In This Installment of Access the Experts
John Bartle, Ph.D., Dean of the UNO College of Public Affairs and Community Service, answers the question: “Is there a clear solution to the property tax standstill in Nebraska?”
An expert of public financial policy and management, budgeting and transportation, Bartle is currently involved in research on sustainability in transportation, public financial management, and tax policy. He has served as the CPACS dean since 2011. Prior to holding his current role, he served as the director of the School of Public Administration. He has been a professor at UNO since 1994.
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