Dylan Grundman joined the Center in January 2010. He works as a Research Associate for the State Fiscal Project.
Prior to joining the Center, Grundman worked for an anti-poverty coalition in Illinois.
He holds a B.A. in Political Science from Arizona State University and an M.A. in City and Regional Planning from Cornell University.
- Six Reasons Why Supermajority Requirements to Raise Taxes Are a Bad Idea
- The Current Services Baseline: A Tool for Understanding Budget Choices
- Better-Than-Expected State Tax Collections Highlight Importance of Income Taxes
- Promoting State Budget Accountability Through Tax Expenditure Reporting
- A Balanced Approach to Closing State Deficits