Pulliam co-authors report comparing different tax credit policies
February 7, 2019
Master of Public Administration
Political Science, B.A.
Maxwell alumnus Chris Pulliam ’17 BA (Econ/Psc)/’18 MPA co-authored “Lots of plans to boost tax credits: which is best?” for the Brookings Institution. The report, which was co-authored with Isabel Sawhill, examines various proposed and current tax credit policies in the United States, including the earned income tax credit, child tax credit, and workers tax credit.
Pulliam works as a research assistant at the Brookings’ Center on Children and Families. Since starting last year, Pulliam has co-authored two research reports and four blog posts for Brookings, ranging from discussions on tax policy to an analysis of the middle-class’ growing social safety net. He was recently featured in the Fall 2018 issue of the Maxwell Perspective.
You can read Pulliam’s report on the Brookings website.