Andrew is the Director of Federal Projects for the Tax Foundation. In that role, he supervises the Tax Foundation's federal policy research team and guides the foundation’s federal research and education projects. Additionally, he leads outreach efforts to federal policymakers where he focuses on turning theory into practice by distilling complex tax policy into useful and accessible economics.
Andrew is the co-author of the International Tax Competitiveness Index, which measures the tax competitiveness of the 34 countries in the OECD, and the co-author of Business in America Illustrated: A Visual Guide to Business, Taxes, and the Economy.
Prior to joining the Tax Foundation in 2012, Andrew worked on Capitol Hill, for a public relations firm, and with two different media organizations, spending time at ABC News and working for John Stossel at Fox News.
Andrew has completed a certificate in management through the Koch Associate Program and holds bachelor’s degrees in economics and journalism from New York University.
Tax treatment of beer varies widely across the U.S., ranging from a low of $0.02 per gallon in Wyoming to a high of $1.29 per gallon in Tennessee. Check out today’s map below to see where your state lies on the beer tax...