My Work (selected)
“The Net Benefit of Demolishing Dilapidated Housing: The Case of Detroit” (Dusan Paredes and Mark Skidmore), Regional Science and Urban Economics, Vol. 66: 16-27, 2017.
“The Land Value Gradient in a (Nearly) Collapsed Urban Real Estate Market” (Timothy Hodge and Gary Sands, and Mark Skidmore), Land Economics, Vol 93 (4), 2017.
“The Effects of Changes in Property Tax Rates and School Spending on Residential and Business Property Value Growth” (Sung Kang, Laura Reese, and Mark Skidmore), Real Estate Economics, DOI: 10.1111/1540-6229.12077, 2015.
“Can a Greenbelt Help to Shrink Detroit’s Wasteland? ” (Mark Skidmore), Lincoln Land Lines, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. October, 2014,
“Housing Affordability: Lessons from the United States.” (Mark Skidmore) Working Paper 14/11. New Zealand Department of Treasury, Wellington: April, 2014,
“The Relationship between Tax Increment Finance and Municipal Land Annexation”, (Mark Skidmore, David Merriman, and Russ Kashian), Land Economics Vol. 85, No. 4, 2009.
“Lake Rehabilitation and the Value of Shoreline Real Estate: Evidence from Delavan, Wisconsin” (Mark Eiswerth, Russ Kashian, and Mark Skidmore), Review of Regional Studies, Vol. 36, No. 2, 2006.
“Do State Motor Fuel Sales-Below-Cost Laws Lower Prices?” (with James Alm and James Peltier), Journal of Urban Economics, Vol. 57, No. 1, 2005.