State-Level Dynamic Scoring Research and Conversation
The Center for State and Local Finance and the Fiscal Research Center recently completed two research projects focusing on state-level dynamic scoring research. Below you will find links to all of our recent work, including reports, commentary, news articles and video. If you have questions about our research, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Impact of Interstate Mobility on the Effectiveness of Property Tax Reduction in Georgia
- Modeling Fundamental Georgia Tax Reform Using REMI
- Dynamic Revenue Analysis: Experience of the States
- A Multiregional Model of Growth Oriented Tax Reforms: An Application to Georgia and Five Comparison States
- Dynamic Revenue Analysis: Experience of the States (Federation of Tax Administrators’ conference, September 2015)
- Revenue Neutral Fundamental Tax Reform in Georgia: A REMI Analysis (Federation of Tax Administrators’ conference, September 2015)
- The Kansas Experiment: Considering Dynamic Effects (Kansas Economic Policy Conference at The University of Kansas, October 2013)
- Fundamental Tax Reform Fizzles, Flourishes in Contrasting Models
- Dynamic Scoring: Caveats and Controversy
- Video: View a recorded presentation of the dynamic scoring webinar hosted by the Center for State and Local Finance on June 26.
- PDF: Download the presentation only.
- Governing: “The States’ Disappointing Experience with Dynamic Scoring” by Carolyn Bourdeaux
- Peter Bluestone, senior research associate, Center for State and Local Finance/Fiscal Research Center
- Carolyn Bourdeaux, associate professor, Public Management and Public Policy; director, Center for State and Local Finance
- Andrew Feltenstein, professor, Department of Economics
- Mark Rider, associate professor, Department of Economics
- David L. Sjoquist, professor, Department of Economics