Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs
Wednesday, 15 September 2010 09:07

Report from flood symposium released

Proceedings from the 2009 symposium From Sandbags to Sanity: The Policy Implications of the Midwest Floods of 2008 are now available.

The La Follette School report that no skills gap exists in Wisconsin is getting good play in the media.

The Wisconsin governor's wide-ranging budget-repair bill that ended public-sector collective bargaining will be discussed by two journalists on Tuesday, April 30, from noon to 1 p.m. in the La Follette School Conference Room.
Wisconsin Representative Mark Pocan of Madison will discuss the state budget as part of the La Follette School's public budgeting class on Monday, March 21. La Follette School students, faculty and staff are invited to his presentation at 4:20 p.m. in 6203 Sewell Social Sciences Building.
Professor Andrew Reschovsky spoke last month to the UW Cooperative Administrative Committee on Wisconsin’s budget prospects and the implications for Cooperative Extension. Link to the video (in three parts).
Tax expert Andrew Reschovsky shares his insights on on Wisconsin governor Scott Walker's proposal to eliminate most of the state's public sector unions' collective bargaining rights and increase employee contributions to pension and health insurance benefits.
Friday, 27 December 2013 08:53

Reschovsky discusses income tax

La Follette School economist Andrew Reschovsky discusses on Wisconsin Public Radio Wisconsin governor Scott Walker's proposal to reduce or eliminate the individual income tax  in Wisconsin. Listen online
Thursday, 01 October 2009 10:38

Reschovsky shares public finance expertise

Public finance expert Andrew Reschovsky discussed the state budget crisis with the steering committee of the Public Representation Organization of the Faculty Senate, a voluntary non-profit organization that advocates on behalf of University of Wisconsin–Madison faculty.
Economist Andrew Reschovsky comments on Wisconsin's budget and the re-emergence of the state's structural deficit in the Isthmus' Daily Page web site. Read more …
Andrew Reschovsky has spent his career exploring how tax policies affect individuals and the various ways in which state and local governments are financed. Although the government finance expert is retiring from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, his research schedule remains full.
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