Homepage of John M. Nunley

Welcome to my website! I am an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse (UW-L) with interests in the following general areas: labor economics, economics of the family and experimental economics. In particular, I am interested in retirement behavior, the influence of peer behavior on own behavior, time allocation, racial/gender discrimation, the returns to internship experience, the consequences of underemployment (i.e. taking a job below one's skill level), the marriage earnings premuium and the economics of child custody.

I teach courses in the general area of microeconomics. I am currently teaching the following courses: Microeocnomics and Public Policy (Eco 110, both online and face-to-face), Introduction to Econometrics (Eco 307), Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis (Eco 308), and Labor Economics (Eco 330). I plan to offer a course on industrial organization in the future (Eco 303).