Steuerle, C. Eugene
STEUERLE, C. Eugene
STEUERLE, C. Eugene. American, b. 1946. Genres: Economics. Career: US Treasury, Washington, DC, 1974-83, economic staff coordinator for Project for Fundamental Tax Reform, 1984-86, deputy assistant secretary, 1987-89; Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, federal exchange fellow, 1983-84; American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, Washington, DC, director of finance and taxation, 1986-87; US Treasury, Urban Institute, Washington, DC, senior fellow, 1989-. National Tax Association, president, 2001-02; National Economists Club Educational Foundation, former president; consultant to International Monetary Fund and Internal Revenue Service. Columnist. Publications: Taxes, Loans, and Inflation: How the Nation's Wealth Becomes Misallocated, 1985; Who Should Pay for Collecting Taxes?, 1986; The Tax Decade, 1992; Retooling Social Security for the Twenty-First Century, 1993; The Government We Deserve, 1998; Nonprofits and Philanthropy, 1999. Contributor to journals and magazines. Address: Urban Institute, 2100 M St NW, Washington, DC 20037, U.S.A.