M. Ryan Haley

Professor
Economics

Education:
  • Ph.D. Economics University of Iowa 2003
  • MS Mathematics University of Iowa 2002
  • MA Economics University of Iowa 2000
  • BA Economics, Mathematics and Applied Statistics University of St. Thomas 1996
Publications:
  • Haley, M. R., & Foster, J. (2022). Charity Auctions as Assets: Theory and Simulations of Fundraising Risk Management in Mean-Variance Space. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences.
  • Haley, M. R. (2021). Shortfall Portfolio Selection: A Bootstrap and k-Fold Analysis. Applied Economics Letters.
  • Haley, M. R. (2020). Combining the Weighted and Unweighted Euclidean Indices: A Graphical Approach. Scientometrics.
  • Haley, M. R., & McGee, M. K. (2020). Jointly Valuing Journal Visibility and Author Citation Count: An Axiomatic Approach. Journal of Informetrics.
  • Haley, M. R. (2020). A Simple Paradigm for Augmenting the Euclidean Index to Reflect Journal Impact and Visibility. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  • Haley, M. R., Cotti, C., Foster, J., & Rawski, S. L. (2020). Duluth vs. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A Natural Field Experiment on Intimate Partner Violence Diversion Programs. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.
  • Haley, M. R. (2019). An EigenFactor-Weighted Power Mean Generalization of the Euclidean Index. PLOS One.
  • Haley, M. R. (2018). A Moment-Free Nonparametric Quantity-of-Quality Approach to Optimal Portfolio Selection: A Role for Endogenous Shortfall and Windfall Boundaries? Journal of the Operational Research Society.
  • Haley, M. R. (2018). A Parametric ``Parent Metric'' Approach for Comparing Maximum-Normalized Journal Ranking Metrics. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology.
  • Haley, M. R. (2017). K-Fold Cross Validation Performance Comparisons of Six Naive Portfolio Selection Rules: How Naive Can You Be and Still Have Successful Out-of-Sample Portfolio Performance? Annals of Finance.
  • Haley, M. R. (2017). On the Inauspicious Incentives of the Scholar-level H-index: An Economist's take on Collusive and Coercive Citation. Applied Economics Letters.
  • Haley, M. R. (2017). On the Normalization and Distributional Adjustment of Journal Ranking Metrics: A Simple Parametric Approach. Journal of the Association of Information Science and Technology.
  • Cotti, C., Haley, M. R., & Miller, L. (2016). Assessing the impact of different workplace flexibilities on workplace stress in the presence of varying degrees of job control. Applied Economics Letters.
  • Haley, M. R. (2015). Shortfall Minimization and the Naive (1/N) Portfolio: An Out-of-Sample Comparison. Applied Economics Letters.
  • Haley, M. R. (2015). A Ranking of Journals for the Aspiring Health Economist. Applied Economics.
  • Haley, M. R., & Miller, L. A. (2014). Correlates of Flexible Working Arrangements, Stress, and Sleep Difficulties in the US Workforce: Does the Flexibility of the Flexibility Matter? Empirical Economics.
  • Haley, M. R., Paarsch, H. J., & Whiteman, C. H. (2013). Smoothed Safety First and the Holding of Assets. Quantitative Finance.
  • Haley, M. R. (2013). Gaussian and Logistic Adaptations of Smooth Safety First. Annals of Finance.
  • Haley, M. R. (2013). The “Core Concepts Plus” Paradigm for Creating an Electronic Textbook for Introductory Business and Economic Statistics. Journal of Statistics Education.
  • Haley, M. R. (2013). Ranking Top Economics and Finance Journals Using Microsoft Academics Search Versus Google Scholar: How Does the New Perish Option Compare? Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 65: 1079-1084.
  • Haley, M. R., McGee, M. K., & Walker, T. B. (2012). Disparity, Shortfall, and Twice-Endogenous HARA Utility. Econometric Reviews.
  • Haley, M. R., & Taengnoi Siemers, S. (2011). The Skill Transferability of High-Skilled US Immigrants. Applied Economics Letters.
  • Haley, M. R., & McGee, M. K. (2011). KLICing There and Back Again: Portfolio Selection Using the Empirical Likelihood Divergence and the Hellinger Distance. Journal of Empirical Finance.
  • Haley, M. R., & Walker, T. B. (2010). Alternative Tilts for Nonparametric Option Pricing. Journal of Futures Markets.
  • Haley, M. R. (2010). Bounding Revenue Leakages at Scale-Sale Timber Auctions: Evidence from Wisconsin State Forest Auctions. Empirical Economics.
  • Van Scyoc, L., & Haley, M. R. (2010). Adverse Selection, Seller Reputation, and Buyer Insurance in Online Auctions for 1960s-era Collectible Baseball Cards. Applied Economics Letters, 17(13-15), 1341-1346.
  • Haley, M. R. (2009). On the Athey-Levin Model of Skewed Bidding. Applied Economics Letters.
  • Haley, M. R., & Whiteman, C. (2008). Generalized Safety First and a New Twist on Portfolio Performance. Econometric Reviews.
  • Haley, M. R., Cole, M. T., & Lowen, A. M. (2008). A Note on Bilateral Trade Agreements in the Presence of Irreversible Investment and Deferred Negotiations. Economics Bulletin.
  • Haley, M. R. (2008). A Simple Nonparametric Approach to Low-Dimension, Shortfall-Based Portfolio Selection. Finance Research Letters.
  • Haley, M. R., & McGee, M. K. (2006). Tilting Safety First and the Sharpe Portfolio. Finance Research Letters.
  • Haley, M. R., & Paarsch, H. J. (2004). The Stochastic Implications Of Rent Maximization: An Application To Stumpage Rates For Timber In British Columbia. Journal Of Applied Econometrics.
  • Haley, M. R., & (2003). The Response Of Worker Effort To Piece Rates: Evidence From The Midwest Logging Industry. Journal of Human Resources.
Conference Presentations:
  • Fuller, D. L., & Haley, M. R. . A Precautionary Tale: Unemployment Insurance Policy with Concealed Earnings”,. , Minneapolis, MN, 2021.
  • Fuller, D. L., & Haley, M. R. . A Precautionary Tale: Unemployment Insurance Policy with Concealed. 27th International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance, Tokyo, Japan (online in 2021).
  • Haley, M. R. . The `Core Concepts Plus' Paradigm for Creating an Electronic Textbook for Introductory Business and Economic Statistics.. CAUSE Webinar, Online 2013.
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