dated have fatally overdosed. (01-11-2019)
- The Fix - States Struggle To Address Issue Of Driving While High On Cannabis (01-09-2019)
- Philly.com - For racial justice, legalized marijuana must be taxed correctly (01-04-2019)
- NBC News - The year in pot: States embrace legalization, but questions persist (12-31-2018)
- FiveThirtyEight - Legal Weed Isn’t The Boon Small Businesses Thought It Would Be (12-29-2018)
- Daily Beast - How High Is Too High to Drive? (12-27-2018)
- New York Times - Leagalized Pot Isn't Going to Save Us (12-21-2018)
- Vice - Legalizing Weed Has Become a Race Between Lame Dads (12-19-2018)
- Fox News.com - First Step Act criminal justice reform expected to become law – Here’s why it’s needed and long overdue (12-19-2018)
- Philly.com - A cannabis futurist foresees dirt-cheap weed, THC appetizers, and a big impact from Canada (12-12-2018)
- Bloomberg - New Jersey Is Trying to Figure Out How to Tax Weed (12-07-2018)
- WESA Radio - Report: It's Time To Start Clinical Trials On Medical-Grade Heroin Treatment (12-06-2018)
- Vox - In 90-second clip, Fox & Friends pushes string of misleading claims about marijuana (12-03-2018)
- Salon - Big Marijuana vs. craft weed: Will cannabis conglomerates ruin small family farms? (11-25-2018)
- Forbes - Is Marijuana Legalization Economic Salvation Or Hype? (11-25-2018)
- Fresh Toast - Cheap Marijuana: Good For You, Bad For States (11-21-2018)
- Ganjapreneur - Except in California, Falling Cannabis Prices Mean Falling Tax Revenue (11-19-2018)
- Washington Post - Marijuana is getting cheaper. For some states, that’s a problem. (11-16-2018)
- NBC News - Chronic pot use may have serious effects on the brain, experts say (11-11-2018)
- Inquisitr - Marijuana Use May Have Serious Effects On The Brain, According To Experts (11-11-2018)
- Vox - Marijuana is now for sale (legally) in Canada (10-17-2018)
- Vox - The Ohio governor’s race shows the opioid epidemic is invigorating a new war on drugs (10-16-2018)
- Vox - Why you shouldn’t dismiss the risk of marijuana addiction (08-20-2018)
- Media Post - Molson Coors Canada, Hexo Rolling Joint Cannabis Drink Company (08-02-2018)
- Daily Press - Federal law creates conundrum for medical pot, gun ownership (07-10-2018)
- The Fix - Fentanyl Could Uproot Traditional Drug Trade (05-24-2018)
- Washington Post - How fentanyl could alter global drug policy (05-22-2018)
- Daily Caller - DEA Knowingly Let Admitted Addicts, Dealers Prescribe Drugs (05-07-2018)
- Herb - This app connects thousands of weed smokers with black market dealers (04-26-2018)
- BrewBound - Beer Distributors Discuss the Future of the Beer Industry at NBWA Legislative Conference (04-25-2018)
- Las Vegas Sun - U.S. exporting its opioid crisis (04-22-2018)
- Vox - How to prevent casual pot smokers from slipping into abuse and dependence (04-20-2018)
- Dallas Observer - Hey, Texas, It's 4/20! Whoopee Effin' Doo (04-20-2018)
- The Atlantic - Is It Too Late to Stop the Rise of Marijuana, Inc.? (04-19-2018)
- Civilized - Marijuana Incarceration Rates May Not Be As High As Advertised (04-16-2018)
- Merry Jane - Is New Mexico Too "Poor" to Legalize Weed? (04-12-2018)
- FactCheck.org - Q&A: The Death Penalty for Drug Trafficking? (04-05-2018)
- Bloomberg - These Are the World’s Cheapest Places for Drugs, Booze and Cigarettes (04-03-2018)
- Rolling Stone - Inside America's Only Government-Run Pot Dispensary (03-31-2018)
- Crime Report - Overhaul of Crime Stats Should Include Data Theft, Toxic Spills: Expert Panel (03-21-2018)
- National Review - Against a Weed Industry (03-15-2018)
- Desert News - Legalizing pot: How Utah fits into the nationwide debate (03-11-2018)
- Pew - More Imprisonment Does Not Reduce State Drug Problems (03-08-2018)
- Lost Coast Outpost - California Has Already Issued More than 2,000 Cannabis Cultivation Licenses. Are Growers Being Set Up to Fail? (03-07-2018)
- The Hill - Drugs should not be in the hands of organized crime (02-25-2018)
- National Affairs - Taking On the Scourge of Opioids (02-15-2018)
- Marijuana.com - Former Head of the NRA Calls for Gun Reform for Medical Marijuana Patients (02-12-2018)
- The Hill - Drug dealers among us: Look for those wearing lab coats or pinstripe suits (02-06-2018)
- Pitt News - Editorial: Supervised sites won’t solve PA’s heroin problem (01-30-2018)
- AP - Philadelphia's Safe Injection Site Plans Spark Questions (01-28-2018)
- News Tribune - Still mellow but ready to fight. That’s the state of Washington’s pot industry (01-19-2018)
- The Hill - With opioids, death is a symptom and unity is the cure (01-02-2018)
- Tech Times - Doctors Claim Pediatric Death Is Not Due To Marijuana Overdose (11-19-2017)
- MG Retailer - Misleading Headlines Circulate on Supposed Child Marijuana “Overdose” (11-17-2017)
- Washington Post - The truth behind the ‘first marijuana overdose death’ headlines (11-17-2017)
- Click Lancashire - First Ever Marijuana Overdose Death Kills 11-Month-Old Baby, Doctors Say (11-17-2017)
- GK Men - Baby boy is first marijuana overdose death, doctors claim (11-17-2017)
- Pulse - Doctors say this kid didn’t die due to marijuana (11-17-2017)
- Crime Online - Baby dies after possible marijuana overdose (11-17-2017)
- Law and Liberty - Psychoactive Drugs in Light of Libertarian Principles (11-07-2017)
- AP - Opioid epidemic shares chilling similarities with the past (10-29-2017)
- Edmonton Journal - Consider options before deciding who produces cannabis: U.S. researcher (10-29-2017)
- Newsweek - OPIOID CRISIS: WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO DECLARE A NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY? (10-26-2017)
- 1843 Magazine - The extraordinary silliness of American college grading (10-20-2017)
- Indianapolis Star - Indianapolis to sue opioid manufacturers, distributors: 'Opioids are killing Hoosiers' (10-05-2017)
- Live Science - Opioid Crisis Has Frightening Parallels to Drug Epidemic of Late 1800s (09-29-2017)
- Oakland Press - Teen marijuana use falls to 20-year low, defying predictions (09-28-2017)
- TheFix - More Americans Are Using Pot On A Daily Basis (09-12-2017)
- Washington Post - Here’s one marijuana trend you should actually be worried about (09-11-2017)
- Merry Jane - The Price of Marijuana Is Steadily Dropping in Canna-Legal States (09-07-2017)
- VICE - Recreational Weed Shouldn’t Be Legalized (08-08-2017)
- AP**391 total - Report reveals underground US haven for heroin, drug users (08-07-2017)
- San Diego Union Tribune - Opioid addiction: health providers target top reason for painkiller abuse (07-24-2017)
- San Diego Union-Tribune - Opioid addiction: health providers target top reason for painkiller abuse (07-24-2017)
- Florida Times-Union**5 total - Should drug dealers face murder charges for overdoses? State Attorney Melissa Nelson thinks so (07-16-2017)
- AP **258 total - Canada expands safe injection sites as overdose deaths rise (07-06-2017)
- eNews Park Forest - Major Criminal Justice Reform Groups Announce Opposition to Bill on Sentencing and Synthetic Drugs (06-26-2017)
- National Affairs - A Principled Approach to Taxing Marijuana (06-22-2017)
- Daily NonPareil - Congress considering a bill that would expand Sessions’ power in war on drugs (06-17-2017)
- Watertown Daily Times - Bill would expand AG’s power in war on drugs (06-17-2017)
- Salt Lake Tribune - Congress is considering a bill that would expand Jeff Sessions’ power to escalate the war on drugs (06-17-2017)
- Providence Journal - Federal bill would expand AG’s power to regulate drugs (06-16-2017)
- The Cannabist - Congress is considering a bill that would expand Jeff Sessions’s power to escalate the war on drugs (06-16-2017)
- Reading Eagle - Congress is considering a bill that would expand Jeff Sessions’s power to escalate the war on drugs (06-16-2017)
- Washington Post - Congress is considering a bill that would expand Jeff Sessions’s power to escalate the war on drugs (06-16-2017)
- Standard Examiner - Congress is considering a bill that would expand Jeff Sessions’s power to escalate the war on drugs (06-16-2017)
- Pacific Standard - HOW SUPERVISED INJECTION SITES CAN SAVE CITIES MONEY (06-06-2017)
- Florida Times Union - Clay County announces murder and manslaughter arrests in death of 18-year-old woman who overdosed (05-23-2017)
- National Council - Marijuana Legalization is a Process and We Haven’t Reached the Midway Point (05-12-2017)
- ATTC Blog - Marijuana Legalization is a Process and We Haven't Reached the Midway Point (05-11-2017)
- Market Intelligence Center - The serious investors guide to whacky tobaccy: It’s always 420 somewhere (04-24-2017)
- LA Weekly - How Federal Pressure Is Affecting L.A.'s Cannabis Industry (04-10-2017)
- All Bud - What’s the next state in line for change? (04-02-2017)
- Newsmax - False Narrative of Pot Legalization Ignores Real Hazards (03-22-2017)
- The Cannabist - Federal marijuana law enforcement: What you need to know (03-07-2017)
- AL.com - Proposed bills would crack down on fentanyl and heroin (02-17-2017)
- Foreign Affairs - High Stakes (02-14-2017)
- The Tartan - Carnegie Mellon responds to Trump's immigrant ban (02-12-2017)
- The Crime Report - Trump Vows ‘Ruthless’ Antidrug Fight; Experts Dubious (02-11-2017)
- Washington Post - In Trump’s ‘ruthless’ vow, experts see a return to the days of the drug war (02-10-2017)
- True Viral News - As Price Plummets to Historic Low, Marijuana Entrepreneurs Need to ‘Pivot, or Die' (01-23-2017)
- Ganjapreneur - Colorado Wholesale Cannabis Price-Per-Pound Has Dropped 25 percent (01-20-2017)
- Inc. - As Price Plummets to Historic Low, Marijuana Entrepreneurs Need to 'Pivot, or Die' (01-19-2017)
- KPCC - What Jeff Sessions means for California's legal marijuana industry (01-13-2017)
- Huffington Post - Fentanyl Overdoses Are Rising And Science Can’t Keep Up (01-09-2017)
- City Watch - Fentanyl Overdoses Are Rising And Science Can’t Keep Up (01-09-2017)
- KCRW - The Future of Hemp in California (01-09-2017)
- University Professor, Carnegie Mellon, 2016
- National Academy of Engineering, 2015
- Omega Rho Lecturer, INFORMS, 2014
- Barash Lecturer, Purdue University, 2012
- Plenary speaker, EURO, 2012
- British Medical Association, Best Public Health Book of the Year (co-author), 2010
- INFORMS President’s Award, 2010
- INFORMS Fellow, 2010
- H. Guyford Stever Chair of Operations Research, 2010
- IFORS Distinguished Lecturerat APORS, 2009
- National Academy of Engineering’s Frontiers of Engineering, 2008
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Investigator Award, 2006
- INFORMS Plenary speaker at ORPA-1 Conference in Ouagadougou, 2005
- Marschak Colloquium at UCLA, 2001
- Pittsburgh’s Forty Under Forty Award, 2000
- David N. Kershaw Award, Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management, 1999
- Carnegie Mellon University Heinz School Martcia Wade Teaching Award, 1999
- National Young Investigator, 1993 – 1999
- NSF Graduate Fellowship, 1987-1990
- Tau Beta Pi, Mortar Board National Honor Society, National Merit Scholar, 1983-1987
- Langsdorf Fellowship, Washington University, 1983-1987
Pardo, Bryce, Jirka Taylor, Jonathan P. Caulkins, Beau Kilmer, Peter Reuter, Bradley D. Stein. (2019). The Future of Fentanyl and Other Synthetic Opioids. RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Babor, Thomas, Jonathan Caulkins, Benedikt Fischer, David Foxcroft, Keith Humphreys, Maria Elena Medina-Mora, Isidore Obot, Jurgen Rehm, Peter Reuter, Robin Room, Ingeborg Rossow, and John Strang. 2018. Drug Policy and the Public Good, 2nd Edition. Oxford University Press.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Beau Kilmer and Mark A.R. Kleiman (2016). Marijuana Legalization: What Everyone Needs to Know, 2nd Edition. Oxford University Press.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Beau Kilmer, Mark A. R. Kleiman, Robert J. MacCoun, Gregory Midgette, Pat Oglesby, Rosalie Liccardo Pacula, and Peter H. Reuter (2015). Considering Marijuana Legalization: Insights for Vermont and Other Jurisdictions, Santa Monica, Calif.: RAND Corporation, RR-864. http://www.rand.org/pubs/research_reports/RR864.html.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Angela Hawken, Beau Kilmer and Mark A.R. Kleiman (2012). Marijuana Legalization: What Everyone Needs to Know. Oxford University Press.
Kleiman, Mark A.R., Jonathan P. Caulkins, and Angela Hawken (2011). Drugs and Drug Policy: What Everyone Needs to Know. Oxford University Press. Spanish translation published in (2014) as Drogas Y Políticas Sobre Drogas: Lo Que Todo El Mundo Necesita Saber. University de Los Andes.
Babor, Thomas, Jonathan Caulkins, Griffith Edwards, David Foxcroft, Keith Humphreys, Maria Medina Mora, Isidore Obot, Jurgen Rehm, Peter Reuter, Robin Room, Ingeborg Rossow, and John Strang. 2010. Drug Policy and the Public Good. Oxford University Press.
