"Problems in U.S. Standard-Setting: The Implications of the Shift to Control Functions," with Lafayette Walker. MIDWEST REVIEW OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 13 (1, March), 1979: 25-49.

[This article was an initial foray into the field of government regulation. It focuses on the increasing reliance on standard-setting and the implications of that trend. Much of my current thinking on accountability has its roots in this paper, and my perspective owes much to discussions with my co-author who was not merely a friend and colleague through undergraduate and graduate school, but also an accomplished administrator at NOAA, the Bureau of Standards and the Civil Rights Office at HEW. Several years my senior, the late Dr. Walker eventually left government service for the private sector.]