1993 DePaul University; B.A.
1994 DePaul University; M.A.
2001 Claremont Graduate University; Ph.D.
Principles of Macroeconomics
John Stinespring specializes in the impact of tax and fiscal policy on economic growth. His other research interests include tax evasion, financial crises (e.g. the costs and benefits of TARP), the economic history of the Roman Empire, microeconomic theory and the economics of religion (especially, state welfare impacts on religious affiliation).
Stinespring’s recent publications examine the dynamic scoring of tax cuts on economic growth. Through dynamic scoring, the long-term impact of tax cuts on government revenues is calculated, providing a clear analysis of common government policy proposals. Stinespring’s published textbooks include Mathematica for Microeconomics
(Academic Press, 2002). He is a member of the American Economic Association and American Association of University Professors. Stinespring is also a frequent guest on various television shows including Your Turn
on Fox 13 and Bay News 9.
Professional Development Award, Spring 2012
Dana Grant, Summer 2011
International Faculty Development Grant for China Seminar, December 2010
Distinguished Research Award from Academy of Economics and Economic Education, October 2010
Best Paper Award, AABRI Las Vegas Conference, March 2010
Project Edge Grant, Fall 2009
Dana Grant, Summer 2009
Project Edge Grant, Fall 2008
Best Paper Award, ABEAI Conference, Maui, 2007
Order of Omega: Colorado College Outstanding Professor of the Year, 2007
Best Paper Award, ABEAI Conference, Kona, 2006
Chapman Fellowship, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
Order of Omega: Georgia Tech Faculty Member of the Year, 2000
Haynes Dissertation Grant, 1998-1999
Bradley Fellowship, 1996-1997, 1997-1998
Rauch Family Fellowship, 1995-1996
Omicron Delta Epsilon; Phi Alpha Theta (International Honor Society in History)
Golden Key National Honor Society.