Home- Faculty Search- Faculty Directory- Michael O'Hara Colgate Directory FACULTY DETAIL < BACK TO RESULTS Michael O'HaraAssistant Professor of Economics Economics, 220 Persson Hall p firstname.lastname@example.org Curriculum Vitae Degree MA (2005), PhD (Economics - 2007): Binghamton University; MA (Irish Studies): New College of California, 2001 Teaching Experience Colgate University 2007 - 2014: Applied econometrics, Environmental Economics, Natural Resource Economics, Seminar in Environmental and Resource Economics, Introduction to Economics Instructor, Binghamton University, 2004-2006 Principles of Microeconomics, Economics of Growth and Sustainability Specialties Environmental and resource economics, econometrics Interests Environmental economics, applied parametric and nonparametric econometrics, discrete choice modeling and non-market valuation, land use, economic geography, GIS Partner in Project TIER: Teaching Integrity in Empirical Research Publications Working paper versions available on my SSRN page O'Hara, M. Pulling econometrics students up by their bootstraps. Journal of Economic Education 45(2): 121-130. (Director's cut version here) Code for exercise in paper in: R SAS Other macros described in the paper. (SAS)Sirianni, P. and M. O'Hara (2014) Do actions speak as loud as words? Commitments to `going green' on campus. Contemporary Economic Policy 32(2): 503 - 519. Poplawski, W. and M. O'Hara (2014). The feasibility of potential NHL markets under the new Collective Bargaining Agreement. Journal of Sports Economics 15(1): 64-77. O'Hara, M. (2013) Empirical identification of perceived congestion. Empirical Economics 45(3): 1167 - 1187. O'Hara, M. and C. Parmeter (2013) Nonparametric Generalized Least Squares in Applied Regression Analysis. Pacific Economic Review 18(4): 456 - 474. Travel Directed Colgate London Economic Study Group, Fall 2009 Professional Experience Worked with environmental groups in the Pacific Northwest in 2001 on local and regional issues.