Brooks is a frequent guest on national television and radio talk shows and has been published widely in publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post.
Brooks has a Ph.D. and an M.Phil. in policy analysis from RAND Graduate School. He also holds an M.A. in economics from Florida Atlantic University and a B.A. in economics from Thomas Edison State College.
• Louis A. Bantle Professor of Business and Government Policy, 2007–2008; Professor of Public Administration, 2006–2008; Associate Professor of Public Administration, 2001–2005, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University. • Consultant, RAND Corporation, 1998–2008 • Assistant Professor of Public Administration and Economics, Georgia State University, 1998–2001 • Doctoral Fellow, RAND Corporation, 1996–98 • Professor of French Horn, Harid Conservatory of Music, Lynn University, 1992–95 • French Hornist, City Orchestra of Barcelona, 1989–1992 • French Hornist, Annapolis Brass Quintet, 1983–89
Ph.D., M.Phil., policy analysis, RAND Graduate School M.A., economics, Florida Atlantic University B.A., economics, Thomas Edison State College
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American Enterprise Institute (AEI) president Arthur C. Brooks announced that the recipient of the 2014 Irving Kristol Award is Dr. Eugene F. Fama, a winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences. The annual Kristol Award is AEI’s highest honor and is given to individuals selected by...
At the Philanthropic Freedom Project's inaugural public event, AEI President Arthur Brooks will present his new research on how charitable giving has changed in the United States in the wake of the Great Recession and how those changes have serious ramifications for future tax policy.
This paper estimates the price and income elasticities of charitable giving using the 2009 Panel Study of Income Dynamics. It then considers the likely effects of the 2013 personal income tax rate increases and possible tax deduction limits currently under consideration.
The holidays are here, and in the coming weeks you'll see your mailbox fill with plaintive requests from every imaginable charity and nonprofit cause. I run one of them, so I should know.If history is any indication, many of these requests will not go unrequited: The philanthropy monitor Giving USA estimates that U.S. nonprofits and houses of worship received an amazing $316 billion in 2012.