Associate Director, Fiscal Research Center
Buschman serves as the associate director of the Fiscal Research Center (FRC), as well as a senior research associate at the Center for State and Local Finance.
He is FRC’s key contact for fiscal note analyses of proposed Georgia revenue legislation. His research interests include corporate and personal taxation, growth and equity effects of tax reform, state and local fiscal policy, and other topics. Prior to joining the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Buschman worked for several years in corporate banking and corporate financial management. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Duke University, an MBA in finance from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University, and a master’s degree and doctorate in economics from the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University.
Paul focuses on the operations and management of research and training for the three collaborative centers in the Public Finance Research Cluster: the International Center for Public Policy (ICePP), the Center for State and Local Finance (CSLF) and the Fiscal Research Center (FRC).
His experience includes over 20 years in various roles at ICePP. He is an operations and management professional with experience overseeing a wide spectrum of multimillion-dollar economic technical assistance and training projects in developing countries spanning six regions (Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean Islands and the Commonwealth of Independent States). Clients include the Asian Development Bank, International Monetary Fund, World Bank and various foreign governments.