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Curriculum Vita September, 2015

Gregory S. Burge

Work Address: Contact Information:

University of Oklahoma, Economics Work Phone: (405) 325-2358

308 Cate Center Drive, RM 430 CCD1 Fax: (405) 325-5842

Norman, OK. 73019 Email: gburge@ou.edu

Education

Ph.D. (Economics), Florida State University, December 2005

M.A. (Economics), Florida State University, 2002

B.S. (Economics & Political Science), Florida State University, summa cum laude, 2000.

Academic Positions Associate Professor, Economics, University of Oklahoma, 2012-current Assistant Professor, Economics, University of Oklahoma, 2006-2012.

Areas of Interest Urban Economics, Public Economics, Land Use Regulation, Housing Economics.

Publications (Peer-Reviewed Journals) 1. “Housing Wealth, Property Taxes and Labor Supply among the Elderly” (with Lingxiao Zhao), Journal of Labor Economics, forthcoming.

2. “Leaders, Followers, and Asymmetric Local Tax Policy Diffusion” (with Cynthia Rogers), Journal of Regional Science, forthcoming.

3. “Racial Discrimination and Statistical Discrimination: MLB Rookie Card Values and Performance Uncertainty” (with Arthur Zillante), Social Science Quarterly, forthcoming.

4. “The Capitalization Effects of School, Residential, and Commercial Impact Fees on Undeveloped Land Prices”, Regional Science and Urban Economics, Vol. 44, No.

1, 2014.

5. “Can Development Impact Fees Help Mitigate Urban Sprawl?” (with Trey Trosper, Arthur C. Nelson, J. Jurgensmeyer, and J. Nicholas) Journal of the American Planning Association, Vol. 79, No. 3, 2013.

6. “Promoting Sustainable Land Development Patterns through Impact Fee Programs” (with Keith Ihlanfeldt), Cityscape, Vol. 15, No. 1, 2013.

7. “Strategic Fiscal Interdependence: County and Municipal Adoptions of Local Option Sales Taxes” (with Brian Piper), National Tax Journal, Vol. 65, No. 2, 2012.

8. “Local Option Sales Taxes and Consumer Spending Patterns: Fiscal Interdependence under Multi-tiered Local Taxation”, (with Cynthia Rogers). Regional Science and Urban Economics, Vol. 41, No. 1, 2011.

9. “Do Tenants Capture the Benefits from the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program?” Real Estate Economics, Vol. 39, No.1, 2011.

10. “Development Impact Fees and Employment” (with Keith Ihlanfeldt), Regional Science and Urban Economics, Vol. 39, No.1, 2009.

Gregory S. Burge 1 11. “Effects of Proportionate-Share Impact Fees” (with Arthur C. Nelson and John Matthews), Housing Policy Debate, Vol. 18, No.4, 2007.

12. “Impact Fees and Single-Family Home Construction” (with Keith Ihlanfeldt), Journal of Urban Economics, Vol. 60, No.2, 2006.

13. “The Effects of Impact Fees on Multifamily Housing Construction” (with Keith Ihlanfeldt), Journal of Regional Science, Vol. 46, No.1, 2006.

14. “Estimating Aggregate Levels of Property Tax Assessment within Local Jurisdictions: An Extension of the Ihlanfeldt Model to Multiple Land Uses” (with Keith Ihlanfeldt), National Tax Journal, Vol. LVIII, No.4, 2005.

Publications (Peer-Reviewed Volumes) 15. “The Effects of Development Impact Fees on Local Fiscal Conditions”, Included in The Changing Landscape of Local Public Revenues. Editors Gregory Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy: Spring 2010.

Publications (Edited Volumes) 16. “Impact Fees in Relation to Housing Prices and Affordable Housing Supply”, Chapter in A Guide to Impact Fees and Housing Affordability. Editors A. Nelson, J.

Juergensmeyer, J. Nicholas, and L. Bowles, Island Press, 2008.

17. “Documenting the Rise of Impact Fees in Florida” (with Keith Ihlanfeldt), Chapter in Growth Management in Florida: Planning for Paradise. Editors C.E. Connerly, T.S. Chapin, and H.T. Higgins, London, Ashgate Press, 2007.

Submitted Manuscripts “Competing for Foreign Direct Investment: The Case of Local Governments in China” (with Chen Wu), under initial review.

“Retirement and Unretirement during the Recent Housing Crisis” (with Lingxiao Zhao), under initial review.

