Paul Light

Professor of Public Service, New York University

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Professor of Public Service at New York University and founding principal investigator of its Organizational Performance Initiative; author of A Government Ill Executed: The Decline of the Federal Service and How to Reverse It

Paul Light on KCRW

Cyber crime is a real threat to the economy. Railroads, air traffic control and electric utilities are already the targets of “Weapons of Mass Disruption.”

Another 'Czar' at the Obama White House

Cyber crime is a real threat to the economy. Railroads, air traffic control and electric utilities are already the targets of “Weapons of Mass Disruption.”

from To the Point

Despite  Barack Obama 's reminder that "there is only one president at a time," with the increasing urgency of the economic issues facing the country, America's President-elect is…

Presidential Transition in a Time of Crisis

Despite Barack Obama 's reminder that "there is only one president at a time," with the increasing urgency of the economic issues facing the country, America's President-elect is…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Just a few weeks ago,  President-elect Barack Obama  reminded the media, "There is only one president at a time."

The Building Urgency of the Economic Crisis

Just a few weeks ago, President-elect Barack Obama reminded the media, "There is only one president at a time."

from To the Point

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