DONALD AXELROD is chairman of the Public Administration Department, Graduate School of Public Affairs, State University of New York at Albany. He is coauthor of Dollars and Sense: Budgeting for Today's Campus.
GERALD BENJAMIN, associate professor of political science at the State University College at New Paltz, is author of the forthcoming Race Relations and the New York City Commission on Human Rights.
BLANCHE BERNSTEIN is director of research on urban social problems at the Center for New York City Affairs, New School for Social Research. She is the author of Social Benefits in New York: Adequacy, Incentives, and Equity.
ALAN CHARTOCK, a consultant to the New York City Police Department, teaches political science at the State University College at New Paltz.
WILLIAM G. COLMAN, former director of the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, is a consultant to state and local governments. He is also a visiting lecturer in government at the University of Virginia.
ROBERT H. CONNERY is professor of government in Columbia University and president of the Academy of Political Science.
DONALD H. HAIDER, who teaches at the Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, is the author of When Governments Come to Washington: Governors, Mayors, and Intergovernmental Lobbying.
RAYMOND D. HORTON teaches at the Graduate School of Business, Columbia University. He is the author of Municipal Labor Relations in New York City: Lessons of the Lindsay-Wagner years.
RICHARD J. KALISH is associate professor of political economy at the State University of New York at Albany. He has written extensively on environmental economics.
FRANK S. KRISTOF is director of the Division of Economics and Housing Finance of the New York State Urban Development Corporation and adjunct professor of planning at the School of Architecture, Columbia University.