M. Ryan Haley
Specialties: Financial Econometrics, Labor/Health Economic and Natural Resources Economics
Ph.D., University of Iowa
TRISS Endowed Associate Professor of Economics
Department Chair, Economics
Sage 2473, (920) 424-7150
Dr. Haley earned his Ph.D. from the University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, his MS in Mathematics and his MA in Economics from the University of Iowa, and his BA in Economics, Mathematics and Applied Statistics from the University of St. Thomas, St Paul, MN.
Cotti, Chad D., Haley, M. Ryan, and Laurie A. Miller. 2013. "Workplace Flexibilities, Job Satisfaction, and Union Membership in the US Workforce." British Journal of Industrial Relations, (forthcoming).
Haley, M. Ryan, Paarsch, Harry J., and Charles H. Whiteman. 2013. "Smoothed Safety First and the Holding of Assets." Quantitative Finance, 13: 167-176.
Haley, M. Ryan, McGee, M. Kevin, and Todd B. Walker. 2011. "Disparity, Shortfall, and Twice-Endogenous HARA Utility." Econometric Reviews, Vol. 32(4), 2012: 524-541.
Haley, M. Ryan and M. Kevin McGee. 2011. "KLICing There and Back Again: Portfolio Selection Using the Empirical Likelihood Divergence and the Hellinger Distance." Journal of Empirical Finance, 18: 341-352.
Haley, M. Ryan. 2010. Bounding Revenue Leakages at Scale-Bid Timber Auctions: Evidence from Wisconsin State Forest Auctions. Empirical Economics, 39: 427-437.
Haley, M. Ryan and Todd B. Walker. 2010. "Alternative Tilts for Nonparametric Option Pricing." Journal of Futures Markets, 30: 983-1006.
Haley, M. Ryan and Charles H. Whiteman. 2008. "Generalized Safety First and a New Twist on Portfolio Performance." Econometric Reviews, 27: 457-483.
Haley, M. Ryan and Harry J. Paarsch. 2004. "The Stochastic Implications of Rent Maximization: An Application to Stumpage Rates for Timber in British Columbia." Journal of Applied Econometrics 19: 25-48.
Haley, M. Ryan. 2003. "The Response of Worker Effort to Piece Rates: Evidence from the Midwest Logging Industry." Journal of Human Resources 28: 881-890.