Grass, Dieter, Jonathan P. Caulkins, Gustav Feichtinger, Gernot Tragler, and Doris Behrens. 2008. Optimal Control of Nonlinear Processes: With Applications in Drugs, Corruption, and Terror. Springer.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Rosalie Pacula, Susan Paddock, and James Chiesa. 2002. School-Based Drug Prevention: What Kind of Drug Use Does it Prevent? RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Jay Cole, Melissa Hardoby, and Donna Keyser. 2002. Intelligent Giving: Insights and Strategies for Higher Education Donors. RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Gill, Brian P., Jake Dembosky, Caulkins, and Jonathan P. 2002. A “Noble Bet” in Early Childcare and Education: Lessons from One Community’s Experience. RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., C. Peter Rydell, Susan S. Everingham, James Chiesa, and Shawn Bushway. 1999. An Ounce of Prevention, a Pound of Uncertainty: The Cost-Effectiveness of School-Based Drug Prevention Program, RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., C. Peter Rydell, William L. Schwabe, and James Chiesa. 1997. Mandatory Minimum Drug Sentences: Throwing Away the Key or the Taxpayers’ Money? RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Keith Humphreys (2020). Preventing opioid misuse and addiction: New thinking and the latest evidence. In: The opioid crisis in America: Domestic and international dimensions.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Anna Kasunic, and Michael A.C. Lee (2019). Estimating the Societal Burden of Substance Abuse: Advantages and Limitations of Current Methodologies. In: Substance Use Disorders in Adolescents and Young Adults: A Manual for Pediatric and Primary Care Clinicians. Second Edition. Eds: DE Greydanus, G Kaplan, D Patel, J Merrick. NY: Nova Science Publishers, chapter 19, pp.331-346.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Anna Kasunic, Mark A.R. Kleiman, and Michael A.C. Lee (2019). The Pros and Cons of Legalization. In: Substance Use Disorders in Adolescents and Young Adults: A Manual for Pediatric and Primary Care Clinicians. Second Edition. Eds: DE Greydanus, G Kaplan, D Patel, J Merrick. NY: Nova Science Publishers, chapter 20, pp.347-364.
Kilmer, Beau, Jonathan P. Caulkins, Robert L. DuPont, and Keith Humphreys. 2017. A large and promising opportunity: Reducing substance use in criminal justice populations. In: S.C. Miller, D.A. Fiellin, R. N. Rosenthal, & R. Saitz (Eds.) The ASAM Principles of Addiction Medicine (6th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkinds.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Peter Reuter. 2017. Dealing with Drugs More Effectively and Humanely. In Crime and Justice – Reinventing the Criminal Justice System, ed. Daniel Nagin and Michael Tonry. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 46(1):95-158.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2016. Legalizing drugs prudently: The importance of incentives and values. In After the Drug Wars: Report of the LSE Expert Group on the Economics of Drug Policy, edited by John Collins and Alexander Soderholm: LSE IDEAS (http://www.lse.ac.uk/IDEAS/publications/reports/pdf/LSE-IDEAS-After-the-Drug-Wars.pdf), pp.40-46 & 49-50.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Gernot Tragler. 2016. Dynamic drug policy: Optimally varying the mix of treatment, price-raising enforcement, and primary prevention over time. Dynamic Perspectives on Managerial Decision Making. Springer International Publishing, 2016. 11-35.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2015. Systems modeling to inform drug policy: A Personal Odyssey. In Envisioning Criminology, eds. Michael D. Maltz and Stephen K. Rice (New York: Springer), pp.213-226.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Nancy Nicosia, and Rosalie Liccardo Pacula (2014), Economic Analysis and Policy Studies: Special Challenges in the Prevention Sciences. Chapter 25 in Defining Prevention Science, eds. Zili Sloboda and Hanno Petras (New York: Springer), pp.571-596. DOI 10.1007/978-1-4899-7424-2_25.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. (2014). Effects of Prohibition, Enforcement, and Interdiction on Drug Use. In The Economics of International Drug Policy, ed. John Collins (London: LSE IDEAS Special Report), pp.16-25.
Kleiman, Mark A.R., Jonathan P. Caulkins, Tom Jacobson, and Brad Rowe (2014). Violence and Drug Control Policy. Chapter 42 in Oxford Textbook of Violence Prevention: Epidemiology, Evidence, and Policy, eds. Catherine Ward and Peter Donnelly, pp.297-302.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Beau Kilmer (2014). Criminal Justice Costs of Prohibiting Marijuana in California. In Something’s in the Air: Race and the Legalization of Marijuana, eds. Katherine Tate, James Lance Taylor, and Mark Q. Sawyer. Routledge, New York, pp.13-30.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Eric Sevigny (2013). The U.S. Causes but Cannot Solve Mexico’s Drug Problems. In A War that Can’t Be Won, eds. Tony Payan, Kathleen Staudt, and Z. Anthony Kruszewski. University of Arizona Press, pp.285-310.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Anna Kasunic, and Michael A.C. Lee (2013). Estimating the Societal Burden of Substance Abuse: Advantages and Limitations of Current Methodologies. In Substance Abuse in Adolescents and Young Adults: A Critical Conundrum for Society, eds. Donald E. Greydanus, Gabriel Kaplan, Dilip Patel, and Joav Merrick, pp. 345-364. Reprinted as Societal burden of substance abuse, in International Public Health Journal 2014;6(3):269-282 and in the Public Health Yearbook, 2014, ed. Joav Merrick, pp.305-324.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Anna Kasunic, Mark A.R. Kleiman, and Michael A.C. Lee (2013). The Pros and Cons of Legalization. In Substance Abuse in Adolescents and Young Adults: A Critical Conundrum for Society, eds. Donald E. Greydanus, Gabriel Kaplan, Dilip Patel, and Joav Merrick, pp.365-380. Reprinted as Understanding drug legalization, in International Public Health Journal 2014;6(3):283-294 and in the Public Health Yearbook, 2014, ed. Joav Merrick, pp.325-340.
Lievens, Delfine, Freya Vander Laenen, Jonathan Caulkins, and Brice De Ruyer. Drugs in Figures III: Study of Public Expenditures on Drug Control and Drug Problems. (2012). In European Criminal Justice and Policy, eds. Marc Cools, Brice De Ruyer, Marleen Easton, Lieven Pauwels, Paul Ponsaers, Gudrun Vande Walle, Tom Vander Beken, Freya Vander Laenen, Antoinette Verhage, Gert Vermeulen, and Gerwinde Vynckier. Maklu Publishers, pp.41-64.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Mark A.R. Kleiman (2011). Drugs and Crime. In Oxford Handbook of Crime and Criminal Justice, ed. Michael Tonry. Oxford University Press, New York, pp.275-320.
Boyum, David, Jonathan P. Caulkins, and Mark A.R. Kleiman (2011). Drugs, Crime, and Public Policy. In Crime and Public Policy, eds. James Q. Wilson and Joan Petersilia. Oxford University Press, pp.368-410.
Reuter, Peter H. and Jonathan P. Caulkins (2011). Purity, Price, and Production: Are Drug Markets Different? In Illicit Trade and Globalization, ed. Paul De Grauwe. MIT Press.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Peter Reuter (2010). How Drug Enforcement Affects Drug Prices. In Crime and Justice – A Review of Research, vol. 39, ed. Michael Tonry. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp.213-272.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Vasundhara Garg, and Victor Pontines (2010) Benefits of Including an Asian Currency Unit (ACU) in an Optimized World Currency Basket. In Global Operations Management, Lee R. Hockley (Ed.), Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp.73-84.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Rosalie Liccardo Pacula. 2010. Drug Policy Research. In Addiction Research Methods, Peter G. Miller, John Strang, and Peter M. Miller (Eds.), Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, pp.355-371.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Erica Layne Morrison, and Timothy Weidemann (2009) Do Spreadsheet Errors Lead to Bad Decisions? Perspectives of Executives and Senior Managers. In Evolutionary Concepts in End User Productivity and Performance: Applications for Organizational Progress Volume of the Advances in End User Computing Series, Steve Clarke (Ed.), Idea Group Incorporated, Hershey, PA, pp.44-62.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2009. “Illicit Substance Abuse and Addiction,” Chapter 6 in David L. Weimer and Aidan R. Vining (eds.) Investing in the Disadvantaged: Assessing the Benefits and Costs of Social Policies, Georgetown University Press, pp.83-102.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Mark A.R. Kleiman (2008) “Drugs and Drug Policies in the United States,” In Peter H. Schuck and James Q. Wilson (eds.) Understanding America: The Institutions and Policies that Shape America and the World, Public Affairs Publishing, New York, pp.563-593.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2007. OR and the Drug War: Tales from the Trenches. MIT ORC 50th Anniversary Symposium, Ingrid Larson (ed.). INFORMS Press, pp.73-78.
