Tax increment financing and sports facilities
Robert is a PhD Candidate in Sport Management at the University of Michigan, and a LLM graduate from Michigan Law School. Robert's research examines relationships concerning the use of tax increment financing (TIF) and major sports facilities. Robert is also a lawyer in British Columbia and Alberta. Prior to academia, Robert practiced local government, land use, and real estate law, and holds a JD from the University of British Columbia.
TIF for That: Brownfield Redevelopment Financing in North America and Calgary’s Rivers District
Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society (2016)
Pyrrhic Victory: Tax Increment Financing, "But For," and Developer Capture in the Dallas Arena District
Marquette Sports Law Review (2017)
Getting STIF[ed]: Louisville’s Yum! Center, Sales-Tax Increment Financing, and Megaproject Underperformance
Urban Affairs Review (2019)