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  • MARK ALEX PETERSON

    Professor of Public Policy, Political Science, and Law http://luskin.ucla.edu/mark-peterson

    December 2017

    Home Office 10338 Ilona Avenue Department of Public Policy

    Los Angeles, California 90064 UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin School of Public Affairs

    (310) 553-5272 3250 School of Public Affairs Building

    Los Angeles, California 90095-1656

    (310) 794-4270, (310) 206-0337 (fax)

    markap@ucla.edu

    EDUCATION

    The University of Michigan A.B., 1977

    Ann Arbor, Michigan A.M., 1981

    Ph.D., 1985

    Pomona College Transferred, 1975

    Claremont, California

    PUBLICATIONS

    Books

    Authored

    Annenberg Democracy Project (group authored). Institutions of American Democracy: A Republic Divided. New York: Oxford

    University Press, 2007.

    Peterson, Mark A. Legislating Together: The White House and Capitol Hill from Eisenhower to Reagan. Cambridge, Mass.:

    Harvard University Press, 1990. Paperback edition issued 1993.

    Earlier version was recipient of the American Political Science Association E. E. Schattschneider Award and the Midwest

    Political Science Association Pi Sigma Alpha Award.

    Edited

    Tolleson-Rinehart, Sue, and Mark A. Peterson, editors. Health Politics and Policy (Four Volume Set). London: Sage

    Publications, 2010.

    Compilations of enduring works previously published in peer-reviewed journals, with our introductions.

    Volume 1: Defining Health Systems: Path Dependence and Policy Emergence

    Volume 2: Tensions in Health Policy: Ethics, Interests, and the Public

    Volume 3: Health Systems in Comparative Perspective

    Volume 4: The Contemporary Politics of Health System Reform

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    Aberbach, Joel D, and Mark A. Peterson, eds. Institutions of American Democracy: The Executive Branch. New York: Oxford

    University Press, 2005.

    Published as part of the Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands and Oxford University Press Institutions of American

    Democracy project.

    Recipient of the 2006 Richard E. Neustadt Award for the Best Reference Book on the Presidency from the Presidency

    Study Group of the American Political Science Association.

    Hammer, Peter J., Deborah Haas-Wilson, Mark A. Peterson, and William M. Sage, editors. Uncertain Times: Kenneth Arrow and

    the Changing Economics of Health Care. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2003.

    Peterson, Mark A., editor. Healthy Markets? The New Competition in Medical Care. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1998.

    With Joel D. Aberbach, Frank R. Baumgartner, Thomas L. Gais, David C. King, and Kim Lane Scheppele prepared, edited, and

    contributed to: Jack L. Walker. Mobilizing Interest Groups in America: Patrons, Professions, and Social Movements.

    Ann Arbor, Mich.: The University of Michigan Press, 1991.

    Conceived and Edited Special Book-Length Journal Issues (Commissioned Essays) Who Shall Lead? Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 28 (April-June 2003): 181-524.

    The Managed Care Backlash, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 24 (October 1999): 873-1218.

    Health Care into the Next Century: Markets, States, and CommunitiesPart 3: Community and Learning, Journal of Health

    Politics, Policy and Law 22 (August 1997): 933-1114.

    Health Care into the Next Century: Markets, States, and CommunitiesPart 2: StatesThe Policy Crucible, Journal of Health

    Politics, Policy and Law 22 (June 1997): 687-906.

    Health Care into the Next Century: Markets, States, and CommunitiesPart 1: Legacies and Markets, Journal of Health Politics,

    Policy and Law 22 (April 1997): 291-666.

    Later revised and published as Healthy Markets? The New Competition in Medical Care, listed above, with additions.

    Journal Articles

    Peterson, Mark A. Reversing Course on Obamacare: Why Not Another Medicare Catastrophic? Journal of Health Politics,

    Policy and Law: forthcoming 2018.

    Peterson, Mark A. In the Shadow of Politics: The Pathways of Research Evidence to Health Policy Making. Special Issue on

    Policy Analysis and the Politics of Health Policy. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 43(3) (June 2018):

    forthcoming.

    Peterson, Mark A., The Ideological and Partisan Polarization of Health Care Reform and Tax Policy. Tax Law Review 65(4),

    2012: 627-667.

    Peterson, Mark A. It Was a Different Time: Obama and the Unique Opportunity for Health Care Reform. Special Issue on

    Health Care Reform. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 36 (June 2011): 429-436.

    Bergman, Jonathan, Susan Logan, Arlene Fink, David A. Ganz, Mark A. Peterson, Mark S. Litwin, Caring for the Uninsured

    with Prostate Cancer: A Comparison of Four Policy Alternatives in California. Journal of Community Health 35(1)

    (February 2010): 18-26.

