Kenneth is a Senior Research Economist with the Jacob France Institute at the University of Baltimore and an Associate Professor of Finance and Economics at Coppin State University. He provides the Institute with economic contribution analyses, and his expertise and understanding of local market dynamics.
Dr. Stanton has extensive experience in economic analyses including economic impact studies of wind energy installations and universities, the economic costs of the death penalty in Maryland, the costs of regulation in each sector of the US economy, the costs of obesity and the regulation of the financial services industry in Canada. He has presented testimony on numerous occasions to state government bodies in Maryland, Illinois, North Carolina, and Texas regarding taxation and other policy issues and he has previously presented testimony to the Maryland PSC. He is recognized by the State of Maryland Court as an expert in financial economics and has provided expert testimony in bank malfeasance, criminal injury and other damage cases.
- The Economic Activity Generated by the University of Maryland, Baltimore – FY2014
Kenneth R. Stanton