I am a PhD candidate in the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration. My research interests are state and local property and sales tax, sports and public policy, state politics, and philosophical dimensions of policy and taxation.
Propheter, G. (2012).Are basketball arenas catalysts of economic development?Journal of Urban Affairs, 34(4), 441-459. Data
Propheter, G. (2012).Use tax awareness and compliance: A survey analysis.State Tax Notes, 65(4), 257-264. Data
Propheter, G. (2012).Political determinants of state e-commerce sales tax policy.Politics & Policy, 40(4), 657-679.Data
Propheter, G., & Jez, S. J. (2012).Whither utility and duty? A case for virtue in community college administration.Community College Review, 40(3), 215-239.
Propheter, G. (2012).Incentivizing out-of-state vendor compliance with sales tax revenue rebates.Policy & Internet, 4(1), Article 4.
Propheter, G. (2011).Sales tax revenue rebates: Running amok in Illinois.State Tax Notes, 62(3), 153-164.
Propheter, G. (2011).Determinants of legislative compensation in California and the residual impacts of Proposition 1A.California Journal of Politics and Policy, 3(1), Article 4.