Samuel B. Stone, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Public Administration
Phone: (657) 278 - 3728
Office: GH 528
- Ph.D., Public Affairs, Indiana University, 2011
- M.P.A., University of North Texas, 2002
- B.A., Government, Skidmore College, 1999
- State and Local Public Financial Management
- Fiscal Federalism
- Municipal Home Rule
Courses Regularly Taught
- POSC 100: American Government
- CRJU/POSC 320: Intro to Public Management and Policy
- POSC 509: Foundations of Public Administration
- POSC 525: Local Government Management
- POSC 571: Public Budgeting and Finance
- POSC/ACCT 583: Government Accounting and Public Financial Management
Articles in Academic Journals (blind peer reviewed)
- Singla, Akheil, Charlotte Kirschner, and Samuel B. Stone. 2020. “Race, Representation, and Revenue: Reliance on Fines and Forfeitures in City Governments.” Urban Affairs Review 56(4): 1132-1167.
- Stone, Samuel B. and Justin A. Tucker. 2016. “Variation in Structural Home Rule: Evidence from California City Councils.” California Journal of Politics and Policy 8(4): 1-17.
- Stone, Samuel B., Akheil Singla, James Comeaux, and Charlotte L. Kirschner. 2015. “A Comparison of Financial Indicators: The Case of Detroit.” Public Budgeting & Finance 35(4): 90-111.
- Stone, Samuel B. 2015. “The Effect of Fiscal Decentralization on the Financial Condition of Municipal Government.” International Journal of Public Administration 38(6): 453-460.
- Kravchuk, Robert S. and Samuel B. Stone. 2010. “How and When Do Structural Deficits Reveal Themselves? The Case of Indiana.” Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management 22(4): 487-510.
- Stone, Samuel B. and Robert S. Kravchuk. 2009. "The Difficulty of Restoring Structural Balance: The Case of Indiana, 2001-2007." International Journal of Public Administration 32(7): 562-577.