Click here for entire CV
Ph.D - 1968 - New York University
M.A. - 1962 - University of Chicago
B.A. - 1961 - Bryn Mawr College
Pinstripe Patronage: Political Favoritism from the Clubhouse to the White House.....and Beyond, Co-author, Paradigm Publishers, 2010.
A World Ignited: How Apostles of Ethnic, Religious and Racial Hatred Torch the Globe. Rowman & Littlefield, co-author, published October 15, 2006. Paperback edition published in 2008.
Glass Houses: Congressional Ethics and the Politics of Venom, Westview/Perseus Books, 2001, co-author. Paperback edition, 2003.
The Angry American - How Voter Rage is Changing the Nation, Westview/HarperCollins, l996; second edition, 1998, Westview Press.
Selling Our Security - The Erosion of America's Assets. Co-author. Alfred A. Knopf, l992; Penguin paperback, l993.
Buying Into America - How Foreign Money is Changing the Face of Our Nation. Co-author. Times Books/Random House, 1988, Berkeley paperback ed., 1989. New paperback ed., Farragut Publishers, l993. Taiwan & Japan eds. l989, Korean ed., l990.
(Buying Into America was selected by Business Week and Newsday as one of the 10 best business books of 1988, and by Library Journal as one of the top forty books in all categories in the Annual Choice for Best Books of 1988).
Dismantling America - The Rush to Deregulate. Co-author.Houghton Mifflin, October 1983. Oxford University paperback, 1985.
Women in Congress 1917-1976, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1976.
Clout - Womanpower and Politics. Co-Author. Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1974. Capricorn paperback edition, 1976.
To The Victor - Political Patronage from the Clubhouse to the White House. Co-Author. Random House, 1971. Vintage paperback edition, 1972.
(To The Victor was cited in four U.S. Supreme Court decisions on political patronage and the first amendment, including: Elrod v. Burns, June 28, 1976; Branti v. Finkel, March 31, 1980; and Rutan v. the Republican Party of Illinois, 1990.)
Articles, Book Reviews and Book Chapters
Tolchin, S. J. and M. Tolchin. "The city's persistent partner of patronage." Op-ed article in the Chicago Tribune, December 16, 2010.
Tolchin, S. J., and M. Tolchyin. "Congress Needs a Robot to Make Tough Decisions." Huffington Post, November 20, 2010.
S. J. Tolchin, and M. Tolchin. "What's So Bad about Earmarks?" AOL News, November 16.
S. J. Tolchin, and M. Tolchin. "How New Jacobins Persuade Us to Vote against Our Interests." Huffington Post, October 22, 2010.
S. J. Tolchin, and M. Tolchin. "Pinstripes and Teabags."
, October 8, 2010.
Susan J. Tolchin and Bonnie Stabile, "Winning Over an Increasingly Cynical Public: Debate Over Stem Cell Research and Other Biotechnologies, in Dennis Johnson, ed., Routledge Handbook of Political Management, New York & London, Taylor & Francis Group, Routledge Publishers, 2008.
Susan J. Tolchin, "WAR – WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR? Chicken Congress AWOL from Battle, Los Angeles Times, October 9, 2005.
Susan J. Tolchin, American Democracy Now, Chapters 10 and 17, on the media, and on foreign policy. Published by McGraw-Hill in 2008.
Susan J. Tolchin and Connie L. McNeely, "ON THE HILL – Jews in the United States Congress," in Maisel and Forman, eds., Jews in American Politics, Rowman & Littlefield, 2001.
Paperback edition, 2003.
Susan J. Tolchin and Kenneth Cox, "Global Economic Changes and Public Administration, in Handbook of Public Management Practice and Reform, Marcel Dekker, 2001.
Susan J. Tolchin, "2000 Vexation will Spur 2004 Exaltation, Newsday, December, 2000.
"Population and the Politics of Trade," in Pranay Gupte and Jack Freeman, eds., All of Us: Births and a Better Life: Population, Development and Environment in a Globalized World, New York: Earth Times Books, 1999.
"Ross Perot," Susan J. Tolchin and Jerold J. Duquette, in The Encyclopedia of Third Parties, M.E. Sharpe, 2000.
"The Reform Party," Susan J. Tolchin and Jerold J. Duquette, in The Encyclopedia of Third Parties, M.E. Sharpe, 2000.
"Global Economic Changes and Public Administration," Susan J. Tolchin and Kenneth Cox, in Handbook of Public Management Practice, Marcel Dekker, 2000.
"Parties and the Millennium," Chapter 12, in Political Parties and the Collapse of the Old Orders, John K. White and Philip J. Davies, eds. State University of New York Press, 1999.
"Missiles to Plowshares: The Switch from War to Peace," Journal of Socio-Economics, Vol. 25, No. 4, l996, pp. 407-424.
"The Globalist from Nowhere: Making Governance Competitive in the International Environment," Public Administration Review, January/February 1996, Vol. 56, No. l, pp. 1-8.
(This article received the Marshall Dimock award for the best lead article of the Public Administration Review for 1996 at the American Society of Public Administration, annual convention, Philadelphia, PA, July 1997).
"Political Anger and the 1996 Election," Los Angeles Times, October 1996, (article picked up by the LA Times syndicate and run in the Houston Chronicle, Baltimore Sun, Denver Post, Roanoke Times, among others.
"The Angry American - How Voter Rage is Changing the Nation," (Published by Westview Press, l996) was excerpted by The NewYork Times Syndicate in five installments, 1996; in The Hill, and in The Earth Times, 1996.
