PUBLICATIONS from 2010
Guzman, Tatyana. (2018) "Cost-Benefit Analysis and Fiscal Impact Analysis of Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit (OHPTC)". Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis, 9(02), 342-373.
Guzman, Tatyana, "Tax-based Aid, College Enrollment, Persistence, and Graduation" Journal of Education Finance, forthcoming
Clark, Benjamin, and Tatyana Guzman. "Does Local Government Coproduction Lead to Budget Adjustments? An Investigation of Boston, MA and San Francisco, CA". The American Review of Public Administration 47(8), 945-961.
Guzman, Tatyana "Fiscal Conditions of Largest Legacy Cities" (book chapter) Forthcoming.
Moldogaziev, Tima T., and Tatyana Guzman (2015), "Economic Crises, Economic Structure, and State Credit Quality Through-the-Cycle." Public Budgeting and Finance, 35(4): 42-67.
Lendel, Iryna; Clouse, Candi; Cyran, Ellen; Guzman, Tatyana; Piazza, Merissa; Ryberg Webster, Stephanie; Post, Charlie; and Kalynchuk, Kenneth (2015), "Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit Economic Impact Study". Urban Publications. Paper 1334.
Tatyana Guzman (June 9, 2014), "Federal Tax Benefits for Education. Do they work?," Tax Notes 143(10):1179-1189.
Guzman, Tatyana, Pirog, Maureen A., and Seefeldt, Kristin (2013), "Social Policy: What Have We Learned?" Policy Studies Journal, 41: S53-S70. doi: 10.1111/psj.12012
Guzman, Tatyana and Temirlan Moldogaziev (2012), "Which Bonds are More Expensive? The Effects of Bond Issue Purpose and Use on Municipal Costs for Equally Rated Issues" Public Budgeting and Finance 32(3): 79-101.
Guzman, Tatyana and Temirlan Moldogaziev, "Structure of the Economy, Financial and Debt Positions, and State Credit Ratings: Panel Study of Michigan and the Great Lakes Region" Michigan Journal of Public Affairs. Volume 9, Spring 2012.
Ringquist Evan, Tatyana Guzman, and Mary Anderson, "Evaluating the Effectiveness of Educational Vouchers: A Meta-Analysis" in Ringquist E., ed. Meta-Analysis for Public Management and Policy. Wiley: Jossey-Bass, 2013
MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW
"Smarter City, Smarter Investment? A Study of the Relationship between 311 Systems and Credit Ratings in American Cities" (with Ben Clark). Revise and Resubmit.
"To Choose or Not to Choose: Federal Tax Credits and College Choice Decisions". Under Review.
"Crime and Credit: The Empirical Study of How Crime Affects Credit Ratings in Large U.S. Cities." (with Ben Clark). Under Review.
"The Impact of Federal Financial Aid on Tuition Costs of Students Pursuing Online Education" (with Maureen Pirog and Haeil Jung). Revise and Resubmit.
"The Role of State Expenditure and Accumulated Experience in Green Energy Policy Implementation" (with TaeKyoung Lim and William Bowen). Under Review.
"Capital Budgeting, Infrastructure, and Capital Investment in the Republic of Uzbekistan" (book chapter). Under review