Behrens, Doris A., Jonathan P. Caulkins, Gustav Feichtinger, and Gernot Tragler. (2007). “Incentive Stackelberg Strategies for a Dynamic Game on Terrorism.” In: S. Jorgensen, M. Quincampoix, T.L. Vincent (eds.), Advances in Dynamic Game Theory and Application – Numerical Methods, Algorithms, and Applications to Ecology and Economics, Series: Annals of the International Society of Dynamic Games, Vol 9. Birkhauser.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2005. “Models Pertaining to How Drug Policy Should Vary Over the Course of an Epidemic Cycle.” In Bjorn Lindgren and Michael Grossman (eds.) Substance Use: Individual Behavior, Social Interactions, Markets, and Politics, Advances in Health Economics and Health Services Research, Volume 16. Amsterdam, Elsevier, pp.407-439.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2005. “Investing for Cost-Effectiveness in the Face of Uncertainty: Applying Financial Portfolio Optimization to Prevention Programming.” In Tim Stockwell, Paul Gruenewald, John Toumbourou, and Wendy Loxley (eds.) Preventing Harmful Substance Abuse: The Evidence Base for Polcy and Practice. Wiley, Chichester, West Sussex, England, pp.401-413.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Robert MacCoun. 2005. “Analyzing Illicit Drug Markets When Dealers Act with Limited Rationality.” In Francesco Parisi and Vernon L. Smith (eds.) The Law and Economics of Irrational Behavior, Standard University Press, Stanford, CA, pp.315-338.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2004. “Drug Policy: Insights from Mathematical Analysis.” In Brandeau, M.L., Sainfort, F., and Pierskalla W.P. (eds.) Operations Research and Healthcare: A Handbook of Methods and Applications, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, pp.297-332.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Mark A.R. Kleiman, and Peter Reuter. 2003. “Counterterror and Counterdrug Policies: Comparisons and Contrasts.” In Arnold Howitt and Robyn Pangi (eds.) Preparing for Domestic Terrorism, MIT Press.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Philip Heymann. 2001. “How Should Low-Level Drug Dealers Be Punished?” In Philip B. Heymann and William N. Brownsberger (eds.) Drug Addiction and Drug Policy: The Struggle to Control Dependence, pp.206-238, Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2000. “The Evolution of Drug Initiation: From Social Networks to Public Markets.” In E.J. Dockner, R.F. Hartl, M. Luptacik, and G. Sorger (eds.) Optimization, Dynamics, and Economic Analysis, pp.353-367. Heidelberg: Physica-Verlag.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2000. “Measurement and Analysis of Drug Problems and Drug Control Efforts.” In David Duffee, David McDowall, Lorraine Green Mazerolle, and Stephen D. Mastrofski (eds.) Criminal Justice 2000: Volume 4, Measurement and Analysis of Crime and Justice, pp.391-449. Washington, DC: USGPO.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1998. “The Cost-Effectiveness of Civil Remedies: The Case of Drug Control Interventions.” Crime Prevention Studies, Lorraine Green Mazerolle and Janice Roehl (eds.), Vol. 9, pp.219-237.
MacCoun, Robert J. and Jonathan P. Caulkins. 1996. “Examining the Behavioral Assumptions of the National Drug Control Strategy.” In W.K. Bickel and R.J. DeGrandpre (eds.) Drug Policy and Human Nature: Psychological Perspectives on the Prevention, Management, and Treatment of Illicit Drug Use. pp.177-197. New York: Plenum Press.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Patrick D. Larkey. 1994. “Meritocracy in Government Personnel Systems.” In Research in Public Administration, Vol. 3, pp.315-338.
Midgette, Greg, Steven Davenport, Jonathan P. Caulkins, and Beau Kilmer (2019). What America’s Users Spend on Illegal Drugs, 2006-2016. RAND RR-3140, Santa Monica, CA.
Kilmer, Beau, Steve Davenport, Rosanna Smart, Jonathan Caulkins, and Greg Midgette (2019). After the Grand Opening: Assessing Cannabis Supply and Demand in Washington State. RAND RR-3138-WALCB, Santa Monica, CA.
Kilmer, Beau, Jirka Taylor, Jonathan P. Caulkins, Pam Mueller, Alison J. Ober, Bryce Pardo, Rosanna Smart, Lucy Strang, and Peter H. Reuter (2018). Considering Heroin-Assisted Treatment and Supervised Drug Consumption Sites in the United States. RAND RR-2693-RC, Santa Monica, CA.
Pardo, Bryce, Jonathan P. Caulkins, and Beau Kilmer (2018). Assessing the Evidence on Supervised Consumption Sites. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation WR-1261-RC.
Ober, Alison, Jirka Taylor, Martin Y. Iguchi, and Jonathan P. Caulkins (2018). Acceptability of Heroin-Assisted Treatment and Supervised Drug Consumption Sites to Address the Opioid Crisis in the United States. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation WR-1260-RC.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Beau Kilmer, Mark A.R. Kleiman, Robert J. MacCoun, Gregory Midgette, Pat Oglesby, Rosalie Liccardo Pacula, and Peter H. Reuter. 2015. Options and Issues Regarding Marijuana Legalization. Santa Monica, Calif.: RAND Corporation, PE 149. http://www.rand.org/pubs/perspectives/PE149.html.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Kilmer, Beau, Mark A.R. Kleiman, Robert J. MacCoun, Gregory Midgette, Pat Oglesby, Rosalie Liccardo Pacula, Peter H. Reuter (2015). The Marijuana Legalization Debate: Insights for Vermont. RAND RB-9825, Santa Monica, CA.
Kilmer, Beau, Susan S. Everingham, Jonathan P. Caulkins, Greg Midgette, Rosalie Liccardo Pacula, Peter H. Reuter, Rachel M. Burns, Bing Han, and Russell Lundberg (2014). What America’s Users Spend on Illicit Drugs: 2000-2010. RAND RR-534-ONDCP, Santa Monica, CA.
Kilmer, Beau, Kristy Kruithof, Mafalda Pardal, Jonathan P. Caulkins, and Jennifer Rubin (2013). Multinational Review of Cannabis Production Regimes. RAND Europe, Cambridge, UK. Available at http://www.rand.org/content/dam/rand/pubs/research_reports/RR500/RR510/RAND_RR510.pdf.
Kilmer, Beau, Jonathan P. Caulkins, Greg Midgette, Linden Dahlkemper, Robert J. MacCoun, and Rosalie Liccardo Pacula (2013). Before the Grand Opening: Measuring Washington State’s Marijuana Market in the Last Year Before Legalized Commercial Sales. RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Kilmer, Beau, Jonathan P. Caulkins, Rosalie Liccardo Pacula, and Peter Reuter (2012). The U.S. Drug Policy Landscape: Insights and Opportunities for Improving the View. RAND OP-393, Santa Monica, CA.