"Political Anger and the American Presidential Election," Yomiuri Shimbun, November 5, 1996.
Op-ed article on political anger, The Rocky Mountain News, December 2, 1996.
"Halting the Erosion of America's Critical Assets", Issues in Science and Technology, Journal of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume IX, Number 3, Spring 1993.
"Women in the U.S. Congress," and "Jeanette Rankin," published in The Encyclopedia of the United States Congress, Simon and Shuster, 1994.
"Global Strategies and U.S. Interdependence," in Phillip D. Grub and Dara Khambata, eds., The Multinational Enterprise in Transition, 4th ed., Darwin Press, l993.
"Global Threats and the U.S. Response", The Public Manager, Vol. 21, Number 4, Winter 1992-93.
"The United Bazaar of America: Defense," American Security, Vol. 1, No. 8, June 1992.
"U.S. Moves to Guard Vital Industries,"Defense News, Oct. 19-25, 1992.
"Perot Rising: Provocative Policies," Washington Post, Outlook, October 25, 1993.
"Population and the Policies of Trade", The Earth Times, May 20, 1993.
"Converting Neglect Into Caring", The Earth Times, May 11, 1993.
"The Meaning of Multilateral Nuancing", The Earth Times, June 30, 1993.
"Realpolitik: Rights and Trade in Policy", The Earth Times, June 14, 1993.
"Human Rights - A Light of Its Own", The Earth Times, April 22, 1993.
(Wrote monthly Washington column for The Earth Times from 1993-1995, as well as columns for international conferences in Vienna, New York and Copenhagen. Articles available upon request).
"The United Bazaar of America: Defense Industries for Sale," The Washington Post, Outlook, May 31, l992.
"Political Patronage Revisited," Encyclopedia of American Political Parties and Elections. Garland, 1991.
"The Political Uses of Evaluation Research," in Dennis Palumbo, ed., The Politics of Program Evaluation, Sage Publications, 1988.
"Buying Into America," article, in The Impact of Foreign Investment in the United States, in Touche Ross, A Special Report, 1989.
"Reciprocity, Disclosure, and the U.S. Role in the Global Investment," The Mid-Atlantic Journal of Business. Vol. 25, Nos. 2 & 3, January 1989, pp. 79-98.
"Foreign Investment in the U.S. - A Trojan or Gift Horse?" The Japan Times, May 25, 1988.
"Bargain Giant bought with Cheap Dollars," Nikkei Business, May 15, 1988.
"Forgive Us Our Deficits," New York Times Book Review, May 1, 1988.
"The States' Global Hustlers," Across the Board, Vol. XXV, No. 4, April 1988.
"German Investment Revives U.S. Firm," Dallas Morning News, March 29, 1988.
"Japanese Patched Up ex-Firestone Plant," Dallas Morning News, March 28, 1988.
"Cultivating Japan," Outlook, The Washington Post, March 6, 1988.
"Hiro-San Goes To Sacramento," California Business, March 1988.
"U.S. Unions and Foreign Employers, A Clash of Cultures," Management Review, March 1988, pp.47-53.
"States Court Foreign Investors," Best of Business Quarterly, Spring 1988, Vol. 10, No. 1, p. 55.
"The Influence Peddlers," Japan Newsweek, January 21, 1988.
"Foreign Money, U.S. Fears," New York Times Magazine, December 13, 1987.
"Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Rush to Deregulate: The Use and Misuse of Theory to Effect Policy Change," in Ray C. Rist, ed., Policy Studies Review Annual, Vol. 8, New Brunswick: Transaction Books, 1987.
"Deregulation Exacts Serious Human Costs," in David L. Bender & Bruno Leone, eds., Economics in America - Opposing Viewpoints, St. Paul, Minnesota: Greenhaven Press, 1986.
"Regulation is the Key to a Civilized Society," in Fred R. Harris, America's Democracy - The Ideal and the Reality, 3rd Edition, Glenview, Illinois: Scott Foreman, 1986.
"The Rush to Deregulate," in Francis E. Rourke, ed., Bureaucratic Power in National Policy Making, 4th ed., Boston: Little Brown, 1986.
"Distortions of Cost-Benefit Analysis as a Guide to Regulatory Strategy," in Conference Proceedings of the National Council on Employment (Conference Title: Feds in the Workplace), October 3, 1986.
Book Review. "Union Power and New York," by Jewel Bellush and Bernard Bellush, in The Journal of Politics, Vol 48, No. 1, February 1986, pp. 196-199.
"Presidential Power over the Regulatory Process," in Gregory Daneke and David Lemak, eds., Regulatory Reform Reconsidered, Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1985.
"Does Government Regulate Too Much?", in McKenna and Feingold, Taking Side-Clashing Views of Controversial Political Issues, 4th Edition, Dushkin Publishing Group, 1985.
"Can Socially Responsible Societies Compete Economically? - Equity Abandoned," Business and Society Review, Winter 1985, No. 52.
"The Impact of the Hyde Amendment on Congress: Effects of Single Issue Politics on Legislative Dysfunction," June 1977 - June 1978," Women and Politics, Vol. 5, No. 1, Spring 1985.
"Air Bags and Regulatory Delay," Issues in Science and Technology, National Academy of Science, September 1984.
"Saving Those Wounded in Our Deregulation Frenzy," Outlook, The Washington Post, September 23, 1984.
"Cost Benefit Analysis and the Rush to Deregulate - The Political Uses and Misuses of Theory to effect policy Change," Policy Studies Review, November 1984.
