About Me

I have JD from Northwestern University School of Law (2014) and a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Michigan (2005). At Northwestern I was in the Accelerated JD program (which program, unfortunately, no longer exists). 

In October 2014, I joined the Tax & Benefits Department at Ropes & Gray LLP, where I am an associate.  

E-mail: nbanderson78_AT_gmail.com

Research
Curriculum Vita (pdf) 

Selected Academic Publications 

Liquidity Problems and Early Payment Default Among Subprime Mortgages (with Jane K. Dokko), The Review of Economics and Statistics, December 2016, Vol. 98, No. 5pp. 897–912.

Market Value Assessment and Idiosyncratic Tax-Price Risk: Understanding the Consequences of Alternative Definitions of the Property Tax Base, Regional Science and Urban Economics, July 2012 [January 2012 (pdf)]

No Relief: Tax Prices and Property Tax Burdens, Regional Science and Urban Economics, November 2011

Local Amenities and Rents: Tiebout Takes a Vacation, Journal of Regional Science, August 2008 

Beggar Thy Neighbor? Property Taxation of Vacation Homes, National Tax Journal, December 2006 

Property Tax Limitations: An Interpretative Review, National Tax Journal, September 2006


Working Papers

Constitutional Constraints Under Uncertainty (with Andreas D. Pape) 

Link to Google Scholar Profile

Link to my SSRN page

Updated: September 2017