Maxwell School, Syracuse University

Student Papers 2016

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

 

Best Paper Award

The Best Paper Award for 2016 goes to two papers: 

               Sarah Argersinger, "Economic Development Thru Tax Credits (Destiny USA Hotel)."

                Grace Baranowski, Maxwell Ruppersburg, Kurt Fire, "Potential Atlanta Plastic Bag Tax."

 

Student Papers 

Emily Alber Chase and Brandy Heath, "An Evaluation of the Inclusionary Housing Program: Improving Equity for NYC Residents."

 

Dan Apfel and Abdel-Rahman Hamed, "Evaluating the Economic Development Impact of Minimum Wage Increases."

 

Sarah Argersinger, "Economic Development Thru Tax Credits (Destiny USA Hotel)."

 

Grace Baranowski, Maxwell Ruppersburg, Kurt Fire, "Potential Atlanta Plastic Bag Tax."

 

Aditi Tara Basu, Brianna Carrier, and Sarah Pirzada, "Improving California’s Education Finance System."

 

Taiye Chen, "Correction Privatization Memo."

 

J.T. Creedon, "Re-evaluating property tax abatements."

 

Tomi Dapshi, Margaret McLaughlin, and Mary Stottele, "Proposal for D.C. Municipal Land Bank."

 

Simone Depew and Emily Nasir, "Evaluation of the Relationship between Property Taxes and Economic Development: The Case Against the Texas Legislature’s Proposition One."

 

Ben Eddy and Cal Whiting, "Recommendation for the Legalization of Sports Gambling in New York State."

 

James Kelley and Mark Kurtz, "Allowing Transportation Network Companies to Operate in New York State."

 

Megan Krouse, "Chilean Primary and Secondary Education Finance Reform."

 

Hamish MacPhail, "Creating a Regional Revenue Sharing Program."

 

André Ndjalle, "Memorandum on the Property Tax in Cameroon

 

Philip L. Paige, "Scaffold Law Reform."

 

Katherine Powers, "Public-Private Partnerships and Syracuse’s Failing Infrastructure."

 

Enith Sanchez, "Department of Education of Puerto Rico: School Finance Reform."

 

Emily Thiel, "Proposed Carbon Tax in New York State."

 

Rory Tikalsky, "Wisconsin Lottery."

 

Yasuyo Tsukamoto, "Alternative Plan to Increasing Fares in Kyoto City."

 

 

Trustee Professor of Public Administration and Economics