May 2007 Vol. 105 No. 7 THE REVIEW

Correspondence: A Reality Check on an Empirical Study: Comments on "Inside the Administrative State"

Sally Katzen

Presidential control is the term used for the process (or some would say, the model) by which agency decision-making (more particularly, rule-making) is brought under the direction of the president to “render such decision-making accountable and effective.” Until now scholars, who have generally endorsed both the theory and the practice of the process, have written from the perspective of those who exercise presidential control—those at the White House or the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (“OIRA”).

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