"Political Meltdown - Reactors, Risks and Regulation," co-author, in Mark Green, et, al., eds., The Big Business Reader, New York: Pilgrim Press, 1984.
Deregulation Exposes All to Extremely Hazardous World," Los Angeles Times, April 15, 1984.
"EDB and the Hurry to Deregulate," Concord Monitor, February 13, 1984.
"Regulating Public and Private Sectors," The Bureaucrat, Fall 1983, essay book review.
"The Damage OMB is Doing,"The Washington Post, November 28, 1983.
"The Rush to Deregulate," New York Times Magazine, August 21, 1983.
"Presidential Power and the Politics of RARG (Regulatory Advisory Review Group), Regulation, July-August 1979, Vol. 3, No. 4. (Article cited in lead editorial on regulation in theWall Street Journal, August 29, 1979.
"Organizing for Public Sector Management - The Political Constraints," chapter 9, in Thomas Murphy, ed. Administering the Public Sector - A Study in Emerging Realities. Illinois: Peacock Publishers, 1980.
"The Exclusion of Women from the Federal Judiciary," Signs, Summer 1977, Vol. 2, No. 4.
"For Women, Political Gains in the Suburbs," The Washington Post, March 29, 1978.
"Congressional Women...," Politicks Magazine, No. 6, January 17, 1978.
"These Days It's a Political Plus if You're a Woman Candidate," New York Times, October 18, 1974.
"Women in Politics," New York Times Week in Review, September 15, 1974.
"Getting Clout," Esquire, Vol. LXXX No. 1, July 1973.
"How Lindsay Learned the Patronage Lesson," New York Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 13, March 29, 1971.
"Honest Graft -- Playing the Patronage Game,"New York Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 12, March 22, 1971.
"How Judgeships Get Bought," New York Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 11, March 15, 1971.
"The Feminist Revolution of Jihan Sadat," co-author, New York Times Magazine, March 16, 1980.
"Paying Egypt and Israel a Joint Visit," New York Times, Travel Section, April 4, 1980.
*"The Impact of the LTV-Thomson Sale on U.S. National Security and Competitiveness," Subcommittee on Defense Industry and Technology, Committee on Armed Services, U.S. Senate, April 30, 1992.
*"The Impact of Foreign Direct Investments on U.S. Technological Competitiveness and the Need for Changes to the Current Exon-Florio Process," Subcommittee on Economic Stabilization, Committee on Banking, Finance, Urban Affairs, House of Representatives, April 2, 1992.
*"Foreign Investment in the United States", Subcommittee on Economic Stabilization, Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives, Nov. 15,1989.
*"Foreign Investment - Response to Questions", Subcommittee on Economic Stabilization, Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives, Nov. 15, 1989.
*"Foreign Investment in U.S. Banks", Senate Committees on Finance: State of Maryland, Annapolis, MD, July 31, 1990.
*"Foreign Investment and Political Influence, Committee on Finance, U.S. Senate, Sept. 19, 1990.
*U.S. Congress, House Foreign Affairs Committee, International Economic Policy Subcommittee, Hearing on Foreign Investment in the United States, September 14, 1988.
*U.S. Congress, Senate Budget Committee, Hearing on Foreign Investment in the United States, specifically the Bryant amendment to the 1988 Trade Bill, March 22, 1988.
*U.S. Congress, Senate Commerce Committee, Hearing on Foreign Investment in the United States, specifically the Bryant amendment to the 1988 Trade Bill, March 24, 1988.
*U.S. Congress, Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Telecommunications, Consumer Protection, and Finance, "Disclosure of Foreign Investment in the United States," May 8, 1986, Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1986, Susan J. Tolchin, "The Public Policy Implications of Increased Foreign Investment in the United States."
*U.S. Congress, Health and Human Services Subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations Committee, June 1988.
*U.S. Congress, Health and Human Services Subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations Committee, June 1987.
Major Addresses (update available upon request)
*Baruch lecture at the National War College, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, "American Industry in International Competition," March l5, 1994.
*Luncheon Speech at the annual conference of the National Academy of Public Administration, November 15, 1996.
Selected Recent Papers & Speeches (update available upon req.)
Congressional Institute for the Future, "Politics and The Internet," Capitol Hill, October 14, 1999.
"Political Anger at the Millenium," Communitarian Annual Conference, February 27, 1999.
University of Nebraska at Lincoln, "Political Anger At the Millenium," October 9, 1998.
American Sugarbeet Growers Association, keynote speech, Orlando, Florida, Feb. 10, 1999, and Feb. 4, 1997 ("The American Mindset: Implications for Policy and the 105th Congress").
"Voter Rage and the Millenium," Northern Virginia Society for Public Administration, June 17, 1999.
"Political Anger in the New Millenium," George Mason Society for Public Administraton, October 21, 1999.
"Politics and Anger: Inequality and Resentment in Europe And the United States," American Political Science Assn., San Francisco, August 29, 1996.
"Political Anger," two presentations at the Communitarian Conference, and the Association for Socio-Economics, Geneva, July 12, 1996.
National Press Club, September 18, 1996.
"The Angry Voter," The Cosmos Club, noon forum, October 15, 1996.
"The Election of 1996 and the Angry Voter," National Women’s Democratic Club, October 17, 1996.
The Urban Institute, November 6, 1996.
American University, election analysis, November 6, 1996.
AFL-CIO, Industrial Union Department, November 12, 1996.
National Press Foundation, Freedom Forum, December 2, 1996.
