Nathan B. Anderson

Associate

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  • JD, cum laude, Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law
  • PhD (Economics), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
  • MA (Economics), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
  • BA (Economics), magna cum laude, Case Western Reserve University

Qualifications

  • Illinois, 2015
  • Massachusetts, 2014

Nathan B. Anderson

Associate

Nathan Anderson joined the tax & benefits department as an associate in 2014. Prior to joining the firm, Nathan was an assistant professor of economics at the University of Illinois at Chicago and the Institute for Government and Public Affairs at the University of Illinois.

Nathan earned his B.A. in economics from Case Western Reserve University, his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Michigan and his J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law. As a student in Northwestern School of Law’s Accelerated J.D. program, Nathan completed his three year J.D. coursework in two years. Nathan has published his own tax research in peer-reviewed academic journals such as the National Tax Journal. Nathan has also published articles in State Tax Notes

Publications

  • Anderson, N.B., “Market Value Assessment and Idiosyncratic Tax-Price Risk: Understanding the Consequences of Alternative Definitions of the Property Tax Base,” Regional Science and Urban Economics, July, v42(4), 545-560. (2012)
  • Anderson, N.B., “No Relief: Tax Prices and Property Tax Burdens,” Regional Science and Urban Economics, November, v41(6), 537-549. (2011)
  • Anderson, N.B. “Volatility of Individuals’ Property Tax Payments.” State Tax Notes, June, v56 (11), 875-889. (2010)
  • Anderson, N.B. and Jane K. Dokko. “Mortgage Delinquency and Property Taxes.” State Tax Notes, April, v52 (1), 49-57. (2009)
  • Anderson, N.B., and Therese J. McGuire and Joan M. Youngman. “Property tax reforms needed: clarity, relief.” Op-Ed: Chicago Sun Times. (2009)
  • Anderson, N.B. “Commentary: Tax Abatement as a Means of Promoting State and Local Economic Activity.” in Nancy Y. Augustine et. al. eds. Erosion of the Property Tax Base. Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. (2009)

  • Anderson, N.B. “Property Tax Exemptions for Residential Capital Investment.” State Tax Notes, February, v47 (5), 355-373. (2008)
  • Anderson, N.B. and Therese J. McGuire. “Property Taxation in Illinois: A Framework for Reform.” State Tax Notes, April, v48 (3), 207-219. (2008)
  • Anderson, N.B., “Local Amenities and Rents: Tiebout Takes a Vacation,” Journal of Regional Science, August, v48 (3), 595-613. (2008)
  • Anderson, N.B. “Minnesota Local Governments’ Responses to Changes in State Aid.” State Tax Notes, May, v44 (9), 655-670. (2007)
  • Anderson, N.B. “Property Tax Limitations: Who, What, Where, and Why.” State Tax Notes, January, v43 (2), 93-100. (2007)
  • Anderson, N.B., “Beggar Thy Neighbor? Property Taxation of Vacation Homes.” National Tax Journal, December, v59 (4), 757-780. (2006)
  • Anderson, N.B., “Property Tax Limitations: An Interpretative Review.” National Tax Journal, September, v59 (3), 685-694. (2006)
  • Anderson, N.B. and William T. Bogart. “Business Location and Taxation.” in Joseph J. Cordes et. al. eds. Encyclopedia of Taxation and Tax Policy. 2nd Edition. Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press. (2004)
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