Florenz Plassmann
Professor of Economics
Professor of Political Science
State University of New York at Binghamton

Florenz Plassmann
Contact Information: College of Arts and Sciences
Ohio University
740-597-1833
plassmann AT ohio.edu
Research Interests: Public Economics and Public Choice, Analyses of Voting, Statistics and Econometrics, Computable General Equilibrium models, Urban and Regional Economics, Environmental Economics, Ethics
Professional Information: Curriculum Vitae
SSRN: http://ssrn.com/author=250705
Recent working papers (now published):
  1. Florenz Plassmann and T. Nicolaus Tideman. Revelation mechanisms and allocative efficiency.
  2. T. Nicolaus Tideman and Florenz Plassmann. The effects of changes in land value on the value of buildings.
  3. William Gehrlein, Dominique Lepelley, Florenz Plassmann. "An Evaluation of the Benefit of Using Two-Stage Election Procedures."
  4. T. Nicolaus Tideman and Florenz Plassmann. "Utilitarianism as a Criterion for State Action."
  5. T. Nicolaus Tideman and Florenz Plassmann. "Efficient bilateral taxation of externalities."
  6. T. Nicolaus Tideman and Florenz Plassmann. "Efficient collective decision-making, marginal cost pricing, and quadratic voting."
Supplements to published papers:
  1. Supplement to
    Andrew Feltenstein and Florenz Plassmann, "The Welfare Analysis of a Free Trade Zone: Intermediate Goods and the Asian Tigers." World Economy, July 2008, 31:7, 905-924.
  2. Supplement to
    Florenz Plassmann and Neha Khanna. "Household Income and Pollution: Implications for the Debate about the Environmental Kuznets Curve Hypothesis", Journal of Environment and Development, March 2006, 15:1, 1-19.
  3. Link to the data
    that were used for "Confirming More Guns, Less Crime." (with John Whitley) Stanford Law Review, April 2003, 55: (4) pp.1313-1370.
  4. Supplement to
    Florenz Plassmann and Nicolaus Tideman. "Does the Right to Carry Concealed Handguns Deter Countable Crimes? Only a Count Analysis Can Say." (with T.N. Tideman), Journal of Law and Economics, Oct 2001, vol.44 (2) (pt.2).
Teaching:
  • Econ 160 Principles of Microeconomics (Undergraduate)
  • Plsc 389Y Collective Decisions and Voting (Undergraduate)
  • Econ 426 History of Economic Thought (Undergraduate)
  • Econ 430 Urban Economics (Undergraduate)
  • Econ 445 Public Expenditures and Public Choice (Undergraduate)
  • Econ 447 Collective Decisions (Undergraduate)
  • Econ 615 Statistics (Graduate)
  • Econ 636 Public Revenues (Graduate)

Last revised: July 2019