Prof. James Savage Awarded Fulbright Research Fellowship
Professor James D. Savage has been awarded his second Fulbright Research Fellowship, which will take him to the National University of Public Service in Budapest, Hungary in the coming year. Dr. Savage's research and teaching focus on comparative budgetary, fiscal, and macroeconomic policy, with an emphasis on the United States, the European Union, Iraq, and Japan. He is particularly interested in the development of macro budgetary rules, procedures, and institutions in these countries, and how they influence fiscal outcomes. He previously served as a Fulbright Visiting Professor at the Diplomatic Academy in Vienna, Austria while conducting research for his forthcoming book on comparative public budgeting.