"Political Anger in the 1996 Election," National Transplant Surgeons and Inventors, March 5, 1997.
"Political Anger and Public Administration," Florida Atlantic University, March 14, 1997.
Keynote address at the Pi Alpha Alpha honorary induction dinner, American University, May 2, 1997.
University of Nebraska, Paper on "Political Anger at the Millennium," October 9, 1998.
American Political Science Association, Boston, panelist, "The Collapse of the Old Order: Political Parties and their Future."
"Economic Threats and Warnings," National War College, Joint Military Intelligence College, Fort McNair, Sept. 28, 1993.
"U.S. Competitiveness in the Global Economy," York College, March l994.
"The Globalist from Nowhere," keynote address, American Society for Public Administration, Region IV annual convention, Annapolis, MD, Sept. 23, 1993.
"Selling Our Security - The Erosion of America's Assets," keynote address, National Federal Training Officers, Oct. 6, l992.
"The Politics of the Global Economy," Penn State University, May 20, l993.
"Selling Our Security," National Press Club, Oct. l3, l992.
"Selling Our Security," Marketing Technologies, annual convention, Charleston, S.C., Sept. l992.
Speeches on "Global Competitiveness" at:
*Federal Executive Institute, Feb. l993.
*Public Leadership Education Network, Jan. l993.
*World Affairs Council, Jan. l993.
*General Accounting Office, Jan. l993.
*Center for National Security, Dec. l993.
"Foreign Influence on American Politics," paper, American Political Science Association, Sept. l993.
"Global Investment: Who, Where, Do We Care?" Economic Strategy Institute, Trade Policy Conference, March l994.
"Implementing Acquisition Strategy: Challenges and Choices," Defense Acquisition Reform Symposium, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, April l994.
"Rural America and the Utilities: Regulation, Deregulation, Privatization." National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Oct. l993.
United States Information Agency speaking tour in Germany, Spain and Portugal:
*Barcelona, Spain - Centro de Estudios Internacionales (CEI - Diplomatic School of Barcelona), "President Clinton's Foreign Policy," May 9, l994.
*Berlin, Germany. The Amerika House. "The Clinton Administration - A First Year Review," and "U.S. Competitiveness in the Global Economy," May 17-18, l994.
*Lisbon, Portugal. European Cooperation Studies Program, Universidade Moderna of Lisbon, "The Clinton Administration," May 12, 1994.
*Lisbon, Portugal. Instituto Superior de Gestao, "U.S. Competitiveness," May 13, l994.
*Setubal, Portugal. "Universidade Moderna, Setubal. "U.S. Competitiveness in the Global Economy, May 13, l994.
*Madrid, Spain. "Strategic Studies Institute (IIE) of the CREDEDEN, National War College. "U.S. Technology Policy, Trade and Investment Policy, Foreign Policy and Globalization," May 10, 1994.
*Nuremberg, Germany. University of Erlangen/Nurnberg, "U.S. Competitiveness," May 15, 1994.
Harvard University, Kennedy School, May l992
Hiram College, April l992
National Capital Area Public Administration Assoc. Jan. l992
U.S. Department of Commerce, Budget Officers Forum, Apr. l992
Stanford University, Monthly Business Forum, Sept. l990.
Ohio Mental Health Association, October l990.
U.S. Department of the Treasury, December l990.
U.S. Aerospace Foundation, Colorado Springs, March l99l.
University of California at Irvine, April 1991.
Association of American Railroads, September 26, 1989.
American Society for Public Administration, National Conference on Ethics, November 14, 1989.
John Hopkins University, School of Advanced Inter-national Studies, November 15, 1989.
Council on Competitiveness, Washington DC, November 30, 1989.
Association of Foreign Real Estate Investors, March 6, 1990.
Asian Business League, June 28, 1990.
Los Alamos National Laboratory, June 18, 1990.
Ohio State School of Business, May 3, 1990.
Penn State University, 1990, l992, & 1993.
U.S. Naval Commander's Advisory Panel.
U.S. Senate Banking Committee Staff.
United Nations Economic Policy Council on Foreign Investment, March 13, 1990.
California Department of Commerce, March 12, 1990.
National Public Radio, Annual Conference, April 6, 1990.
Foreign Correspondents Association, Tokyo, Japan, July 10, l989 ("New Trends in Foreign Investment in the U.S.")
Policy Study Group, Liberal Democratic Party, Tokyo, Japan, July 13, l989 ("U.S. Political Initiatives Toward Direct Foreign Investment").
Smick - Medley Associates, Washington, DC, September 1988.
Foundation for Women's Resources, San Francisco, October 2, 1988 (Buying Into America)
Bryant College, Providence, RI, October 13, 1988 (Current Issues Involving Foreign Investment in the United States").
American Newswoman's Club, October 25, 1988.
Casualty Actuarial Society, Montreal, November 9, 1989.
Robert Morris Associates, Investment Bankers, Philadelphia, PA., November 17, 1989 (Foreign Investment in the United States: New Trends").
Democratic Central Committee, Montgomery County, MD, December 8, 1989.
American Council on Education, annual convention, San Diego, CA, January 19, 1989.
Harvard University, Center for International Affairs, February 3, 1989, ("Foreign Direct Investment in the United States").
Washington Trade Lawyers Association, March 21, 1989.
American Society for Public Administration, Miami, FL, April 10, 1989. ("The Role of State and Local Governments in Promoting International Competitiveness").
The Cosmos Club, Washington, DC, 1989 & l992.
