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Daniel Shoag is an assistant professor of public policy at Harvard Kennedy School and an affiliate of theTaubman Centerfor State and Local Government. His research focuses on fiscal policy, state and local pension plans, and regional macroeconomics. This semester Daniel is teaching a newly designed course on regional economics, federalism and state and local finance. He received his Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University in 2011, and lives in Brookline with his wife and two children.
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