Richard W. England
Professor of Economics and Natural Resources
rwe [at] cisunix [dot] unh [dot] edu
Fields of Specialization:
Property taxation; smart growth; land development; local economic development; ecological economics; state and local government finance
Ph.D., University of Michigan
[For complete list, please see CV]
"Ricardo, Gold and Rails: Discovering the Origins of Progress and Poverty," American Journal of Economics & Sociology, October 2010, 1-15.
"Property Taxation and Density of Land Development: A Simple Model with Numerical Simulations," Eastern Economic Journal, Spring 2010, with Mohan Ravichandran.
Assessing the Theory and Practice of Land Value Taxation, with Richard Dye. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Policy Focus Report, 2010.
England, R., Huang, J. (2009). Property Taxation, Local Zoning, and Metropolitan Density. State Tax Notes, 51(4), 279-280.
Land Value Taxation: Theory, Evidence and Practice (2009). Co-edited with Richard Dye. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA.
England, R. (2008). Population Growth, Local Government Budgets and the Property Tax in New Hampshire. State Tax Notes(21 January 08).
England, R., Carlson, R. E. (2008). Motor Fuel Taxation and Regional Development: Economic, Environmental and Legal Aspects (vol. Volume V, pp. chapter 15). Oxford University Press: Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation.
“Land Value Taxation as a Method to Finance Municipal Expenditure in U.S. Cities.” In Gregory Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong, editors, Land Policies and Their Outcomes. (Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2007), ch. 8.
“Motor Fuel Taxation, Energy Conservation and Economic Development: A Regional Perspective,” Ecological Economics, March 2007.
"Land Development and Current Use Assessment," with Robert D. Mohr in Economics and Contemporary Land Use Policy: Development and Conservation at the Rural-Urban Fringe, edited by S.K. Swallow and R.J. Johnston. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future, 2006.
"Assessing the Distributive Impact of a Revenue-Neutral Shift from a Uniform Property Tax to a Two-Rate Property Tax with a Uniform Credit," with Min Qiang Zhao, National Tax Journal, June 2005.
Honors & Awards:
Visiting Fellow, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA, 2004-present
David C. Lincoln Fellowship, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA, 2000-2003
Excellence in Teaching Award, Whittemore School of Business and Economics, University of New Hampshire, 2001
Jean Brierley Award for Excellence in Teaching, University of New Hampshire, 2002
Recipient, Faculty Scholars Award, University of New Hampshire, 1992-1993