Michael T. Peddle
Michael Peddle is an associate professor in the Department of Public Administration. He received his Ph.D. in economics from Northwestern University in 1984, and M.P.A. and B.A. degrees from Drake University. He taught economics at Holy Cross College (1984-90). His teaching interests include public finance and financial management, growth management policy, economic development policy, research methods and program evaluation. His research has focused on local and regional economic development tools and policies, growth management policy, government's role in education, local public finance and financial management. He also has directed the annual Illinois Policy Survey for the past several years.
Areas of Expertise
- Public administration
- Public finance
- Public policy
“Development Exactions,” (with R. Dahlstrom) Financing Economic Development in the Twenty-First Century (2nd edition) (White and Kotval, eds.), Armonk (NY): M.E. Sharpe, 2013: pp. 302-322.
“Reformulating and Refocusing a Budgeting and Finance Curriculum,” (with K. Thurmaier), Journal of Public Administration Education 17(4-Fall 2011), 523-542.
"Measuring the Financial Position of Municipalities: Numbers Do Not Speak for Themselves," (with S. Sohl, K. Thurmaier, C. Wood, and G. Kuhn) Public Budgeting & Finance, 29(Fall 2009), 74-96.
"Innovation in Hard Times is Essential, But Often Most Difficult," in Navigating the Fiscal Crisis: Tested Strategies for Local Leaders, Alliance for Innovation, White Paper commissioned by ICMA, Phoenix (AZ), January 2009.
"Finance," in Political Encyclopedia of U.S. States and Regions (Volume 2) (Donald P. Haider-Markel, General Editor), Washington (D.C.): CQ Press, 2009, pp. 774-776.
"Fiscal Federalism," (with Shannon Sohl) in Political Encyclopedia of U.S. States and Regions (Volume 2) (Donald P. Haider-Markel, General Editor), Washington (D.C.): CQ Press, 2009, pp. 770-774.
"Negotiating and Bargaining in Economic Development," Government Finance Review, 2008.
"Development Exactions,"(with R. Dahlstrom), in Financing Economic Development for the 21st Century (White, Bingham, and Hill (eds.)), M.E. Sharpe, 2003.
"Does Government Need to be Involved in Primary and Secondary Education?," Garland Publishing, 2000.
"Do Development Impact Fees Reduce Residential Growth?," (with M. Skidmore), Growth and Change, 1998.
"Development Exactions as Growth Management and Local Infrastructure Finance Tools" (with J. Lewis), Public Works Management and Policy, 1996.
"Planned Industrial and Commercial Developments in the United States," Economic Development Quarterly, 1993.
"The Appropriate Estimation of Intrametropolitan Firm Location Models," Land Economics, 1987.