Homepage of John M. Nunley
Welcome to my website! I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse (UW-L). I am an applied microeconomist, with primary interestes in labor economics, the economics of the family, and experimental economics.
Currently, I am studying the peer effects in the context of retirement decisions, the labor-market opportunities facing recent and new college graduates, and the short- and long-run effects of divorce laws on divorce rates.
I enjoy teaching courses in the general area of microeconomics, especially introductory microeconomics, (Eco 110), econometrics (Eco 307), intermediate microeconomics (Eco 308) and labor economics (Eco 330). I plan to offer these courses on a regular basis in the coming years. I hope to offer a course on industrial organization (Eco 303) at some point in the future.