Urban Land Institute, New Orleans, LA, April 28, 1989.
Abbott Turner College of Business, Columbus College, Columbus, GA, May 9, 1989 ("Buying Into America").
Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service, May 11, 1989.
"Buying Into America - How Foreign Money is Changing the Face of our Nation," Keynote address, American Newspaper Publisher's Association, Honolulu, HI, April 26, 1988.
"How Foreign Money is Changing the Face of our Nation,"DeKalb College, February 24, 1988.
"U.S. Trade and Investment Policy," American Political Science Association, September 2, 1988.
"Foreign Direct Investment in the United States: An Overall Evaluation," the Brookings Institution, April 1, 1987.
"Deregulation: How Fast? How Far?" American Bar association, 12th Annual Symposium of the Judicial Administration Division National Conference of Administrative Law Judges, March 6, 1987.
"Foreign Capital and U.S. Debtor Status: the Federal Response," American Political Science Association, annual convention, September 3, 1987.
"The Pace of Deregulation in the Reagan Administration," University of Illinois Washington Semester Program, May 13, 1987.
"Teaching Public-Private Sector Relationships to doctoral Students," seminar presentation to the ASPA section on teaching public administration, April 30, 1987.
"Deregulation as Social Policy: A Critique," paper delivered at the American Political Science Association's annual convention, August 29, 1985, New Orleans, LA.
"Social Consequences of Economic Deregulation," paper delivered at the American Society for Public Administration, Indianapolis, IN, annual convention, March 25, 1985.
Society for Automotive Engineers, May 3, 1989 ("Foreign Investment in the United States Auto Industry").
Bingaman Circle, Albuquerque, NM, June 25, 1989.
Foreign Correspondents Association, Tokyo, JAPAN, July 10, 1989 ("New Trends in Foreign Investment in the United States").
Policy Study Group, Liberal Democratic Party, Tokyo, JAPAN, July 13, 1989 ("U.S. Political Initiatives Toward Direct Foreign Investment").
"The Impact of Deregulation on Society," National Association of Women Judges, December 13, 1984.
"The Future of Deregulation," American Association of Schools and Colleges of Business Administration, June 18, 1985.
The Current Impact of Deregulation on Society," Federal Administrative Law Judges, November 2, 1984.
"Political Science and Deregulation," Keynote address at the annual convention of the New York State Political Science Association, April 26, 1985, New York City.
"Presidential Involvement in Deregulation," National Academy of Public Administration, December 10, 1984.
"Cost-benefit Analysis - The Political Uses and Misuses of Theory to Effect Policy Change," paper delivered at the Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy, State University of New York at Buffalo, March 9, 1984.
"The Consequences of Environmental Deregulation," American Political Science Association, annual convention, Washington, DC, September 1984.
"Reshaping Government through the Power of Appointments and Executive Orders," National Women's Democratic club, October 9, 1984
"The Reagan Record on Deregulation," National Association of Credit Union Supervisors, Lake Tahoe, NV, September 18, 1984.
"Social Consequences of Economic Deregulation, Keynote Address, Control Data Corporation, Las Vegas, NV, October 24, 1984.
"Unanticipated Consequences of Regulatory Reform," Arizona State University, Tempe, AR, March 12, 1984.
"Deregulation and the Future of the Administrative State," American Society for Public Administration, annual convention, April 10, 1984.
"The Future of Deregulation," Georgia State University, School of Management, Atlanta, GA, May 21, 1984.
"The Impact of Deregulation on the Consumer," Consumer Federation of America, February 16, 1984.
"Banking Deregulation," New York State Commission on Financial Services Deregulation, November 22, 1983.
Additional Speeches (updates available upon request)
- Bryant College, October 13, 1988.
- T. Rowe Price, September 14, 1988.
- Casualty Actuarial Society, November 9, 1988.
- Robert Morris Associates, November 17, 1988.
- National Women's Democratic Club, June 22, 1988.
- Business and Industrial Council, June 7, 1988.
- International Forum, Chamber of Commerce, May 17, 1988.
- American Trucking Association, April, 23, 1988.
- International Leadership Center, Dallas, TX, April 19, 1988.
- Arnold & Porter, Washington, DC, April 4, 1988.
- House Democratic Caucus, March 23, 1988.
- Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, March 4, 1988.
- Congressional Competitive Caucus, March 3, 1988.
- National Press Club, March 1, 1988.
- Semiconductor Industry Association, March 1, 1988.
Thesis title: "The Police Policy Area as a Subsystem of New York City Politics," New York University, 1978.
(This dissertation was used as a basic resource by the Knapp Commission for its inquiry into the New York Police Dept.)
Field: Urban Politics and Administration
Minor Field: Comparative Government (Master's Thesis: The French Socialist Party, University of Chicago, 1962.).
University Professor of Public Policy, The School of Public Policy, George Mason University, 2007-present.
Professor of Public Policy, School of Public Policy, George Mason University, 1998-2007.
Professor of Public Administration, Department of Public Administration, The George Washington University, 1978 -1998.
Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, National War College, Jan. l994-June l994.
Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Washington Institute for Women in Politics, Mount Vernon College, 1975-1978.
Assistant Professor, Drew University, 1974-1975.
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Seton Hall University, 1971-1973.
Lecturer, Brooklyn College of the City of New York, Graduate Division, 1970-1971; Undergraduate Division, 1965-1968.
Lecturer, City College of the City of New York, 1963-1965.
