M. Kevin McGee
Specialties: Tax Policy, Investment Under Uncertainty, Statistical Theory and Risk
Ph.D., Ohio State University
Professor of Economics
Sage 2418, 920-424-7155
Dr. McGee's personal homepage: www.uwosh.edu/faculty_staff/mcgee/
Dr. McGee earned his B.A. in Mathematics from Ohio Dominican College, and his M.A. and Ph.D. from The Ohio State University. He served on the Oshkosh Common Council from 1997 to 2001. He regularly teaches Economic and Business Statistics, Econometrics, Microeconomic Principles, and Public Sector Economics.
"Disparity, Shortfall, and Twice-Endogenous HARA Utility", Econometric Reviews, Vol. 32(4), 2012: 524-541 (with M. Ryan Haley and Todd B. Walker).
“Budget Priorities and Community Perceptions of Service Quality and Importance”, Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management, Vol. 24(2), Summer 2012: 255-277 (with Karl Nollenberger, Craig Maher, and Paul Beach).
“KLICing There and Back Again: Portfolio Selection Using the Empirical Likelihood Divergence and the Hellinger Distance,” Journal of Empirical Finance, Vol. 18, 2011: 341-352 (with M. Ryan Haley).
“Twice Constrained Investment Under Uncertainty: A Mixed Time Model,” Research in Economics, Vol. 64(2), June 2010, 110-120.
"Tilting Safety First and the Sharpe Portfolio," Finance Research Letters, Vol 3, 2006: 173-180 (with M. Ryan Haley).
"Capital Gains Taxation and New Firm Investment," National Tax Journal 60, December 1998, 653-673.
"Alternative Transitions to a Consumption Tax," National Tax Journal 42, June 1989, 155.
American Economic Association
National Tax Association-Tax Institute of America