Selected writing:
As a member of the editorial team at the Apollo Research Institute, Ms. Long has authored ghost-written and bylined articles that have appeared in SC Magazine, Brazen Life, Information Outlook, and The Huffington Post.

"Higher Education and Business: Partners in Developing Future Skills." 2012. Information Outlook. July/August. Vol 16, No. 4.

To Serve Today’s Students, Universities Must Harness Mobile Technology’s Potential
In ACUTA (Association for Information Communications Technology Professionals in Higher Education) newsletter

Toolkit for Effective Advocacy on Behalf of Early Education. 2010. Californians for the Support of Early Education. 

Selecting Child Care for Your Baby: Curriculum Guide. 1999. Children's Home Society of California.

Response to "Who's Watching the Children." 2004. Orange County Register.

Parents Beware: State Oversight of Child Care Severely Limited

Guest view: Creating long-term solutions for early child care. September 6, 2009, Orange County Register.

Selected copy edited articles:
Gurbaxani, V., Shivendu, S., & Zeng, Q. (forthcoming). "Vendor-offered Performance Monitoring, Signaling, and Incentive Contracts in IT Outsourcing." University of California, Irvine and Shantou University, Guangdong, China.

Chellappa, R. K., & Shivendu, S. 2010. "Mechanism design for 'free' but 'no free disposal' sevices: The economics of personalization under privacy concerns." Management Science. (56)10, 1766-1780. 

McKenzie, Richard B. 2008. "Economic Ties Between Americans' Expanding Girths and Gasoline Prices." Published as "Girth, gas prices and global warming: Inside our bloated economy." June 9, 2008, Orange County Register

McKenzie, Richard B. 2008. "Diet Economics." Published as "Dieting for Dollars: An economist explains his weight-loss plan." January 4, 2008, The Wall Street Journal.

Montoya, M. J. & Kent, E. E. 2011, March 31. "Dialogical action: A community-based participatory research approach." Qualitative Health Research. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. 

Copy Edited Dissertations:
Bromley, P. 2011. Human rights, diversity, and national identity: Changes in civic education textbooks cross-nationally (1970-2008) and in British Columbia (1870-2008). Stanford University, Stanford, CA.

Bryan, G. 2011. An assessment of the risk factors for Type 2 diabetes of women in rural Jamaica. School of Health Sciences, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI.

Parraguez, Pedro. 2015. A networked perspective on the engineering design process: At the intersection of process and organisation architectures.DTU Management Engineering, Engineering Systems Group, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark.

Squires, S. 2010. Legislation, immigration, and the labor market: The West Indian experience. University of California, Irvine.

Editing and research project management:
True Cost of Quality Early Care and Education in Orange County. 2007. Orange County United Way.
Economic Impact of the Child Care Industry in Orange County. 2002. Orange County United Way.
Orange County Early Care and Education Salary and Working Conditions Survey. 2002. Orange County United Way.

Copy Edited Books:

Thompson, Rick. (forthcoming). The Long-Expected Jesus. Westbow.

"Laura Long did an absolutely fantastic job in editing the book ... We only thought we were ready to publish, but after her work on the manuscript, we realized we were no where near ready. She is extremely thorough and detailed from the first page to the last. I would highly recommend her services before you consider submitting your manuscript to any publisher."

--Sarah Sutton, Assistant to Rev. Thompson

McKenzie, Richard B. 2011. Heavy! The Surprising Reasons America Is the Land of the Free--And the Home of the Fat. Springer.

"Most prominently, I am extraordinarily indebted to journalist and writer Laura Long, who in editing several drafts of the manuscript and adding flow to my words for a general audience, became a true partner in the development of the book."
-- Richard McKenzie, Ph.D. (in the Acknowledgement section of Heavy!) 

McKenzie, Richard B. 2010. Predictably Rational?: In Search of Defenses for Rational Behavior in Economics. Springer.

McKenzie, Richard B. & Lee, Dwight. 2010. 2nd Edition. Microeconomics for MBAs: The Economic Way of Thinking for Managers. Cambridge University Press.

Slosar, J.R. 2009. The Culture of Excess. How America Lost Self-Control and Why We Need to Redefine Success.Praeger, Santa Barbara, CA.

Witsoe, J. 2013. Democracy Against Development. Chicago University Press.

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