Daniel L. Feldman

John Jay College
Department of Public Management

John Jay College, Department of Public Management
524 West 59th Street, Room 3538B North
New York, NY
USA
10019
dfeldman@jjay.cuny.edu

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I continue to work on a proposal to meld the jurisprudence of Lon Fuller, the leading American jurisprudential scholar in the third quarter of the 20th century, with a modern form of consequentialism in order to build a stronger foundation for the legitimacy of American legal institutions. With a co-author, I am writing a chapter for a book about the New York State Constitution on the gap between the aspirations of the New York State judiciary, as reflected in that Constitution, and the reality.

Citation:
Feldman, Daniel L. 2015. The Legitimacy of United States Government Agency Power. 75(1) Public Administration Review 75-84.
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Feldman, Daniel L. 2016. Administrative Law: TheSources and Limits of Government Agency Power. Sage/CQ Press. Thousand Oaks, California.
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Feldman, Daniel L., and David Eichenthal. 2013. The Art of the Watchdog: Fighting Fraud, Waste, Abuse and Corruption in Government. SUNY Press, Albany, NY.
Abstract: Does government fraud, waste, abuse, and corruption make your blood boil? In The Art of the Watchdog, Daniel L. Feldman and David R. Eichenthal show how to fight back. Based on their own work in federal, state, and local government over the last forty years, they will arm you with the tools and techniques needed to put the spotlight on those who cheat and steal from the public or who squander valuable taxpayer dollars through waste and inefficiency. At the same time, Feldman and Eichenthal outline what they see as the good and the bad of current oversight efforts based on case studies from across the nation. Ultimately their goal is to ensure that the “art of the watchdog” does not become a lost one and to improve the quality and integrity of government and strengthen democracy.
Citation:
Feldman, Daniel L. 1991. "John Stuart Mill and the Middle Road for American Constitutional Jurisprudence." 20 Perspectives on Political Science 197-202.
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Feldman, Daniel L., and Gerald Benjamin. 2010. Tales from the Sausage Factory: Making Laws in New York State. SUNY Press. Albany, NY.

Substantive Focus:
Law and Policy PRIMARY
Governance SECONDARY
Social Policy

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Analysis and Evaluation PRIMARY

Keywords

OVERSIGHT INVESTIGATION LON FULLER JURISPRUDENCE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW