CBER150_B

Previous Studies of Tax Policy

 Bohanon, Cecil and Stanley R. Keil. “Property Tax Changes: A Case Study of a Small Open Region,” Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy, 30(2).

Bohanon, Cecil and James McClure. “How Could Property Tax Reform Impact Economic Growth in Indiana,” Department of Economics, Ball State University.

Burton, Mark L. and Michael J. Hicks. "Tax Increment Financing Implications of Municipal Parks in West Virginia: Spatial and Semi-Parametric Estimates," Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 25(2), Special Issue on the Economic Values of Parks, Recreation and Open Space.

Burton, Mark, Michael Hicks and Calvin A. Kent. “Evaluating Comprehensive Tax Reform: Lessons from West Virginia," State Tax Notes, 17(19). November 8, 1999.

Hicks, Michael J. "The Demand for Alternative Fueled Vehicles in the United States. Do State Tax Incentives Matter?" Empirical Economics Letters, 5(6). November 2006: 306-12.

Hicks, Michael J. "Transportation Infrastructure, Retail Clustering and Local Public Finance: Evidence from Wal-Mart's Expansion,” Regional Economic Development, 2(2). Winter 2006.

Hicks, Michael J. "Risk to the Special Re.clamation Fund and Mine Operations in West Virginia," International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management, 7(5), pp 739-757.

Hicks, Michael J. and Mark A. Boyer. "What Caused the Decline in Welfare Caseloads in the 1990's: Evidence from a State AFDC Program," Journal of Applied Social Sciences, 24(2), Spring/Summer 2000.

LaFaive, Michael L. and Michael J. Hicks. MEGA: A Retrospective Assessment, Mackinac Center for Public Policy, pp 1-141. ISBN 1-890624-43-8. 2005.