David Nice is a political scientist at Washington State University in Pullman and the coauthor of The Politics of Intergovernmental Relations.
Daniel Elazar holds appointments at Bar-Ilan University in Tel Aviv and Temple University in Philadelphia. He is the author of American Federalism: A View from the States and American Mosaic: The Impact of Space, Time, and Culture on American Politics.
Beverly Cigler is in the School of Public Affairs at Pennsylvania State University-Harrisburg. Her work on local administration has appeared in leading scholarly outlets.
Jeffrey Stonecash is in the Department of Political Science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University and is the author of American State and Local Politics.
Peter Eisinger is in the LaFollette Institute for Public Affairs at University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is the author of The Rise of the Entrepreneurial State: State and Local Development Policy in the United States and State Economic Development in the 1990s.
Daniel DiLeo is a political scientist at Pennsylvania State University-Altoona; he writes about the impact of public opinion on gubernatorial agendas and the differences between governors' and presidents' agendas in the 1990s.
James Lester is a political scientist at Colorado State University. He is the author of Public Policy: An Evolutionary Approach and the editor of Environmental Politics and Policy: Theories and Evidence.
Emmett Lombard is a political scientist at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. He has published articles about state environmental policy and air quality management in scholarly journals.
Timothy Tilton is a political scientist at Indiana University Bloomington. An authority on welfare states in western Europe, Tilton has retired from politics and is doing field research on the development of national parks in different countries.
Charles Barrilleaux is a political scientist at Florida State University. He has published articles on state politics, policy, and administration in leading scholarly journals.