Dr. Jason Saving is a regional economist at Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas


Dr. Jason L. Saving is a public finance and regional economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. In this position, he conducts research on issues including tax reform, regional migration, income inequality and the interplay between political polarization and fiscal policy. His articles have appeared in scholarly journals such as “Economic Inquiry,” “Southern Economic Journal” and the “National Tax Journal.”

 

Saving has also written policy-relevant articles on state and local fiscal issues that impact Texas and the Eleventh Federal Reserve District. Among the questions he has examined are why property taxes rose so rapidly in the years after the Great Recession, whether the poor bear a disproportionate share of the state’s overall tax burden and why Texas has a relatively low percentage of people covered by health insurance. A recurring theme of these articles is that public policy decisions have important consequences for equity and economic efficiency.

 

 

The Dallas Fort Worth Minority Supplier Develop Council will install its 2022 board immediately following the event.

Event Start Date & Time: March 03, 2022 2:00 PM

Event End Date & Time: March 03, 2022 2:00 PM

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