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Charley Ballard

Ph.D., Stanford University

Address: 205 Old Botany
Tel: 517.353.2961
Fax: 517.432.1068
E-mail: ballard@msu.edu
Web: https://www.msu.edu/~ballard

Curriculum Vitae

  • Computational general equilibrium analysis of tax and trade policies
  • Analysis of Michigan's economy and tax system
  • Econometric analysis of trends in income inequality in different regions of the United States
  • Property Value Assessment Growth Limits and Redistribution of Property Tax Payments: Evidence from Michigan (with Mark Skidmore and Timothy R. Hodge). National Tax Journal 63 (September, 2010): 509-538.
  • Internet Purchases, Cross-Border Shopping, and Sales Taxes (with Jaimin Lee). National Tax Journal 60 (December, 2007): 711-725.
  • Financing Universal Health Care in the United States: A General Equilibrium Analysis of Efficiency and Distributional Effects (with John H. Goddeeris). National Tax Journal 52 (March, 1999): 31-52.
  • The Marginal Efficiency Effects of Taxes and Subsidies in the Presence of Externalities: A Computational General Equilibrium Approach (with Steven G. Medema). Journal of Public Economics 52 (September, 1993): 199-216.
  • General Equilibrium Computations of the Marginal Welfare Costs of Taxation in the United States (with John B. Shoven and John Whalley). American Economic Review, 75 (March, 1985): 128-138.

Please see the faculty member's web site for a copy of the paper in pdf format.

  • “The State(s) of Income Inequality: Changes in Income Distribution in the U.S. States and Census Divisions, 1976-2008” (with Paul L. Menchik and Lu Tan).
  • : “The Effects of Perceptions of Economic Inequality, Discrimination, and Mobility on Public Policy Preferences” (with Jeremy F. Duff and Elisabeth R. Gerber).

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Michigan State University Department of Economics