Research in Progress “School’s (not) out for Summer! Using Regression Discontinuity to Assess the Impact of Educational Facilities on School Calendar Outcomes.” (with Jennifer Graves) “Reverse Mortgages and Housing Prices during the Recent Boom-Bust Housing Cycle” (with Lingxiao Zhao) “The Effects of Family Size on STEM Degree Attainment: An Instrumental Variables Approach” (with Stephanie Burge) “Elderly Housing Transition Paths: The Influence of Housing Wealth and Property Tax Liabilities” (with Stephanie Burge and Lingxiao Zhao) “Gender and Competition: New Evidence using Marathon Races as a Natural Experiment” (with Caitlyn Walsh) “The Determinants of Impact Fee Rollbacks” (with Trey Dronyk-Trosper) “Indecent Proposal? The Success and Failure of Local Fiscal Ballot Initiatives.” (with Cynthia Rogers) Gregory S. Burge 2 Research Presentations “Retirement and Unretirement during the Recent Housing Crisis”, AREUEA annual conference, San Francisco, CA. January, 2016.

“Housing Wealth, Property Taxes and Labor Supply among the Elderly”, National Tax Association annual conference, Boston, MA. November, 2015.

“Leaders, Followers, and Asymmetric Local Tax Policy Diffusion”, Southern Economic Association annual conference, New Orleans, LA. November, 2015.





“Housing Wealth, Property Taxes and Labor Supply among the Elderly”, Indiana University Economics Seminar Series, Bloomington, IN. October, 2015.

“Racial Discrimination and Statistical Discrimination: MLB Rookie Card Values and Performance Uncertainty”, TCU Economics Seminar Series, Fort Worth, TX.

September, 2015.

“Can Impact Fees Prevent Sprawl?” Rocky Mountain Land-Use Institute annual conference, Denver, CO, April, 2014.

“Development Impact Fees and Commercial and Residential Land Prices”, AREUEA annual conference, Philadelphia, PA, January, 2014.

“Asymmetric Tax Competition: The Case of Local Option Sales Taxes”, National Tax Association annual conference, Providence, RI, November, 2012.

“Indecent Proposal? The Success and Failure of Local Fiscal Ballot Initiatives”, National Tax Association annual conference, Providence, RI, November, 2012.

“Impact Fees and Local Economic Development” Growth and Infrastructure Consortium annual conference, Atlanta, GA, October 2012.

“Sustainable Urban Growth and Development Impact Fees” The Local Benefits of Sustainability, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, February, 2012.

“The Capitalization Effects of Development Impact Fees: Commercial and Residential Land Values” National Tax Association annual conference, New Orleans, LA, November 2011.

“Impact Fees and the Price of Land” David C. Lincoln Research Fellowship Conference, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA, October 2011.

“Development Impact Fees and Land Prices” Annual Urban and Public Economics Conference, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA, May 2011.

“The Effects of Development Impact Fees on Land Prices” Critical Issues in Real Estate Symposium: Government Intervention and Its Effects on Real Estate Markets” Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, April 2011.

“Housing Policy in the United States” University of Buffalo, London International Program, London, England, March 2011.

“Margins of Local Governmental Leadership: The Case of Local Option Sales Taxes” Allied Social Science Associations Meeting, ODE, Denver, CO, January 2011.

“Do Tenants Capture the Benefits from the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program?” AREUEA annual conference, Atlanta, GA, January 2010.

“Do Tenants Capture the Benefits from the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program?” National Tax Association annual conference, Denver, CO, November 2009.

“The Effects of Development Impact Fees on Local Fiscal Conditions”, Annual Land Policy Conference, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA, June 2009.

“Development Impact Fees and Employment” AREUEA annual conference, San Francisco, CA, January 2009.

Gregory S. Burge 3 “The Effects of Local Option Sales Taxes on Consumer Spending: Cross-Tier Elasticities and Tax Competition”, National Tax Association annual conference, Philadelphia, PA, November 2008.

“Development Impact Fees and Employment”, UNC-Charlotte, March 2008.

“The Relationship between Impact Fees and Job Growth”, National Tax Association annual conference, Columbus, OH, November 2007.

“Land use regulations and racial segregation patterns”, Florida State University, 2007.

“Impact Fees and Housing Affordability”, Florida Housing Coalition Annual Affordable Housing Conference, Orlando, FL., September 2006.

“Wasted Resources: The Impact of Neighborhood Quality, Contractual Obligations, and Builder Subsidies on Apartment Rent”, SRSA meetings, St. Augustine, FL, 2006.

“The Effects of Impact Fees on Single-Family Home Construction” AREUEA annual conference, Boston, MA, January 2006.

“A Theoretical Model of Segmented Housing Markets and Impact Fees” National Tax Association annual conference, Miami, FL, November 2005.

“Impact Fees and Single-Family Home Construction”, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Dissertation Fellowship Symposium, Lincoln House, Cambridge, MA, 2005.

“The Effects of Impact Fees on Multifamily Housing Construction” (with Keith Ihlanfeldt), DeVoe Moore Critical Issues Symposium: State and Local Government Regulations and Economic Development, FSU 2005.

