Erik Erlandson is a Client Development Associate with S&P Global Market Intelligence in New York. Eric earned his doctorate in history at the University of Virginia. His dissertation, “Regulator-in-Chief: The Presidency, Red Tape, and the Transformation of the Administrative State, 1975-1981.” Erik’s work has appeared in the Journal of Policy History, the Business History Review, and The Washington Post. He was awarded the 2018 Ellis Hawley Prize from the Journal of Policy History (for the best article by an early career scholar). Prior to joining S&P Global, Erik lectured in legal history at the University of Virginia.
Confronting Leviathan: The Struggle to Control the Administrative State in Twentieth-Century America