Maxwell School, Syracuse University

Student Papers 2013

PAI 735/ECN 635
 State and Local Government Finance 
Professor Yinger

 

 

Best Paper Award

The Best Paper Award for 2013 goes to: Sara Atkinson, Alissa Lintala and Olivia Knodt,
"Recommendation: Building the New International Trade Crossing."

 

Student Papers 

  1. Doug Abbott, Patrick Hodgens, and Kevin Wenzel, "New York State Education Foundation Aid Formula Reform."

  2. E. David Aja, "Municipalization of Boulder’s Electric Utility."

  3. Sara Atkinson, Alissa Lintala and Olivia Knodt, "Recommendation: Building the New International Trade Crossing."

  4. Emily Cokeley, "The costs and benefits of privatization of wine and spirits sales in Pennsylvania."

  5. Camille Coleman, Amelia Gannon, & Veena Pathiparampil, "Proposal for Increased School Performance."

  6. Juliane Corman, "Privatization of New York City Subway Services."

  7. Ranjit Singh Deol, "Goods and Service Tax in India: Effect on State Government Revenue."

  8. Ibrahim Elghandour, Rogelio Granguillhome, Aman Jain, "Dedicated Funding Sources: A Case For State and Local Support."

  9. Eric Noggle and John Fornof, “Social Impact Bond to Address Growing Homeless Population.”

  10. Homero Garza and Nitika Sethi, "Fiscal Federalism in Mexico: Recommendations to Move the Agenda Forward."

  11. Max Glikman, "New Jersey’s Historic Property Reinvestment Act."

  12. Aaron J. Kohler and Jason Constantouros, "Selecting An Financing Water Storage Infrastructure In California."

  13. Samantha Lara, "Measure R Impact on the Los Angeles Low-Income, Minority Population."

  14. Carissa Matthews, "Recommendations for Better Capital Improvement Planning and Budgeting in Montgomery County."

  15. Greg D. Newman, "Tabor Reform."

  16. Marilyn Nyanteh, “Playing the Odds: Should New Yorkers Gamble on Casino Expansion?”

  17. Justin Painter, "Reforming Utah’s Flat Tax System: Establish an Income-Conditioned Sales Tax Exemption for Utah’s Poorest Households."

  18. Cara Stevens, “New York State Aid Formula: Foundation Aid Recommendation.”

  19. Alicia Swartz,  “Privatization of New Jersey’s State Lottery.” 

     

 

Trustee Professor of Public Administration and Economics