The group's clients include manufacturing firms, healthcare, auto rental, and energy companies, utilities, law and consulting firms, and trade associations.
From May 2000 to May 2003, Paul was a Visiting Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. Prior to AEI, London was Senior Policy Advisor at the U.S. Department of Commerce from 1993 to 2000. He advised the Secretary of Commerce to increase the Department's involvement in health care policy and represented the Department in the development of privacy regulations for electronic healthcare information under the terms of the Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. London also served as deputy undersecretary of commerce for economics and statistics from 1993 to 1997.
London researches the U.S. economy, banking, energy, and transportation regulation, healthcare modernization, trade (NAFTA and Europe), European Community economic issues, and privatization. His energy-related research projects have included Report on the Economic Costs of Failing to Assure Transmission Access for Qualified Facilities and Independent Power Producer Generators (1988) and Developing Support in Washington for Expanded Hydro-electric Imports to the Northeast (1986). London has also written on trade issues including, Investment, Trade, and U.S. Gains from the NAFTA (1992) and Trade Issues in Biotechnology (1990). London wrote one of the first books on privatization in economic development: The Role of Merchants in Development (Praeger, 1975). He has also written a host of articles that have appeared in The Washington Post, The New York Times and Newsday. Some of these articles include Health Care Needs a Push to Modernize (Newsday 2003), Fed Must Fix Speculation, Not Inflation (Newsday 2000), and Clinton is a "Tom Jones" for Our Times (Newsday 1998).
London's new book is entitled The Competition Solution, The Bipartisan Secret behind American Prosperity. The Competition Solution contrasts the vibrant, competition-driven American economy of the 1990s with the oligopolistic, inflation-prone one of the 1970s. Just as the prosperity of the 1990s was driven by more intense competition, London argues that future prosperity will depend less on tax cuts and monetary policy than on having the political courage to maintain competition where it is strong and expand it in industries with still-rising costs, such as health care and education.
London received his B.A. from Harvard College and graduated magna cum laude. He then went on to obtain his M.A. in public administration and Ph.D. in political economy and government from Harvard University.
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