About Olugbenga Ajilore

I am a public finance economist who studies the spatial aspects of state and local government spending, with a specific focus on school district expenditures. I have also published work on the incentive effects of the Work Opportunity Tax Credit and the effect of the Earned Income Tax Credit on African-Americans. My current research applied spatial methodology to the study of peer effects and adolescent behavior including risky sexual behavior and obesity-related behavior.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, The University of Toledo
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2925 Bancroft St.
Mail Stop 922
Toledo, OH 43606


Race, Demographics, and Law Enforcement (3)

Peer Effects and Spatial Econometrics (2)

Spatial Econometrics and Local Public Spending (4)

African-Americans and Public Policy (3)

Tax Policy (2)

Sports Economics (2)

No Subject Area (1)