Kilmer, Beau, Jonathan P. Caulkins, Brittany M. Bond, and Peter Reuter (2010). Reducing Drug Trafficking Revenues and Violence in Mexico: Would Legalizing Marijuana in California Help? RAND OP-325-RC, Santa Monica, CA.
Kilmer, Beau, Jonathan P. Caulkins, Rosalie Liccardo Pacula, Robert MacCoun, Peter Reuter (2010). Altered State? Assessing how marijuana legalization in California could influence marijuana consumption and public budgets. RAND OP-315-RC, Santa Monica, CA.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Eric Morris, and Rhajiv Ratnatunga (2010). Smuggling and Excise Tax Evasion for Legal Marijuana. RAND WR-766-RC, Santa Monica, CA, http://www.rand.org/pubs/working_papers/2010/RAND_WR764.pdf.
Bond, Brittany M. and Jonathan P. Caulkins (2010). Potential for Legal Marijuana Sales in California to Supply Rest of U.S. RAND WR-765-RC, Santa Monica, CA, http://www.rand.org/pubs/working_papers/2010/RAND_WR764.pdf.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. (2010). Estimated Cost of Production for Legal Cannabis. RAND WR-764-RC, Santa Monica, CA, http://www.rand.org/pubs/working_papers/2010/RAND_WR764.pdf.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. (2010). Cost of Marijuana Prohibition on the California Criminal Justice System. RAND WR-763-RC, Santa Monica, CA, http://www.rand.org/pubs/working_papers/2010/RAND_WR763.pdf.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Sudha S. Rajderkar, and Shruti Vasudev. 2010. Creating Price Series without Price Data: Harnessing the Power of Forensic Data. Appendix A in B. Kilmer and S. Hoorens (Eds.) RAND TR-755-EC Understanding Illicit Drug Markets, Supply Reduction Efforts, and Drug-Related Crime in the European Union (pp.165-196). Cambridge U.K.: RAND.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Martin Iguchi, Peter H. Reuter, and James Chiesa. 2005. Assessing U.S. Drug Problems and Policy: A Synthesis of the Evidence to Date. OP-121. RAND, Santa Monica, CA. Summarized as Research Brief RB-9110-DPRC (2005).
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Rosalie Liccardo Pacula, Jeremy Arkes, Peter Reuter, Susan Paddock, Martin Iguchi, and Jack Riley. 2004. The Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: 1981 Through the Second Quarter of 2003. Report prepared by RAND and published by the Office of National Drug Control Policy as Publication # NCJ 207768, November.
Arkes, Jeremy, Rosalie Liccardo Pacula, Susan Paddock, Jonathan P. Caulkins, and Peter Reuter. 2004. Technical Report for the Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs Through 2003. Report prepared by RAND and published by the Office of National Drug Control Policy as Publication # NCJ 207769, November.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Martin Iguchi, Peter H. Reuter, and James Chiesa. 2003. Drug Use and Drug Policy Futures: Insights from a Colloquium. IP-246. RAND, Santa Monica, CA. Reprinted in Foresight.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Peter W. Greenwood, James Chiesa, Amanda Geller, and Jeanne Ringel. Forthcoming. Lessons from Uncertainty: Assembling Crime Prevention Strategies from Cost-Effectiveness Estimates. DRR-2597-WTGF. RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Karoly, Lynn A., M. Rebecca Kilburn, James H. Bigelow, Jonathan P. Caulkins, and Jill Cannon. 2000. Assessing Costs and Benefits of Early Childhood Intervention Programs: Overview and Application to the Starting Early Starting Smart Program. MR-1336-CFP. RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Anderson, Robert H., P.S. Anton, Steven C. Bankes, Tora K. Bikson, Jonathan P. Caulkins, Peter J. Denning, James A. Dewar, Richard O. Hundley, C.R. Neu. 2000. The Global Course of the Information Revolution, Technological Trends: Proceedings of an International Conference. CF-157-NIC. RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. with James Chiesa and Susan S. Everingham. 2000. Response to the National Research Council’s Assessment of RAND’s Controlling Cocaine Study MR-1265, RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2000. Should the U.S. Direct More Law Enforcement Effort at XTC? CT-171, statement submitted to Subcommittee on Crime of the House Committee on the Judiciary, June 15th, 2000, RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Susan S. Everingham, Rosalie Liccardo Pacula. 1999. Modifications to ADAM That Would Enhance Its Capacity to Inform Policy Modeling and Analysis. PM-903-NIJ, RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Schwabe, W., C.P. Rydell, J. Caulkins, P.W. Greenwood, A. Flanagan, M. Mack, and D.A. Shlapak. “Social Policy Game Supporting the Neighborhood and Family Initiative. PM-531-DPRC, RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1994. Developing Price Series for Cocaine. MR-317-DPRC, RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Nora Fitzgerald, Karyn Model, and H. Lamar Willis. 1994. “Youth Drug Prevention Through Community Outreach: The Military's Pilot Programs,” MR-536-OSD, RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Greenwood, Peter W., C. Peter Rydell, Allan F. Abrahamse, Jonathan P. Caulkins, James Chiesa, Karyn E. Model, and Stephen P. Klein. 1994. “Three Strikes and You're Out: Estimated Benefits and Costs of California's New Mandatory Sentencing Law,” MR-509-RC, RAND, Santa Monica, CA. Reprinted as “Estimated Benefits and Costs of California’s New Mandatory-Sentencing Law,” Chapter 3 in Three Strikes and You’re Out: Vengeance as Public Policy, David Shichor and Dale K. Sechrest (eds.), pp.53-90, Sage Publications Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA, 1996.
Retuer, Peter, and Jonathan Caulkins. 1993. “ONDCP’s First Four Years as a Policy Agency,” statement submitted to the House Committee on Government Operations, October 5th, 1993, RAND, Santa Monica, CA.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. (2020). With a little ingenuity, we can reopen much of the economy right now. Politico, April 2nd, https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2020/04/02/coronavirus-economy-reopen-deaths-balance-analysis-159248#5.
Caulkins Jonathan P, Kammer-Kerwick Matt, Konrad Renata, Maass Kayse Lee, Martin Lauren, Sharkey Thomas. (2019). A Call to the Engineering Community to Address Human Trafficking. The Bridge, 49(3): 67-73.
Humphreys, Keith, Jonathan P. Caulkins, Vanda Felbab-Brown. (2020). What the US and Canada can learn from other countries to combat the opioid crisis. Brookings Institution Order from Chaos series, advailable at https://www.brookings.edu/blog/order-from-chaos/2020/01/13/what-the-us-and-canada-can-learn-from-other-countries-to-combat-the-opioid-crisis/.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Kyle Furlong, Brandon McComas, Martha Nogueira Domingues, Aatir Siddique, and Beau Kilmer. (forthcoming). Comparing Two Approaches for Estimating Cannabis Consumption: Raking and Regression. Published in: European Web Surveys on Drugs: Patterns of Use.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. (2019). Cannabis funding and healthy paranoia. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 80(2): 261-262.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2018. In praise of flawed treaties. Addiction, 113(7):1224-1225.
Felbab-Brown, Vanda, Jonathan P. Caulkins, and Keith Humphreys. (2018). How synthetic opioids can radically change global illegal drug markets and foreign policy. Brookings Institution Order from Chaos series, available at https://www.brookings.edu/blog/order-from-chaos/2018/04/30/how-synthetic-opioids-can-radically-change-global-illegal-drug-markets-and-foreign-policy/.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2018. Marijuana: The Nonprofit Approach – A prudent course for legalization. National Review, April 2nd, pp.27-29.
