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William Moore



Ph.D., Syracuse University. Social Science (an interdisciplinary public affairs doctoral program; disciplines - economics and public policy); major fields in public finance, urban policy, and quantitative research methods

M.A. Syracuse, NY. Economics, Public Finance

M.P.A., University of Pittsburgh, Urban Management Specialization

B.A., Political Science, Washington & Jefferson College


Moore, Stephen, Don Haviland, William Moore, and Michael Tran (2016), Preparing Teachers to Use GIS: The Impact of a Hybrid Professional Development Program on Teachers’ Use of GIS, Journal of Science Education and Technology.

Moore, William, Walter F. Baber, and Robert V. Bartlett (2011), Loss aversion and rationality in cutback management: a deliberative democratic approach to contingent valuation, Journal of Public Finance and Management.

Moore, William, (2009), Income Inequality and Industrial Composition, Public Administration Quarterly.

Dennis, Christopher, William Moore, and Tracey Somerville (Spring 2007), The Impact of Political Parties on the Distribution of State and Local Tax Burdens, Social Science Review.

Moore, William, (January 2007), Social Equity, Progressive Fiscal Policy, and Economic Growth: A Preliminary Analysis of the Fifty States of the United States and the District of Columbia, International Journal of Public Administration.

Moore, William, (Winter 2004), Enterprise Zones and the Number of Firms: An Empirical Study of the California State Enterprise Zone Program, Journal of Public Finance and Management.

Technical Publications:

Moore, William, (2003), Simple Trend Analysis and Forecasting in Evaluating Financial Condition: A Handbook for Local Government, ICMA.