Brian Lavoie

Research Scientist

Brian Lavoie

Brian joined OCLC Research in 1996. Since that time, he has worked on a variety of projects, ranging from the development of OCLC's Four-Figure Cutter Tables and automated cuttering tools, to analyzing the structure and content of the World Wide Web. Brian's academic background is in economics; he has a Ph.D. in agricultural economics. Brian's current research interests include analysis of aggregate collections, economic issues associated with information and the provision of information services, system-wide organization of library resources, and digital preservation.

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