Jonathan Wilwerding, Senior Research Associate

Experience

Senior Associate, Mission Analytics Group (2011-present)

Research Associate, SPHERE Institute (2004-2010)

Research Fellow, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (2004-2006)

Associate, Abt Associates Inc. (2000-2004)

Senior Analyst, Abt Associates Inc. (1997-2000)

Teaching Fellow, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government and Harvard School of Public Health (1996-1997)

Research Assistant, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government (1996-1997)

Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of California, Riverside (1990-1994)

Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University College London (1988-1990)

Education

M.P.A. (Public Policy), Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government

Ph.D.(Philosophy), University of California, Los Angeles

B.A., summa cum laude (Philosophy), University of Minnesota

Selected Publications

“Ethnicity, Stability, Continuity and Permanent Placement: Evidence from Santa Clara County, California 2000 -2011.” Report to the Santa Clara County Social Services Agency, 2012.

“General Neglect, Case Opening and Ethnicity: Evidence from Santa Clara County, California 2008 -2011.” Report to the Santa Clara County Social Services Agency, 2012.

“Permanent Placement and Ethnicity: Evidence from Santa Clara County, California 2005 -2011.” Report to the Santa Clara County Social Services Agency, 2011.

“Case Opening and Ethnicity: Evidence from Santa Clara County, California: 2007 – 2011.” Report to the Santa Clara County Social Services Agency, 2011.

“Incident Rates at Kern Regional Center 2005 – 2010.” Report to the California Department of Developmental Services, 2010.

“Incident Rates at Tri-Counties Regional Center 2004 – 2009.” Report to the California Department of Developmental Services, 2009.

“Modeling Techniques and Patient Safety.” (with A. White, G. Apostolakis, P. Barach, B. Fillipo and L. Graham), in Spitzer C., Schmoker U., Dang, V.N. (Eds.) Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management-PSAM7-ESREL ’04, June 2004.

“Probabilistic Risk Assessment and Medical Errors Associated with Transitions of Care: Modeling Techniques for Transitions of Care in Integrated Delivery Systems.” (with A. Frakt, A. White, and L. Graham), Report to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, 2004.

“Framework for Estimating the Costs of a Comprehensive Antiretroviral Therapy Program in a Low-Resource Country.” (with C. Connor, J. Day, G. Kombe, and S. Musau), Report to the United States Institute for International Development, 2002.

“The Jordan Healthcare Utilization and Expenditures Survey.” (with A. K. Nandakumar and M. Bhawalkar), Report to the United States Agency for International Development, 2002.