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Dwight Denison

Dwight Denison

Professor Emeritus

Martin School

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Dwight Denison is Professor Emeritus and formerly Professor of Public and Nonprofit Finance at the Martin School of Public Policy and Administration at University of Kentucky in addition to being a former Director of Graduate Studies for the traditional Masters in Public Administration program. His research interests include financial management, municipal finance, and tax administration. He is also interested in the financing of the not-for-profit sector. His research has been published in various books and journals including: National Tax Journal, Public Finance Review, Public Administration Review, Public Budgeting and Finance, Municipal Finance Journal, Transportation Quarterly, and the Journal of Nonprofit Management. He has served as a public-finance consultant to many well-known organizations including Citizen's Budget Commission, Council of State Governments, and Financial Guaranty Insurance Company. Prior to joining the Martin School, he spent eight years on the faculty at the Wagner School at New York University.

Courses Taught

PA 632 Public Funds Management
PA 661 Financial Management of Nonprofit Organizations
PA 731 Fiscal and Budgetary Policy