• The Logic of Public Policy Theory and Inquiry
• American National Government
• Ethics and Public Policy
• Public Policy Systems and Theory
* Governance: Public Management and International Competitiveness
* Public Policy Systems and Theory
* U.S. Competitiveness: Trade and Investment Policy
* Public and Private Institutions and Relationships
* Federal Regulation of Society
* Public Policy formulation and Administration
* Administration in the Federal government
* Organization Theory and the Public Sector
* Legislative Management
* Political Behavior of the American Electorate
* Judicial Administration
* Urban Public Policy
* The Legislative Process
* State and Local Government
* Basic Legal Concepts
* Behavioral Approach to Politics (Scope and Methods)
* Women in the Political System
* Political Parties and Pressure Groups
* Government and Administration of New York City
* American Government
* Comparative Politics of Western Europe
Fields of Competence
- Ethics and Public Policy
- Foreign Investment and Trade Policy
- Federal Regulation
- Management of Federal Government
- Legislative Process and Management
- Management in the Public Sector
- Public/Private Management
- Business-Government Relations
- Policy Formulation and Analysis
- Administration in the Federal Government
- U.S. Congress
Director, Washington Institute for Women in Politics, Mount Vernon college, 1975-1978. Responsibilities included: Program development, research, fund-raising, communications, community outreach, seminar leadership, personnel and administration. Created and founded the institute as a national center for women in public service. Produced over twelve seminars and conferences on public service for a national constituency. Developed new educational programs and courses of study.
Academic and Professional Honors
Marshall Dimock Award, conferred by the American Society for Public Administration, for the best lead article in the Public Administration Review for l996, at the annual ASPA convention, Philadelphia, PA, July 1997.
Trachtenbery Award for Research, George Washington University, June 1998.
Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, National War College, January-March, l994.
Scholar-in-Residence, Bellagio Study and Conference Center, The Rockefeller Foundation, May l99l.
Elected as a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration, November 1990. Elected to the Board of NAPA, 2001.
Selected by Washingtonian magazine as one of "Washington's 100 most powerful women," 1983 and 1989.
In Who's Who, Who's Who of American Women, Who’s Who in the Southeast, and Emerging Leaders in America.
Dilthey Fellowship Award, The George Washington University, 1983 and l994.
Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Fellowship participant, Executive Seminar, March 1979.
"Teacher of the Year," awarded at Mount Vernon College,1978.
Founders Day Award - conferred with the Ph.D. by New York University, 1968.
Honors in Political Science - conferred with the B.A. by Bryn Mawr College, May l96l.
Papers and Speeches (Past)
- National Press Club, February 22, 1984.
- University of Southern California, December 9, 1983.
- Palm Beach roundtable, January 5, 1984.
- Texas Tech. University, January 23, 1984.
- National Capital Area Chapter, ASPA, Keynote
address, national convention, December 6, 1983.
- Federal Trade Commission.
- John F. Kennedy Library.
- American University.
- United States Information Agency.
- U.S. Department of Commerce.
- U.S. Civil Service commission, Executive Training
- Congressional Research Service, Seminar for Administrative
Assistants, U.S. Congress.
- American Society for Public Administrative (1978-present).
- American Political Science Association Conventions (1973-present).
- Northeast Political Science Association Conventions (1974-present).
- National Capital Area Chapter, American Society for Public
- Military Sealift Command, Executive Seminar.
- Brookings Institution.
- Bryn Mawr College.
- Washington Press Club.
- University of Texas at Austin.
- Transnational Lecture Series, School of Government and Business
Administration, The George Washington University.
- Franklin and Marshall College.
- Lafayette University.
- Kalamazoo College.
- National Capital Area Political Science Association.
- De Anza College.
- San Jose State University.
- Boston Bicentennial Conference.
- Old Dominion University.
- Rhode Island Bicentennial Conference.
- National Radio and Television Tours: 1971, 1974, 1983-4, 1988.
- John F. Kennedy Library.
International Lecture Tours
United States Information Agency, lecture tour in Germany, Spain and Portugal, "U.S. Competitiveness," May l994.
"Foreign Investment in the United States," Liberal Democratic Party and Foreign Correspondents Association, Tokyo, 1989.
"American Management Systems - Their Application to Developing Nations," December 16-23, 1979. American University in Cairo, seminar for public and private sector managers.
Selected Radio and Television Appearances (Recent Appearances Available Upon Request)
Lou Dobbs Show, July 2005.
Today Show, seven appearances: 1971, 1974, 1983, 1984, 1988, and 1989.
CNN Inside Edition – October 8, 1999.
Which Way L.A. – Nov. 23, 1999.
Diane Rehm Show – July 16, 1999, plus eight additional appearances
Charles Osgood Show, CBS, l996.
CBS Evening News, Eric Engberg interview, Jan. 28, 1997.
WOSU, Ohio State University Public Radio, Jan. 13, 1997.
WTOP, Dave McConnell, December 31, 1996.
American the Beautiful Network, November 22, 1996.
United Broadcasting Network, Newsmakers, Nov. 13, Oct. 21, Sept. 3 and Sept. 4, 1996.
Monitor Radio (Christian Science Monitor), Nov. 5, 1996.
Fox Television, Nov. 5, 1996.
National Public Radio, Dan Schorr, Nov. 2, 1996.
Public Broadcasting System, PBS, Conversations with Dennis Wholey, Nov. 1, 1996.
WBUR, "The Connection," Boston, October 31, 1996, National Public Radio.
Fox Morning News, October 29, 1996.
WBZ, Boston, October 25, 1996.
KTRH, Houston Radio, October 24, 1996.
