I am an Assistant Professor at the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences at the University of Texas at Dallas. Prior to joining UT Dallas in 2013, I completed my PhD in Public Administration and Policy at Arizona State University. My research in state and local government finance focuses on the effects of fiscal institutions on fiscal health. More broadly, my research in applied government finance seeks to inform governments of new ways to manage fiscal risk and ensure longer-term fiscal health which involves responsible management of operating budgets, long-term debt, and employee retirement obligations. Besides pursuing research in government finance, I have a nascent interest in the determinants and outcomes of migration and in democratic institutions of governance in post-Soviet economies. At UT Dallas, I teach undergraduate and graduate courses in public affairs economics, research methods, financial management for non-profit organizations, public administration theory, and fiscal and budgetary policy.
- Anna Clark and Evgenia Gorina.Forthcoming. “Emergency Financial Management in Small Michigan Cities: Short-term Fix or Fiscal Sustainability” Public Administration Quarterly.
- Agadjanian, Victor, Evgenia Gorina, and Cecilia Menjivar. 2014. Economic Incorporation, Civic Inclusion, and Social Ties: Plans to Return Home among Central Asian Female Migrants in Moscow, Russia. International Migration Review, 48 (3): 577-603. Lead paper.
- Chapman, Jeffrey and Evgenia Gorina. 2012. Effects of the Form of Government and Property Tax Limits on Local Finance in the Context of Revenue and Expenditure Simultaneity. Public Budgeting and Finance, 32 (4): 19-45.
- Chapman, Jeffrey and Evgenia Gorina. 2012. Municipal Fiscal Stress and the Use of Tax Increment Financing (TIF). Town Planning Review, 83 (2): 195-203. Lead paper.
School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences
University of Texas at Dallas
800 W. Campbell Rd., Office GR 2.322
Richardson, TX 75080
United States of America
Office phone: 972-883-3515