Keith Humphreys, Jonathan P. Caulkins, and Vanda Felbab-Brown. 2018. Opioids of the Masses: Stopping an American Epidemic from Going Global. Foreign Affairs, May/June, pp.118-129. Republished in Spanish in El Malpensante, https://elmalpensante.com/articulo/4255/opioides_para_las_masas.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Keith Humphreys. 2018. Drug dealers among us: Look for those wearing lab coats or pinstripe suites. The Hill. February 6th, http://thehill.com/opinion/healthcare/372242-drug-dealers-among-us-look-for-those-wearing-lab-coats-or-pinstripe-suits.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2018. With opioids, death is a symptom and unity is the cure. The Hill. January 2nd, http://thehill.com/opinion/healthcare/366769-with-opioids-death-is-a-symptom-and-unity-is-the-cure.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2018. Hedging bets: Applying New Zealand’s gambling machine regime to cannabis. International Journal of Drug Policy, 53:113-114.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2018. Advertising restrictions on cannabis products for nonmedical use: Necessary but not sufficient? American Journal of Public Health, 108(1):19-21. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2017.30419.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2018. Assessing Efforts to Reduce the Demand for Imported Illegal Drugs. Testimony given on April 13th, 2016 to the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. Printed in 2018 as pp.70-92 of America’s Insatiable Demand for Drugs, S. Hrg. 114-172. U.S. GPO: Washington, DC. Available at https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/CHRG-114shrg22771/pdf/CHRG-114shrg22771.pdf.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. (2017). A principled approach to taxing marijuana. National Affairs. Issue 35, Available at: https://www.nationalaffairs.com/publications/detail/a-principled-approach-to-taxing-marijuana.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2017. Psychoactive drugs in light of libertarian principles. Law and Liberty. November 7th. Available at http://www.libertylawsite.org/liberty-forum/psychoactive-drugs-in-light-of-libertarian-principles/.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2017. Nip It in the Bud: Could Donald Trump be our best hope for sensible marijuana legalization? Washington Monthly, January/February.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2017. Improving research on drug law enforcement. International Journal of Drug Policy. 41:158-159.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2016. Supply control without incarceration? Addiction, 111(11), 2010-2011.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. (2016). The real dangers of marijuana. National Affairs. Issue 26, pp.21-34. Available at: http://www.nationalaffairs.com/publications/detail/the-real-dangers-of-marijuana.
Kleiman, Mark A.R. and Jonathan P. Caulkins (2015). How to legalize cannabis. Maclean’s online, December 23rd: http://www.macleans.ca/news/canada/the-right-and-wrong-way-to-legalize-cannabis/.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2015. After the Grand Fracture: Scenarios for the Collapse of the International Drug Control Regime. Paper published in the series Improving Global Drug Policy: Comparative Perspectives and UNGASS 2016, eds. Harold Trinkunas and Vanda Felbab-Brown (Washington DC: Brookings Institution).
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2015. Essential Chemical Controls: Miracle from a Black Box? Addiction. 110(5): 821-822.
Scott, Nick, Jonathan P. Caulkins, Alison Ritter, and Paul Dietze (2015). How patterns of injecting drug use evolve in a cohort of people who inject drugs. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, No. 502. Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra. Available at http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/current%20series/tandi/501-520/tandi502.html.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2014. Vaping in the old tobacco and new marijuana industries. Invited post on Oxford Dictionaries naming “vaping” the word of the year. OUP Blog, Nov. 18th, Available at http://blog.oup.com/2014/11/vaping-tobacco-marijuana-industry/.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Mark A.R. Kleiman 2014. How Much Crime Is Drug-Related? History, Limitations, and Potential Improvements of Estimation Methods. Report Submitted to the National Institute of Justice. Available at https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/246404.pdf.
Kleiman, Mark A.R., Jonathan P. Caulkins, and Peter Gehred 2014. Measuring the cost of crime. Report Submitted to the National Institute of Justice. Available at https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/246405.pdf.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2014. Drug Control and Reductions in Drug-Attributable Crime. Report Submitted to the National Institute of Justice. Available at https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/246403.pdf.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2014. Nonprofit Motive: How to Avoid a Likely and Dangerous Corporate Takeover of the Legal Marijuana Market. Washington Monthly. March/April/May, pp.39-41.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2014. Diminishing Returns and Great Potential: A Comment on Pollack’s and Reuter’s Review on Tougher Drug Enforcement and Prices. Addiction 109(12):1967-1968.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2014. Vice ratchets: A comment on Stevens’ and Measham’s drug policy ratchet. Addiction 109(8):1233-1234.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2013. Commentary on Crowley et al.’s Research Priorities for Economic Analysis of Prevention. Prevention Science. 10.1007/s11121-013-0440-4,
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2013. The Attorney General and Mandatory Drug Laws. The American. September 23rd.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Susan Andrzejweski, and Linden Dahlkemper (2013). How much will the 25/25/25 tax scheme actually impact the price of cannabis? Supplement: Retailer and Processor Markup. BOTEC Analysis Corp., I-502 Project Report #430-81, June 28, 2013, available from http://lcb.wa.gov/publications/Marijuana/BOTEC%20reports/8a_Impact_of_tax_schemes_Appendix_A_on_Markups-Final.pdf.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Susan Andrzejweski, and Linden Dahlkemper (2013). How much revenue could the cannabis tax generate, under different scenarios? BOTEC Analysis Corp., I-502 Project Report #430-8b, June 28, 2013, available from http://lcb.wa.gov/publications/Marijuana/BOTEC%20reports/8b_Tax_revenue_under_different_scenarios-%20Final.pdf.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., and Linden Dahlkemper (2013). Retail store allocation. BOTEC Analysis Corp., I-502 Project Report #430-Re, June 28, 2013, available from http://lcb.wa.gov/publications/Marijuana/BOTEC%20reports/Re_Store_Allocation_Task_Report-Final.pdf.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Matthew Cohen, and Luigi Zamarra (2013). Estimating Adequate Licensed Square Footage for Production. BOTEC Analysis Corp., I-502 Project Report #430-5(a), available from http://liq.wa.gov/publications/Marijuana/BOTEC%20reports/5a_Cannabis_Yields-Final.pdf.
Hawken, Angela, Caulkins, Jonathan P., Beau Kilmer, and Mark A.R. Kleiman. 2013. Quasi-Legal Cannabis in Colorado and Washington: Local and National Implications. Editorial in Addiction, 108(5): 837–838. doi: 10.1111/add.12156.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Beau Kilmer (with Marlon Graf). 2013. Estimating the Size of the EU Cannabis Market. Published in: Further Insights into Aspects of the Illicit EU Drugs Market / Franz Trautmann, Beau Kilmer, Paul Turnbull (eds.) (Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union, 2013.), Part I, Report 4, p. 289-323.
Pacula, Rosalie Liccardo, Russell Lundberg, Jonathan P. Caulkins, Beau Kilmer, Sarah Greathouse, Terry Fain, and Paul Steinberg. 2013. Improving the Measurement of Drug-Related Crime. Washington, D.C.: Executive Office of the President.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Michael A.C. Lee. 2012. The Drug-Policy Roulette. National Affairs. 12, pp.35-51.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2012. Parallels with Gun Control. New York Times Room for Debate column on how to curb prescrition drug abuse. February 15th. http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2012/02/15/how-to-curb-prescription-drug-abuse.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Angela Hawken, Beau Kilmer, and Mark A.R. Kleiman. 2012. A voter’s guide to decriminalizing marijuana. American Interest. pp.28-36.