NHK television, Tokyo, October 24, 1996 and October 14, 1996.
Canadian Broadcasting Company, Sept. 13 and Oct.16, 1996.
KFAI, Minneapolis, October 15, 1996.
KFAI, Minneapolis, October 15, 1996.
Marvin Kalb Show, Ch. 8, C-Span, Los Angeles, Oct. 11, 1996.
USA Radio Network, Dallas, October 9, 1996.
WLAC, Tennessee Public Radio, Sept. 16, 1996.
CBS Radio, Crosstalk, September 9, 1996.
NBC Radio, Washington, D.C. Sept. 8, 1996.
KQED, National Public Radio, San Francisco, Aug. 29, 1996.
Diane Rehm Show, WAMU, Chicago, August 26, 1996.
Jim Bohannon Show, August 21, 1996.
C-Span, Washington Journal, August 13, 1996.
TV Tokyo, September 13, 1988.
CNN, Biz Day, May 31, 1988.
NHK, Japanese Broadcasting Company, May 12, 1988.
WWDB, Philadelphia, May 12, 1988.
WJNO, Palm Beach, May 9, 1988.
WABC, Ed Bush Show, May 7 1988.
Channel 8, Cleveland, May 5, 1988.
Adam Smith's Money World, May 1, 1988.
Canadian Broadcasting System, April 22, 1988.
WCAU, Philadelphia, April 14, 1988.
Biznet, "It's Your Business," April 10, 1988.
C-Span, April 6, 1988.
CNN, April 4, and April 6
Michael Jackson Show, Los Angeles, March 17, 1988.
WBBM TV/"Moneytalks," Chicago, March 4, 1988.
WBEZ Radio, "Sondra Gair Show," Chicago, March 4, 1988.
National Public Radio, Chicago, March 4, 1988.
WABC Television News Interview, March 3, 1988.
WGN Radio, "Extension 720 with Milt Rosenberg," Mar.3, 1988.
The Today Show, February 25, 1988.
National Public Radio, All Things Considered, Feb. 25, 1988.
Paul Bensequin Show, Boston, February 21, 1988.
Oprah Winfrey Show, December 13, 1988.
WTIC, Hartford, March 31, 1988.
WABC, Los Angeles, Ray Breem Show, March 30, 1988.
WCBS, Business Update, March 30, 1988.
WRC, Washington, DC, Joel Spivak Show, March 25, 1988.
KIRO, Seattle, March 25, 1988.
McNeil Lehrer Newshour, March 22, 1988, and Sept. 27, 1988.
C-Span, Washington, DC, October 12, 1984.
American Business Network, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, February CBS - TV, Nightwatch, Washington, DC, February 2, 1984.
Cable Network News, Dallas, Texas, January 24, 1984.
WRC - TV, Washington, DC, January 3, 1984.
Panorama, WTTG - TV, Washington, DC, TV, Dec. 23, 1983.
Larry King Show, Washington, DC, TV, December 23, 1983.
ABC Radio News, Detroit, December 6, 1983.
WAMU Radio, Fred Fiske Show, November 29, 1983.
WOUB Radio, Ohio, November 10, 1983.
National Public Radio, Washington, DC, November 4, 1983.
WASH Radio, Washington, DC, November 3, 1983.
WHO Radio, Des Moines, Iowa, November 2, 1983.
ABC Radio, Washington, DC, October 26, 1988.
Cable Network News, NY, October 2, 1983
Additional Interviews: Press, TV & Radio
* Financial News Network, March 21, 1990.
* CNN, Cable News Network, March 27, 1990.
* Japan Broadcasting Co., March 2, 1990.
* Industry Week, The Washington Post, Investor's Daily, Bungei
Shungu, Mainichi Shimbun, Japan Economic Journal, Nikke
Business, Keizai, Asahi Shimbun, Associated Press,Baltimore Sun
among other newspapers and magazines from 1989-90.
* MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour, September 27, 1989.
* KMOX, St. Louis, October 4, 1989.
* Financial Broadcasting Network, November 3, 1989.
* NBC Network News, November 3, 1989.
* Channel 5, Washington DC, November 5, 1989.
* The Today Show, NBC, November 6, 1989.
* National Public Radio, November 6, 1989.
* WRC Radio, November 7, 1989.
* KCET-TV, California, November 16, 1989.
* NBC Nightly News, December 3, 1989.
* CNN, January 9, 1990.
* European Business Channel, London, Feb. 14, 1990.
* London Independent, September 29, 1989.
* Asahi Shimbun, September 11, 1989.
* American Radio Network, September 10, 1989.
* Financial News Network, August 30, 1989.
* Nihon Keizai Shimbun, July 14, 1989.
* Newstalk, WMC, July 5, 1989.
* Bev Smith Show, WRC-AM, June 20, 1989.
* Michael Jackson Show, KABC-AM, June 19, 1989.
* Larry King Show, Mutual Broadcasting Radio, June 15, 1989.
* Noon News, WMAT-TV, Baltimore, June 15, 1989.
* Roger Hedgecock Show, KSDO-AM, San Diego, June 14, 1989.
* Investors Club of the Air, Money Radio Network, Anaheim, June
* Connie Martinson Talks Books, TMPO-TV, Los Angeles, June 12,
* Dick Spengler Show, Financial Broadcast Radio, Los Angeles, June
* Airtalk, KPCC-AM, Pasadena, June 9, 1989.
* Carol Hemingway Show, KGIL-AM, Los Angeles, June 9, 1989
* World of Money, KEIV-AM, Los Angeles, June 9, 1989.
