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Bressoud, D.M. 2009. “Is the Sky Still Falling?” Notices of the AMS 56(1):20-25.

Chan, T.F. 2003. “The Mathematics Doctorate: A Time for Change?” Notices of the AMS 50(8):896-903.

Cozzens, M.B. 2008. Increasing the Quantity and Quality of the Mathematical Sciences Workforce Through Vertical Integration and Cultural Change. Arlington, Va.: National Science Foundation.

Davis, G. 1997. “Mathematicians and the Market.” Notices of the AMS 44(10):1307-1315.

Davis, P. 1999. “Annual Survey of the Mathematical Sciences.” Notices of the AMS 46(2).

Durrett, R. 2002. “VIGRE Turns Three.” Notices of the AMS 49(10):1237-1243.

Eiseman, E., K. Koizumi, and D. Fossum. 2002. Federal Investment in R&D. MR-1639.0-OSTP. Arlington, Va.: RAND.

Hill, S.T., T.B. Hoffer, and M.J. Golladay. 2004. “Plans for Postdoctoral Research Appointments Among Recent U.S. Doctorate Recipients.” NSF InfoBrief NSF 04-308. Arlington, Va.: National Science Foundation.

Hoffer, T.B., and V. Welch, Jr. 2006. “Time to Degree of U.S. Research Doctorate Recipients.” NSF InfoBrief NSF 06-321. Arlington, Va.: National Science Foundation.

Jackson, A. 1996. “Should Doctoral Education Change?” Notices of the AMS 43(1):19-23.

Lutzer, D.J., S.B. Rodi, E.E. Kirkman, and J.W. Maxwell. 2007. Statistical Abstract of Undergraduate Programs in the Mathematical Sciences in the United States: Fall 2005 CBMS Survey. Providence, R.I.: American Mathematical Society.

Mackenzie, D. 2002. “NSF Moves with VIGRE to Force Changes in Academia.” Science 296(5572):1389-1390.

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NRC. 1995. Research Doctorate Programs in the United States: Continuity and Change. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

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