A copy of my CV can be downloaded here. For information on past and current work, look on the ‘research’ page to the left.
Ph. D. (Economics), University of Oklahoma, 2015
B.A. (Economics), University of Oklahoma, 2009
Scholars Strategy Network Fellowship (Spring 2014)
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy C. Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellowship (Spring 2013)
Oklahoma NASA Space Grant (Spring 2012)
“Getting What We Vote For: A Quasi-Experimental Test of Ballot Initiatives.” Southern Economic Association, New Orleans, LA. November 2015
“Reforming State and Local Tax Systems Conference”, Murphy Institute and Tulane University, New Orleans, LA. October 2015 (as a discussant)
“Non-Linear Spatial Capitalization Effects of Emergency Services.” Southern Economic Association, Tampa Bay, FL. November 2013
“Non-Linear Spatial Capitalization Effects of Emergency Services.” National Tax Association, Tampa Bay, FL. November 2013
“Non-Linear Spatial Capitalization Effects of Fire, Police, and Emergency Medical Services.”. Missouri Valley Economic Association, Kansas City, MO. October 2013
“Can Development Impact Fees Help Mitigate Urban Sprawl?”. Queensland University of Technology, Australia. July, 2013.
“Development Impact Fees and Urban Sprawl”, 2nd Annual Oklahoma Economics Conference, Norman, OK. November 2012.
“Impact Fees and Urban Sprawl”, Doing So Much with So Little: Funding Local Government Facilities and Services. Growth & Infrastructure Consortium, Atlanta, GA. October 2012.