Matthew McGinty

Associate Professor
 (414) 229-6146
 Bolton Hall 888



PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz
MA, University of California, Santa Cruz
BA, Michigan State University

Research Interests

Environmental Economics, Game Theory and Industrial Organization

Current Projects

“On Technological Implications of Emissions Trading: Absolute Versus Intensity-Based Design Schemes”
“Leadership and Team Production”

Selected Publications

McGinty, M. D. (2014). Strategic Incentives in Teams: Implications of Returns to Scale. Southern Economic Journal, 81(2), 474-88.
McGinty, M. D., & Milam, G. (2013). Public Goods Provision by Asymmetric Agents: Experimental Evidence. Social Choice and Welfare, 40(4), 1159-1177.
McGinty, M. D., Milam, G., & Gelves, A. (2012). Coalition Stability in Public Goods Experiments: Testing a New Allocation Rule. Environmental and Resource Economics, 52(3), 327-345.
McGinty, M. D. (2011). A Risk-Dominant Allocation: Maximizing Coalition Stability (2011) 13 (2), 311-325. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 13(2), 311-325.
McGinty, M. D. (2010). International Environmental Agreements as Evolutionary Games. Environmental and Resource Economics, 45(2), 251-269.
McGinty, M. D. (2008). An Evolutionary Race to the Top: Trade, Oligopoly and Convex Pollution Damage. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 8(1), Article 17.
Heywood, J., & McGinty, M. D. (2007). Convex Costs and the Merger Paradox Revisited. Economic Inquiry, 45(2), 342-349.
McGinty, M. D. (2007). International Environmental Agreements Among Asymmetric Nations. Oxford Economic Papers, 59(1), 45-62.