Allen Schick

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Allen Schick is a governance fellow of the Brookings Institution and also a professor of political science at the Maryland School of Public Policy of University of Maryland, College Park.[1] He is known as an authority on budget theory and the federal budget process, in particular. His book, Congress and Money: Budgeting, Spending, and Taxing, won the D.B. Hardeman Prize in 1982.

Schick advises members of Congress and has conducted numerous studies on budget systems and policies; public management; and government finance.

He is the founding editor of the professional journal, Public Budgeting and Finance.[1]


  • Congress and Money: Spending, Taxing, and Budgeting, American Society for Public Administration, 1987
  • Making Economic Policy in Congress, American Enterprise Institute, 1984
  • The Capacity to Budget, 1990
  • The Budget Puzzle, 1993
  • The Federal Budget: Politics, Policy, Process, 1995


  1. ^ a b "Allen Schick". University of Maryland School of Public Policy. Archived from the original on 2007-09-14. Retrieved 2008-02-19. 

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