* All Night With Ray Briem, ABC Radio, Los Angeles, June 8, 1989.
* KFI-AM, Tom Heykis Show, Los Angeles, June 8, 1989.
* CNBC-TV, CNBC Live, June 7, 1989.
* WOR-AM, Rambling with Gambling, June 7, 1989.
* WMCA, Paul Smith Show, New York City, June 7, 1989.
* WTOP-AM, June 6, 1989.
* Mutual Broadcasting Co., June 5, 1989.
* NBC News, June 5, 1989.
* Alan Christian Show, Baltimore, MD, June 5, 1989.
* Voice of America, April 3, 1989.
* Financial Broadcasting Network, April 5, 1989.
* Oprah Winfrey Show, Chicago, December 13, 1988.
* London Times, October 19, 1988.
* Diane Rehm Show, WAMU-FM, October 14, 1988.
* TV-Tokyo, September 13, 1988.
* Minnesota Public Radio, September 10, 1988.
* Hokaido Shimbun, August 23, 1988.
* China News Agency, October 14, 1988.
* World Link, June 1988.
* Avenue, May 1988, in "Prophets/Gurus of Global
* Honolulu Advertiser, April 27, 1988.
* Dallas Times Herald, April 27, 1988.
* San Jose Mercury News, April 17, 1988.
* St. Petersburg Times, April 11, 1988.
* Japan Weekly Post, April 5, 1988.
* Investors Daily, March 29, 1988.
* Agenda, A Briefing Paper for the Chrysler Motors Executive, March
* USA Today, March 24 and March 25, 1988.
* Newsday, March 23, l988.
* Los Angeles Times, March 6, 1988.
* Chicago Sun Times, March 4, 1988.
* Asahi Shimbun, March 2, 1988 and September, 1989.
* Reuters, February 25, 1988.
* Japan Economic Weekly, February 17, 1988.
* Christian Science Monitor, February 5, 1988.
* Industry Week, February 1, 1988.
Boards and Advisory Panels
Fulbright Selection Committee, Council on International Exchange of Scholars, l993 and l994.
Appointed by Maryland Governor William D. Schaefer to membership on the State Commission on Hereditary and Congenital Disorders for a four year term, 1989-1993.
Research Education Advisory Panel, General Accounting Office, 1988-present.
Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) of the Congress of the United States, panel member on the Advisory Panel on "Technology, Public Policy, and the Changing Nature of Federal Information Dissemination," 1987-88.
National Academy of Public Administration, fellow and member of the board of directors: 2002-2006. Panel member investigating congressional oversight of regulatory agencies, 1987-88. Also member and chair of the Nominations Committee.
National Endowment for the Humanities, Panelist, September 1979.
Office of Personnel Management, Panelist, October, 1979.
White House Fellowship, D.C. panel, 1981 and 1982.
Leadership Positions - Professional and Community
President, National Capital Area Political Science Association, 1988-89.
Chair, Section on Natural Resources and Environmental Administration, American Society for Public Administration, 1982-1983.
President, Women's Caucus for Political Science, American Political Science Association, 1977-1978.
County Committeewoman and District Leader, Essex County, New Jersey, Elected 1969-1973.
Co-President, Wyngate PTA, elected 1981-82.
Leadership Positions – University
Chair, Faculty-Staff Committee of The George Washington University Capital Campaign, 1986-present. (Committee raised $2.3 million to date.)
Chair, George Washington University. Faculty Senate Committee on Fiscal Planning and Budgeting, 1985-86.
Member, Faculty Senate, elected by the School of Government and Business Administration, George Washington University, 1983-1991.
Member, Executive Committee of the Faculty Senate, 1987-90.
Member, The George Washington University Commission on the Year 2000, appointed to represent the School of Government and Business Administration, The George Washington University, by President Lloyd Elliot.
Chair, Dean's Council, School of Government and Business Administration, The George Washington University, 1982-present.
Chair, The Resources Committee of the Faculty Senate, The George Washington University, 1983-84.
Various committees at George Mason University: 1998-present.
Leadership Positions - Conference Management
Director, Nine conferences on Women and Political Leadership, l975-l978, Washington Institute for Women and Politics
Leader, Seminar on "National Security and Economic Inter-dependence," George Washington University, 1993-present. (Seminar and conferences have run six-seven times per academic year, and have included participants from the academic community, Capitol Hill, the media, the diplomatic corps, and the executive branch of government.
Conference Chair, November 2002. National Academy of Public Administration, Conference on Bioethics.
Advisory Board Memberships
National Academy of Public Administration – 2001-2006.
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, National Board, 1988-present.
Research and Advisory Policy Board, General Accounting Office, 1990-present.
Cystic Fibrosis foundation, Metropolitan D.C. Chapter. (Chair: Government Affairs Committee), 1985-present.
Editorial Board, Policy Studies Review, 1980-present.
Linda Pollin Institute, University of Maryland, 1983-85.
Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center, 1978-87.
Editorial Board, Sage Electoral Studies Yearbook, Sage Publications, 1974-1978.
State National Bank of Maryland, Women's HQ, 1975-78.
First Women's Bank of Maryland, 1976-1978.
Women's Campaign Fund, 1976-1978.
International Women's Year Conference, State of Maryland, 1977.
International Women’s Forum, 2006 - present
The Cosmos Club, 1988 - present.
The Kenwood Club, l996-present.
Date of birth: 1/14/41
Citizenship: United States
Place of birth: New York City