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Harvard Kennedy School faculty disseminate their research in working papers and publications that contribute to public knowledge and fuel policy innovation. This list features recent faculty publications, including journal articles, books, edited volumes, research papers, and public testimony.

Faculty Papers and Publications

Sparrow, Malcolm K. "Problem-Oriented Policing: Matching the Science to the Art." Crime Science 7.1 (December 2018).
Sparrow, Malcolm K. Handcuffed: What Holds Policing Back, and the Keys to Reform. Brookings Institution Press, 2016.
Sparrow, Malcolm K. "Measuring Performance in a Modern Police Organization." New Perspectives in Policing, March 2015.
Sparrow, Malcolm K. "Foreword." Financial Supervision in the 21st Century. Ed. A. Joanne Kellermann, Jakob de Haan, and Femke de Vries. Springer-Verlag, 2013, v-viii.
Sparrow, Malcolm K. "Crime Reduction through a Regulatory Approach: Joining the Regulatory Fold." Criminology & Public Policy 11.2 (May 2012): 345-359.
Sparrow, Malcolm K. "Unravelling a Risk-Management Challenge." Ports in a Storm: Public Management in a Turbulent World. Ed. John D. Donahue and Mark H. Moore. Brookings Institution Press, 2012, 25-54.
Sparrow, Malcolm K. "Governing Science." New Perspectives in Policing (Executive Session on Policing and Public Safety), January 2011.
Sparrow, Malcolm K., Coleman D. Bazelon, and Charles Jackson. "Can Internet Gambling Be Effectively Regulated? Managing the Risks." Report prepared for the Brattle Group, December 2009.
Sparrow, Malcolm K. "One Week in Heron City: A Case Study." New Perspectives in Policing (Executive Session on Policing and Public Safety), September 2009.
Sparrow, Malcolm K. "Criminal Prosecution as a Deterrent to Health Care Fraud." Testimony to the Committee on the Judiciary: Subcommittee on Crime and Drugs, U.S. Senate, May 20, 2009.
Sparrow, Malcolm K. "Fraud in the U.S. Health Care System: Exposing the Vulnerabilities of Automated Payment Systems." Social Research 75.4 (Winter 2008).
Sparrow, Malcolm K. "Why Are Dead Doctors Allowed to Practice?" Miami Herald, September 4, 2008.
Sparrow, Malcolm K., Ambassador Edward W. Stimpson, J. Randolph Babbitt, William O. McCabe, Hon. Carl W. Vogt. "Managing Risks in Civil Aviation: A Review of the FAA's Approach to Safety." Report of the Independent Review Team, Department of Transportation, September 2, 2008.
Sparrow, Malcolm K. The Character of Harms: Operational Challenges in Control. Cambridge University Press, 2008.
Sparrow, Malcolm K. "Corruption in Health Care Systems: The U.S. Experience." Global Corruption Report 2006: Special Focus - Corruption and Health. Ed. Transparency International. Pluto Press, 2006, 16-22.
Sparrow, Malcolm K. "Compliance Assistance and 'Beyond Compliance' : Overview." Making Law Work: Environmental Compliance and Sustainable Development. Ed. Durwood Zaelke, Donald Kaniaru, and Eva Kruzikova. Cameron May and The Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development, 2005, Vol 2, 149-154.
Sparrow, Malcolm K. "Fraud Control in the Health Care Industry: Assessing the State of the Art." Readings in White-Collar Crime. Ed. David Shichor, Larry Gaines, and Richard Ball. Waveland, 2002.
Sparrow, Malcolm K. “Getting Serious About Risk Control.” Canadian Government Executive Magazine, 4, 2002: 19-22.
Sparrow, Malcolm K. "Fraud and Abuse Detection and Control in the Florida Medicaid Program: A Strategic Review of AHCA's Program Integrity Operations." Prepared for Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration, September 2001.