The Fiscal Research Center (FRC) is a nonpartisan academic think tank that leverages the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies’ public finance expertise to assist Georgia’s state policymakers on questions of tax and economic policy. The FRC’s technical assistance responsibilities include supporting the Georgia state fiscal economist, developing estimates for tax-related fiscal notes, writing the Georgia State Tax Expenditure Report, and conducting research on a variety of topics associated with Georgia state and local fiscal policy issues. The work of the FRC also includes collaborating with faculty, developing graduate student capacity, and maintaining the data resources and technical capacity to make the center an area of excellence in state and local tax and economic policy. To learn more about FRC and its college, the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, visit https://frc.gsu.edu/about and https://aysps.gsu.edu.
Submissions from 2007
Overview and Comparison of the Value Added Tax and The Retail Sales Tax, Jorge Martinez-Vazquez, Sally Wallace, and Laura Wheeler
Submissions from 2000
State and Local Government Choices in Fiscal Redistribution, Roy W. Bahl, Jorge Martinez-Vazquez, and Sally Wallace
Submissions from 1998
Structure of School Districts in Georgia: Economies of Scale and Determinants of Consolidation, L.R. Jameson Boex and Jorge Martinez-Vazquez
A Comparative Analysis of Southeastern States’ Income Tax Treatment of Exporters, Ernest R. Larkins, Jorge Martinez-Vazquez, and John J. Masselli