Autonomous Vehicle Technology: A Guide for Policymakers

Autonomous Vehicle Technology: A Guide for Policymakers

Autonomous Vehicle Technology: A Guide for Policymakers

Autonomous Vehicle Technology: A Guide for Policymakers

Excerpt

This report builds on RAND’s long tradition of research on advanced technologies. From our research on world-circling spaceships in 1946 to developing the conceptual foundations of the Internet in the early 1960s, RAND has long provided policymakers with guidance about tomorrow’s world. RAND’s recent research on the policy effects of autonomous vehicles includes Liability and Regulation of Autonomous Vehicle Technologies, by Nidhi Kalra, James M. Anderson, and Martin Wachs (2009), and The U.S. Experience with No-Fault Automobile Insurance: A Retrospective, by James M. Anderson, Paul Heaton, and Stephen J. Carroll (2010). Both publications are available on RAND’s website.

This report results from the RAND Corporation’s Investment in People and Ideas program. Support for this program is provided, in part, by the generosity of RAND’s donors and by the fees earned on client-funded research.

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The research reported here was conducted in the RAND Transportation, Space, and Technology Program, which addresses topics relating to transportation systems, space exploration, information and telecommunication technologies, nano- and biotechnologies, and other aspects of science and technology policy. Program research is supported by government agencies, foundations, and the private sector.

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