Vance Ginn, Ph.D., is a policy analyst in the Center for Fiscal Policy at the Texas Public Policy Foundation in Austin, TX.
Before joining the Foundation in September 2013, Vance interned at TPPF as a Charles G. Koch Summer Fellow in 2011 and anxiously awaited his return to fight for liberty. He is a Ph.D. economist and an accomplished author, teacher, and analyst.
In 2006, Vance graduated with honors from Texas Tech University with a B.B.A in Economics and Accounting and minors in Political Science and Mathematics. After interning for a U.S. Texas Congressman in Washington, D.C., he started his doctoral degree at Texas Tech University and graduated in 2013.
Vance has successfully published several peer-reviewed articles in academic journals and commentary in newspapers and free market blogs. His research interests include free markets, fiscal policy, energy topics, monetary issues, and economic modeling.
Vance has a proven record of being a high-quality instructor at four places of higher education, where he received an instructor of the year award at Texas Tech University and ranked near the top of a national instructor ratings system at Sam Houston State University. He is a member of several professional economic organizations and presents research at their annual meetings.
Vance and his wife, Emily, live in Round Rock, TX.
- “Abolish Property Taxes”
- “The Texas Hockey Stick: Charting The Lone Star Oil Boom”
- “You Think The Deficit Is Bad? Federal Unfunded Liabilities Exceed $127 Trillion”
- “An Examination of the Macroeconomic Effects of Petroleum Prices”
- “Evaluating Growth Volatility Susceptibility Within Regional Free Trade Agreements”
- “Special Lending Facilities of the Fed: Actions and Results”
- “6 Myths About Income Inequality in America”
- Your Houston News
- Austin American-Statesman
- Master Resource
- San Antonio Express-News