    Leibowitz, Arleen, and Mark A. Peterson. Perspective on the U.S. Health Care System. Rivista Italiana di Politiche Pubbliche

    2 (2009): 9-41.

    Aberbach, Joel D., Mark A. Peterson, Paul J. Quirk. Who Wants Presidential Supremacy? Findings from the Institutions of

    American Democracy Project. Presidential Studies Quarterly 37 (September 2007): 515-530.

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    Peterson, Mark A., Helen DuPlessis, David Ganz, Neal Halfon, Arleen Leibowitz. Framing the Debate: A Strategy for

    Transforming the American Health-Care System. Context (Fall 2007): 77-91.

    Peterson, Mark A. Introduction: Who Shall Lead? Special Issue on Who Shall Lead? Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law

    28 (combined April and June 2003): 181-194.

    Peterson, Mark A. From Trust to Political Power: Interest Groups, Public Choice, and Health Care Markets. Special Issue on

    Kenneth Arrow and the Changing Economics of Health Care. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 26 (October

    2001): 1145-1163.

    Revised and reprinted in: Peter J. Hammer, Deborah Haas-Wilson, Mark A. Peterson, and William M. Sage, editors.

    Uncertain Times: Kenneth Arrow and the Changing Economics of Health Care. Durham, NC: Duke University Press,

    2003.

    Peterson, Mark A. The Fate of Big Government in the United States: Not Over, But Undermined? Governance 13 (April 2000):

    137-150.

    Peterson, Mark A. The Limits of Social Learning: Translating Analysis into Action, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law

    22 (August 1997): 1077-1114.

    Revised and reprinted in: Mark A. Peterson, ed. Healthy Markets? The New Competition in Medical Care. Durham, N.C.:

    Duke University Press, 1998.

    Peterson, Mark A. Introduction: Health Care into the Next Century, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 22 (April 1997):

    291-313.

    Revised and reprinted in: Mark A. Peterson, ed. Healthy Markets? The New Competition in Medical Care. Durham, N.C.:

    Duke University Press, 1998.

    Peterson, Mark A. "The Policy Process in Health Care." In Louise Comfort, ed., Initiating Change: Theory and Practice, published

    as special issue of the American Behavioral Scientist 40 (January 1997): 341-353.

    Peterson, Mark A. "Health Care and the Hill: Why Is This Year Different from All Others?" PS: Political Science & Politics 27

    (June 1994): 202-207.

    Peterson, Mark A. "Clinton and Congress: What Do You Expect?" In Extension of Remarks, "Clinton and the Congress: Assessing

    the First Year." APSA Legislative Studies Section Newsletter, American Political Science Association. 1994.

    Peterson, Mark A. "Institutional Change and the New Politics of Health Care in the 1990s." American Behavioral Scientist 36 (July

    1993): 782-801.

    Revised and reprinted in: Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau, ed. Health Care Reform in the Nineties. Sage Publications, 1994.

    Peterson, Mark A. "Political Influence in the 1990s: From Iron Triangles to Policy Networks." Journal of Health Politics, Policy

    and Law 18 (Summer 1993): 395-438.

    Revised and reprinted in: James A. Morone and Gary S. Belkin, eds. The Politics of Health Care Reform: Lessons from

    the Past, Prospects for the Future. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1994.

    Reprinted in: Theda Skocpol and John L. Campbell, eds. American Society and Politics: Institutional, Historical and

    Theoretical Perspectives. New York: McGraw-Hill 1995.

    Peterson, Mark A. "Report from Congress: Momentum Toward Health Care Reform in the U.S. Senate." Journal of Health Politics,

    Policy and Law 17 (Fall 1992): 553-573.

    Peterson, Mark A. "The Presidency and Organized Interests: White House Patterns of Interest Group Liaison." American Political

    Science Review 86 (September 1992): 612-625.

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    Gais, Thomas L., Mark A. Peterson, and Jack L. Walker. "Interest Groups, Iron Triangles, and Representative Institutions in

    American National Government." British Journal of Political Science 14 (April 1984): 161-185.

    Reprinted in: Harrison Fox, Easton White, and Edwin Timbers, eds. The Domestic Political Scene, pp. 141-168.

    Washington, D.C.: National Defense University, 1987.

    Chapters in Edited Volumes

    Peterson, Mark A. The Third Rail of Politics: The Rise and Fall of Medicares Untouchability. In Alan B. Cohen, David C.

    Colby, Keith A. Wailoo, and Julian E. Zelizer, eds. Medicare and Medicaid at 50: Americas Entitlement Programs in the

    Age of the Affordable Care Act. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.

    Peterson,