Kleiman, Mark A.R., Jonathan P. Caulkins, and Angela Hawken. 2012. Rethinking the War on Drugs. Wall Street Journal. Saturday Essay, April 20, 2012.
Kleiman, Mark A.R., Jonathan P. Caulkins, Angela Hawken, and Beau Kilmer. 2012. Eight Questions for Drug Policy Research. Issues in Science and Technology. Summer. http://www.issues.org/28.4/kleiman.html.
Humphreys, Keith and Jonathan P. Caulkins. 2012. Towards a smarter drugs policy. The Guardian, January 6th (http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/cifamerica/2012/jan/06/towards-smarter-drugs-policy).
Kleiman, Mark, Jonathan Caulkins, and Angela Hawken. 2001. Algo de lo que hay que saber sobre las drogas y nadie sabe ni pregunta ni puede responder. Nexos, September 1st (downloaded from http://www.nexos.com.mx/?P=leerarticulo&Article=2099491 on October 8, 2011).
Caulkins, Jonathan P. Medical marijuana: The Justice Department speaks – again. Christian Science Monitor, August 8th, 2011. www.csmonitor.com/Commentary/Opinion/2011/0808/Medical-marijuana-The-Justice-Department-speaks-again.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Jonathan Kulick, and Mark A.R. Kleiman. 2011. Think Again: The Afghan Drug Trade. Foreign Policy, April 1.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. (2012). The Term and the Vision (Comment on Victoria A. Greenfield and Letizia Paoli’s If supply-oriented drug policy is broken, can harm reduction help fix it?) International Journal of Drug Policy. 23: 19-20. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2011.07.006.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2011. Can We Treat Our Way Out of Incarcerating Drug-Involved Offenders? Comment on Pollack et al.’s If Drug Treatment Works So Well, Why Are So Many Drug Users In Prison? In Phil Cook, Jens Ludwig, and Justin McCrary (eds.) Controlling Crime: Strategies and Tradeoffs, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp.160-65.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Eric Sevigny (2010). The Effects of Drug Enforcement and Imprisonment on Source Countries: The Case of the U.S. and Mexico. Appendix C to Cooperative Mexico-U.S. Antinarcotics Efforts, Sidney Weintraub and Duncan Wood, pp.99-127. Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Mark A.R. Kleiman, and Jonathan Kulick. 2010. Drug Production and Trafficking, Counterdrug Policies, and Security and Governance in Afghanistan. New York University’s Center on International Coopertion, New York, March.
Beau Kilmer and Jonathan P. Caulkins (2010). Filtering the Smoke: Legalizing Marijuana Would Slash the Price, But Effects On Use and Revenues Are Hazy. RAND Review, 34(2). http://www.rand.org/publications/randreview/issues/summer2010/marijuana.html.
Beau Kilmer, Stijn Hoorens, and Jonathan P. Caulkins (2010). Do Drug Arrests Work? The Effectiveness of Drug Enforcement in Europe. RAND Review, 34(2). www.rand.org/publications/randreview/issues/summer2010/arrest.html.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2010. “Systems Modeling to Inform Drug Policy.” Entry in Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science, James J. Cochran (ed.). Wiley.
Drugs and Public Policy Group (2010), Drug Policy and the Public Good: a summary of the book. Addiction, 105: 1137–1145. doi: 10.1111/j.1360-0443.2010.03049.x.
Reuter, Peter, and Jonathan P. Caulkins 2009. “An Assessment of Drug Incarceration and Foreign Interventions.” May 19th testimony to the Domestic Policy Subcommittee of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2009. “How to Expand the ‘Sample Size’ of Studies of Drug Market Disruptions,” Comment on Cunningham et al.’s ‘Impact of US and Canadian Precursor Regulations on Methamphetamine Purity’ Addiction. 104, 454-455.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2008. “Commentary on Ralph Keeney’s ‘Personal Decisions Are the Leading Cause of Death’” Operations Research Forum, 56(6), on-line commentary.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2008. “Is Responsible Drug Use Possible?” Cato Unbound, on-line blog forum (http://www.cato-unbound.org/archives/).
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2008. “Publication Bias: A Concern Just for Drug Prevention or for the Entire Drug Control Literature?” Drug and Alcohol Review 27(4), 1-2.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2008. “Harm Reduction.” Entry in Encyclopedia of Drugs, Alcohol, and Addictive Behavior, Third Edition, Rosalyn Carson-DeWitt (ed.). Macmillan Reference Group, Farmington Hills, MI.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2008. “Legalization vs. Prohibition of Drugs: Policy Analysis.” Entry in Encyclopedia of Drugs, Alcohol, and Addictive Behavior, Third Edition, Rosalyn Carson-DeWitt (ed.). Macmillan Reference Group, Farmington Hills, MI.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2008. “Legalization vs. Prohibition of Drugs: Historical Perspective.” Shared by-Line Entry (with Duane C. McBride) in Encyclopedia of Drugs, Alcohol, and Addictive Behavior, Third Edition, Rosalyn Carson-DeWitt (ed.). Macmillan Reference Group, Farmington Hills, MI.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2007. Book review of Pot Politics: Marijuana and the Costs of Prohibition. Mitch Earleywine (Ed.), Oxford University Press, Addiction. 102, p.1007.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Peter Reuter. 2006. Reorienting U.S. Drug Policy, Issues in Science and Technology. Vol. XXIII, No. 1., pp.79-85.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Peter Reuter. 2006. “The Disparity Between Crack and Powder Cocaine Sentences,” Testimony to the US Sentencing Commission, presented November 15, 2006.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2006. “Cost Benefit Analyses of Investments to Control Illicit Substance Abuse and Addiction” paper prepared for appendix to David Weimer and Aidan Vining’s report to the MacArthur Foundation, Net Benefits of Public Investment in Individuals: What Do, and Could, We Know?
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Peter Reuter. 2006. “Comment on ‘Changes in Canadian Heroin Supply Coinciding with the Australian Heroin Shortage’” Editorial in Addiction. 101(5), pp.621-622.
Timothy J. Moore, Jonathan P. Caulkins, Alison Ritter, Paul Dietze, Shannon Monagle and Jonathon Pruden. 2005. Heroin Markets in Australia: Current Understanding and Future Possibilities. DPMP Monograph Series. Fitzroy, Australia: Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Erica Layne Morrison, and Timothy Weidemann. 2005. “Spreadsheet Errors: Are They Undermining Decision Making in Your Organization?” The Public Manager. 34(1):22-27.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Emily Eelman, Minoli Ratnatunga, and David Schaarsmith 2005. “Operations Research in Africa: Recent Progress and Future Potential.” OR/MS Today, October.
Caulkins, Jonathan P., Erica Layne Morrison, and Timothy Weidemann. 2005. “Are Spreadsheet Errors Undermining Decision Making in Your Organization?” Nonprofit World. 24(3):26-28.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2005. “The Benefits of Structural Modeling of Australia’s Heroin Drought.” Commentary on Degenhardt et al.’s “Effects of a Sustained Heroin Shortage.” Addiction, 100(7): 928-930.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2004. Comment on Kleiman’s “Flying Blind on Drug Control Policy.” Issues in Science and Technology, Vol. XXI, No. 1, pp.6-7.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2004. “CAPPS II: A Risky Choice Concerning and Untested Risk Dectection Technology.” Risk Analysis, Vol. 24(4), pp.921-924.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Gernot Tragler. 2004. “Dynamic Drug Policy: An Introduction and Overview.” Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 38(1), pp.1-6.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2003. “Methamphetamine Epidemics: An Empirical Overview.” Law Enforcement Executive Forum. Vol 3, No. 4, pp.17-42. Republished in Challenging American Police: A Reader for 21st Century, Larry Hoover, Thomas Jurkanin, and Vladimir Sergevnin (eds.).
