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Andrew Reschovsky

Andrew Reschovsky

Expert on public finance, school finance, Wisconsin government spending and taxation, federal tax policy, property tax

Professor emeritus, public affairs and applied economics, La Follette School of Public Affairs La Follette School of Public Affairs — Home and cell phones available upon request Home page


  • Economist specializing in public finance, especially state and local government public finance
  • Extensive research on school funding, on the costs of achieving an "adequate" education, and in modeling school funding reform in Wisconsin
  • Fiscal problems of central cities, estimating fiscal health of governments in metropolitan areas
  • Public finance in South Africa, education funding and funding of local governments


  • Visiting fellow, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, Mass.
  • Experience at U.S. Department of Treasury, Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development
  • Faculty affiliate, Institute for Research on Poverty, Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Post-secondary Education