Andrew Reschovsky is Professor Emeritus of Public Affairs and Applied Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has taught in educational programs and undertaken research for the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, where he served as Resident Fellow in Taxation. He has published widely on topics related to state and local government finance. His current research focuses on the impact of the housing crisis on the financing of large American central cities, the measurement of municipal fiscal health in China and in the U.S., and local government tax autonomy in the U.S. He has served as an advisor to the South African Financial and Fiscal Commission and the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris. In 2011, he was awarded the Steven D. Gold award by the Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management in recognition of his contributions to state and local fiscal policy. He earned a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Pennsylvania.