Justin Ross is a public finance economist specializing in state and local tax policy. He joined the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs in 2008 and teaches public revenue theory, public managerial economics, and benefit-cost analysis.
Ross’ primary research interests include property tax-related issues such as assessment and zoning. His published works explore local governments’ use and access to the property tax by examining how it affects the politics, fiscal capacity, land use regulation, and community decisions.
He is a two-time recipient of IU’s Trustees Teaching award, in 2013 and 2009.
Areas of Expertise
State and local public finance topics, property taxes, property assessment, local income taxes, zoning, local governance coordination and tax amnesty programs.