Ph.D. Economics, The Ohio State University, May 2016.
Dissertation: "The Economics of Information, Frictions, and Consumer Behavior"
Committee: J. Blevins (Adviser), M. Saeedi, R. Steckel, and S. Cosslett
M.A. Economics, The Ohio State University, June 2012.
B.S. Business Administration (Economics and Urban Analysis), Summa Cum Laude, The Ohio State University, June 2011.
Financial Economist, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. Washington, DC. August 2016- present.
Research Assistant, Sports and Society Initiative at Ohio State. Columbus, Ohio. August 2015- May 2016.
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Ohio State Economics Dept. Columbus, Ohio. August 2012 to August 2015.
Research Assistant, Richard Steckel. Columbus, Ohio. March 2013 to August 2015.
Analyst. City of Dayton Office of Economic Development. Dayton, Ohio. June 2011- September 2011.
Fields of Research Interest
Empirical IO and Economic History
Fellowships, Awards, and Honors
University Fellowship, Graduate School at The Ohio State University, 2011-2012.
L. Edwin Smart Departmental Citation for Excellence in Teaching, The Ohio State University, 2014.
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking Travel Grant, The Ohio State University, 2014.
L. Edwin Smart Graduate Associate Teaching Award in Economics, The Ohio State University, 2015.
Member, American Economic Association, 2015-present.
Member, Midwestern Economics Association, 2015- present.
Senney, G. (2017). "Divorcing Collegiate Athletics from Education.” The Sports and Society Initiative Blog at Ohio State University. Volume 1 (3).
Senney, G. & Dunn, L. (2019). “The Role of Work Schedules and the Macroeconomy on Labor Effort.” Labour Economics. 57: 23-34.
Senney, G. (2019). "The Geography of Lender Behavior in Peer-to-Peer Loan Markets." [Forthcoming Journal of Industrial Economics]
Blevins, J. & Senney, G. (2019). "Dynamic Selection and Distributional Bounds on Search Costs in Dynamic Unit-Demand Model." [Forthcoming Quantitative Economics]
Steckel, R. & Senney, G. (2018). "The Continuing Puzzle of Hypertension among African Americans: Is Developmental Origins an Overlooked Explanation?”
Senney, G. & Steckel, R. (2018). “Developmental Origins of Cardiovascular Disease: Understanding High Mortality Rates in the American South.”
Senney, G. (2015). Search Frictions and Vertical Differentiation: An Analysis of Consumer Behavior in the Television Market.
Lewis-Faupel, S. & Senney, G. Approaches to Pricing in Fair Lending Exams.
Works in Progress
Senney, G. & Lhost, J. Optimal Selection of Reservation Prices in Peer-to-Peer Lending Auctions.
Senney, G. & Lhost, J. (2019). Empirical Insight on the Influence of Big Bidding on Uniform Price Auctions.
Goodenberger, J., Munk, R., & Senney, G. Influence of Air Quality on Work Effort.
Goodenberger, J. & Senney, G. Heterogeneous Preference for Amenities and House Prices.
Lewis-Faupel, S. & Senney, G. (2019). Debranching Project in the Age of the Internet.
Jackson, K. & Senney, G. (2019). Empirical Insight on Comparison Shopping for Mortgages.
Conference and Seminar Presentations
Ohio State University Applied Microeconomics Workshop April 09, 2014.
NBER Summer Institute Development of the American Economy, July 07, 2014.
Washington University in St. Louis Economics Graduate Student Conference October 25, 2014.
Ohio State University Applied Microeconomics Workshop January 27, 2015.
Ohio State University Applied Microeconomics Seminar February 05, 2015.
Midwest Economics Association Annual Meeting Conference March 25, 2015.
Ohio State University Applied Microeconomics Workshop November 10, 2015.
Midwest Economics Association Annual Meeting Conference April 07, 2016.
Midwest Economics Association Annual Meeting Conference April 01, 2017.
Lawrence University Economic Department Workshop June 21, 2018.
Teaching (Ohio State)
Econ 4130: World Economic Development in Historical Perspective SU 2013, AU 13, and SU 2014
Econ 4400: Elementary Econometrics SP 2015
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Econ 2002.01: Principles of Macroeconomics SP 2013
Econ 4140: Economic History of the Americas AU 2012, AU 2014, and AU 2015
Econ 4400: Elementary Econometrics SP 2014
Econ 5140: Economic History of the United States AU 2012