B.A., M.A., George Washington University; J.D., University of Pittsburgh
David Brunori is a Research Professor of Public Policy at the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration at The George Washington University, where he teaches courses in state and local public finance, administrative law, and fiscal federalism. He serves as executive vice president of Editorial Operations at Tax Analysts. He is also contributing editor of State Tax Notes magazine, and the author of The Politics of State Taxation, a weekly column focusing on state tax and budget politics.
He edited The Future of State Taxation, and has published articles in the National Tax Journal and the State and Local Government Review. His book, State Tax Policy: a Political Perspective, won the 2001 Choice Award for the best public finance book. He has also authored Local Tax Policy: a Federalist Perspective. He has served as an appellate trial attorney with the Tax Division of the United States Department of Justice and practiced with a Washington, DC law firm. He was a David C. Lincoln Fellow at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.