May 3, 2013
Krupa, who teaches in the Master
of Public Administration program, was invited to join the prestigious
research-oriented seminar for young scholars at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. As a
Lincoln Institute Scholar, Krupa participated with a distinguished group of
researchers, public officials, economists, policy makers, and others who examine
issues related to land use, tax policy, and urban economics. The group met in
May in Cambridge, MA.
“The nonprofit, nonpartisan Lincoln Institute is a
leader in land use and tax policy research,” Krupa said. “Over three days, the
group discussed major research and policy considerations that integrate theory
Olha received her Ph.D. from Indiana University. Her
research and scholarship focus on state and local government finance and
finances of the transition economies.
The College of Arts and Sciences, the largest
college in Seattle
University, offers 42 undergraduate majors, 37 minors, and 7 master’s degrees. The college’s Institute
of Public Service offers a Master of Public Administration and a Master
of Nonprofit Leadership.
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