Thomas Savidge is the Research Manager of the Center for State Fiscal Reform at ALEC. He researches and writes on state tax and fiscal policy, applying knowledge learned in the classroom and working in the policy world.
Savidge earned his Masters in Public Policy from George Mason University in 2017 and his Bachelors in Political Science and Philosophy from SUNY New Paltz in 2015.
Prior to joining ALEC, Savidge worked with the Charles Koch Foundation, the Mercatus Center at George Mason University and the Empire Center for Public Policy.
Originally from New York, Savidge spends his spare time reading and studying economics.
Unfunded state pension liabilities total $4.9 trillion or $15,080 for every man, woman and child in the United States. State governments are often obligated, by contract and state constitutional law, …
States issue a diverse array of bonded obligations, with a range of obligation strength, revenue sources, debt service schedules and other factors. This study collects and analyzes the bonded obligations …
The Continuing Need for OPEB Reform