“Do Impact Fees Reduce Fiscally Inspired Exclusionary Zoning?” (with Keith Ihlanfeldt), DeVoe Moore Seminar Series, FSU, 2004.

“A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation of the Effects of Land Use Regulations on the Affordability of Starter Homes”, DeVoe Moore Seminar Series, FSU, 2003.

“Housing Affordability: Government Solutions vs. Market Solutions”, The Association of Private Enterprise Education Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV, 2003.

Teaching Experience Public Finance (ECON 4353), University of Oklahoma Graduate Public Finance II (ECON 5353), University of Oklahoma Intermediate Price Theory (ECON 3113), University of Oklahoma Urban Economics (ECON 5453), University of Oklahoma Games and Decisions (ECO 4400), Florida State University Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (ECO 4101), Florida State University Principles of Microeconomics, Florida State University & University of Oklahoma Honors Undergraduate Research Project Adviser, University of Oklahoma Undergraduate Directed Readings Adviser, University of Oklahoma Masters Research Paper Project Adviser, University of Oklahoma P.h.D. Dissertation Adviser, University of Oklahoma Gregory S. Burge 4 Ph.D. Student Dissertation Committees Completed: Chintamani Jog (2011), Xueqi Zhou (2011), Chen Wu (2011), Huan Gong (2011), Hojin Jung (2012), Su Li (2013), Michael Walker (2013), Chengrui Xiao (2014), Alex Ufier (2015), Jia Wang (2015), Lingxiao Zhao (Chair), Trey Dronky-Trosper (Chair).

Current: James Schlaffer 2014-current (Chair), Brandli Stitzel, 2014-current, Weici Yuan, 2014-current, Ziming Song, 2014-current, Yi Duan, Constant Yayi, Sunhyung Lee.

Honors & Awards David C. Lincoln Research Fellowship, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2011 Koch Foundation research grant, 2010, 2012, 2014 Junior faculty summer research grant (Arts & Sciences College Level), 2010 Junior faculty summer research grant (Arts & Sciences College Level), 2009 Junior faculty summer research grant (University Level), 2007 HUD Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant, 2004 Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Dissertation Fellowship, 2004 DeVoe Moore Dissertation Fellowship, 2003 Florida State University Dissertation Research Grant, 2003 Earhart Foundation Travel Fellowship- APEE Conference, 2003 Irvin & Peggy Sobel Award, for outstanding Ph.D. Candidates, 2002 James H. Gapinski Award, for outstanding first-year graduate student, 2001 Florida State University Presidential University Research Fellowship, 2000 Florida State University National Merit Scholarship, 1996-2000 National Merit Corporation Scholarship, 1996 Professional Memberships American Economic Association, 2004-present.

The American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association (AREUEA), 2005-present.

National Tax Association, 2005-present.

Southern Economic Association, 2006-present Professional Service Reviewer: Journals – Journal of Regional Science, Journal of Labor Economics, Regional Science and Urban Economics, Real Estate Economics, Journal of the American Planning Association, Urban Studies, National Tax Journal, Economic

Development Quarterly, Housing Policy Debate, Environment and Planning C:

Government and Policy, Land Use Policy, Growth and Change, Sustainability, Housing Studies, Public Finance Review, Atlantic Economic Journal, Urban Affairs Review, Public Budgeting and Finance, Local Government Studies, African Geographical Review, Public Finance Analysis, and Public Finance and Management.

Reviewer: Edited Volumes - “Research in Experimental Economics” (Elsevier), “Public Finance and Public Policy” by Jonathan Gruber (Worth Publishers).

Gregory S. Burge 5 Reviewer: Grant Proposal

• US Department of Transportation, 2011.

• US National Science Foundation, 2014 Norman Tax Increment Finance (TIF) Oversight Board, 2014-present.

University of Oklahoma, Faculty Welfare Committee Chair, 2012, 2014.

University of Oklahoma, Faculty Senate Executive Committee, 2012, 2014.

University of Oklahoma, Faculty Advisor to the Economic Club, 2012-2014.

University of Oklahoma, Graduate Liaison, Economics, 2015.

Session organizer/co-organizer, “New Research from Graduate Students”, National Tax Association annual conference, Nov. 16-18, Boston, 2006. “Property Tax Assessment Practices”, Nov 15-17, Providence, 2012.

Session organizer, “Housing Markets During the Recent Boom/Bust Cycle: Implications for Labor Outcomes and Public Finance”, November, Boston, MA. 2015.

Paper discussant, National Tax Association annual conference, 2006-2014.

Paper discussant, AREUEA annual meetings, 2007 and 2009.

Paper discussant, Urban Economics and Public Finance annual conference, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2010.

Paper discussant, Competition and Sub-national Governments, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2014.



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