Reuter, Peter and Jonathan P. Caulkins. 2003. “Does Precursor Regulation Make a Difference?” Editorial in Addiction, Vol. 98(9), pp.1177-1179.
Greenwood, Peter W., Jonathan P. Caulkins, Jennifer S. Wong, and Sherry Cicchetti. 2003. The Deschutes County Community Youth Investment Project: An Experiment in Delinquency Prevention Financing. Greenwood and Associates, Agoura, CA.
Mark A. R. Kleiman, Peter Reuter, and Jonathan P. Caulkins. 2002. “The War on Drugs and the War on Terror: A Comparison.” Public Interest Report, Vol. 55, No. 2, pp.3-5.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2002. “Using Models that Incorporate Uncertainty.” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Vol. 21, No. 3, pp.486-491.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2002. “Law Enforcement’s Role in a Harm Reduction Regime.” Crime and Justice Bulletin Number 64. New South Wales Bureau of Crime and Justice Research. Translated into Russian and Polish for distribution by the International Debate Education Association and reprinted in War on Drugs, HIV/AIDS and Human Rights.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2002. “Law and Policy: Drug Legalization Debate.” Entry in Encyclopedia of Drugs, Alcohol, and Tobacco: Learning About Addictive Behavior, Rosalyn Carson-DeWitt (ed.). Macmillan Reference Group, Farmington Hills.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2002. “Insights Australia Should and Should Not Take from US Drug Policy.” Sydney Institute Papers, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp.1-6.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2001. Book review of Forces of Habit: Drugs and the Making of the Modern World, David T. Courtwright, Harvard University Press, Issues in Science and Technology, Vol. XVII, No. 4, pp.85-87.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2001. Comment on “Should the DEA’s STRIDE Data Be Used for Economic Analysis of Markets for Illegal Drugs,” JASA, Vol. 96, No. 456.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. Forthcoming. “Drug Abuse Control Over the Epidemic Cycle: Policy Implications from Dynamic Models.” Abstracts of the Marschak Colloquium at UCLA. Mathematical Social Sciences.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2001. Review of “A Study of Recidivism of Serious and Persistent Offenders Among Adolescents,” by Brent B. Benda and Connie L. Tollett, 1999, Journal of Criminal Justice, 27(2):111-126, published in International Journal of Forecasting, Vol. 17, pp.135-140.
Barnett, Arnold I., Jonathan P. Caulkins, and Michael Maltz. 2001. “Crime and Justice,” in Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science, Centennial Edition, Saul I. Gass and Carl M. Harris (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Hingham, MA.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2000. “A Policy Analysis of Drug Legalization.” Entry in Encyclopedia of Drugs, Alcohol, and Addictive Behavior, Revised Edition, Rosalyn Carson-DeWitt (ed.). Macmillan Reference Group, Farmington Hills, pp.878-882.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 2000. Do Drug Prohibition and Enforcement Work? White paper published in the “What Works?” series. Lexington Institute, Arlington, VA. Available as RAND Reprint RP-909 at http://www.rand.org/pubs/reprints/RP909.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1999. “Quantified Contributions: Erdos-like Numbers May Shed Light on an OR Paper’s Accessibility and Relevance.” OR/MS Today, Vol., 26, No. 6, pp.18-19.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1999. “Can Supply Factors Suppress Marijuana Use By Youth?” Federation of American Scientists’ Drug Policy Analysis Bulletin, Issue Number 7, pp.3-5.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Sally L. Satel. 1999. “Methadone Patients Should Not Be Allowed to Persist in Cocaine Use,” Federation of American Scientists’ Drug Policy Analysis Bulletin, Issue Number 6, pp.1-4.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1999. Book review of Harm Reduction: A New Direction for Drug Policies and Programs, Patricia G. Erickson, Diane M. Riley, Yuet W. Cheung, and Patrick A. O’Hare (eds.). International Criminal Justice Review, Vol. 9, pp.97-99.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1999. “Comments on Chapters 5 and 6,” in The Economic Analysis of Substance Use and Abuse: An Integration of Econometric and Behavioral Research, Warren K. Bickel, Frank J. Chaloupka, Michael Grossman, and Henry Saffer (eds), University of Chicago Press, pp.174-180.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1998. “Drug Prevention: The Paradox of Timing,” Federation of American Scientists’ Drug Policy Analysis Bulletin, Issue Number 5, pp.1-3.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1997. Book review of Global Habit: The Drug Problem in a Borderless World by Paul Stares. Politics and the Life Sciences, Vol. 16, No. 1 (March), pp.148-150.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1997. “How Prevalent are ‘Very Light’ Drug Users?” Federation of American Scientists’ Drug Policy Analysis Bulletin, Issue Number 3, pp.3-5.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1997. “Sense and Sensitivity Analysis,” OR/MS Today, Vol. 24, No.6, pp.24-28.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1996. “Color-Blind Policies Not Enough: A Case in Favor of Affirmative Action,” OR/MS Today, Vol. 23, No. 4, pp.25-27. www.lionhrtpub.com/orms/orms-8-96/color-blind.html.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1995. “Dealing with the Country's Drug Problem.” OR/MS Today, Vol. 22, No.1, pp.32-40.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1995. “Yes: Treatment Is More Cost-Effective than Law Enforcement.” Insight. June 12, pp.18-20.
Merz, Jon F. and Jonathan P. Caulkins. 1995. “Propensity to Abuse--Propensity to Murder?” Chance, Vol.8, No.2, p.14.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1994. Book review of Crack and the Evolution of American Anti-Drug Policy by Steven Belenko. Criminal Justice Review, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp.303-305.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1993. “Judge’s Commentary: The Coal Tipple Operations Papers.” The UMAP Journal, Vol. 14, No. 3, pp.275-276.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1993. Preface for special issue of Mathematical and Computer Modelling on drug markets and drug policy, Vol. 17, No. 2, pp.ix-xi.
Reuter, Peter, and Jonathan Caulkins. 1993. “ONDCP’s First Four Years as a Policy Agency,” RAND Congressional Testimony Series, CT-110, November.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1992. “Judge’s Commentary: The Emergency Power Restoration Problem.” The UMAP Journal, Vol. 13, No. 3, pp.269-271.
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1991. “Practitioner’s Commentary: The Outstanding Steiner Tree Papers.” The UMAP Journal, Vol. 12, No.3, pp.279-280.
Barrett, Robert C., Jonathan P. Caulkins, and Andrew J. Yates. 1986. “Optimizing the Placement of Two Emergency Facilities.” Mathematical Modelling, Vol. 7, No. 4, pp.627-652.
Barrett, Robert C., Jonathan P. Caulkins, and Andrew J. Yates. 1985. “Population Dynamics of the Peruvian Anchovy.” Mathematical Modelling, Vol. 6, No. 6. Reprinted as “Peruvian Anchovy Population Dynamics.” Undergraduate Journal of Mathematics and Its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp.525-548.
PhD, Operations Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1990
M.S., Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, M.I.T., 1989
M.S., Systems Science and Mathematics, Washington University, 1987
B.S., Systems Science and Engineering, Computer Science, and Engineering & Policy, Washington University, 1987