Mr. Horwitz is a Senior Consultant at Anderson Economic Group, and serves as the Director of the Public Policy and Economic Analysis practice area. Mr. Horwitz' work includes research and analyses for a range of AEG clients representing both the public and private sectors.
Mr. Horwitz’s recent work includes an assessment of the effects of personal property tax reform in Michigan, an assessment of the effects of proposed reforms to state pension and retiree health care systems, analyses of the fiscal condition and tax policies of Michigan's state and local governments, and a review of tax incentive programs administered by the states of Michigan and Kentucky, respectively.
Prior to joining AEG, Mr. Horwitz was the Coordinator of Distribution for the Community Center of St. Bernard near New Orleans, where he oversaw the distribution of donated food, clothes, and household supplies to low-income residents of St. Bernard Parish and New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward.
Mr. Horwitz holds a Master of Public Policy from the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago and a Bachelor of Arts in Physics and Philosophy from Swarthmore College.