The Journal of Property Tax Assessment & Administration publishes scholarly and practical articles on assessment administration, tax policy, and appraisal. Brief tips, legislative news, and position statements are also accepted. Reports/studies that reflect preliminary research findings, investigations into areas of potential research, methodological suggestions, and comments on prior published research will also be considered for publication.
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Current Issue: Volume 17, Issue 1 (2020)
A hedonic approach to determining the sources of inequity
Wei Sun, Mark Sunderman Ph.D., and Paul Bidanset
Property tax rates and house prices: the impact of relatively high and low property tax rates
Norm G. Miller Ph.D., Anthony Pennington-Cross Ph.D., and Michael Sklarz Ph.D.
What appraisers learned from the Great Recession of 2008-2009: the Delta Valuation Model
Robert M. Greene Ph.D., CRE, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS