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Dr. Neil J. Buckley
Undergraduate Program Director and Associate Professor
Department of Economics
York University

Contact:

  • Address: 1140 Vari Hall, Department of Economics, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario, M3J 1P3, Canada
  • Email: nbuckley AT yorku.ca
  • Phone (email is better, see above): (416) 736-2100 x77031 [Fax: 416-736-5987]
  • Office Hours: Please email for an appointment

Teaching (this year):

Undergraduate Program (Department of Economics):

Research Information:

  • Teaching and Research Fields: Experimental Economics, Health Economics, Environmental Economics.
  • Curriculum Vitae [PDF]

Peer Reviewed Research Publications:

  • Neil J Buckley, Kate Cuff , Jerry Hurley, Stuart Mestelman, Stephanie Thomas and David Cameron, (2016 forthcoming). Should I Stay or Should I Go? Exit Options withing Mixed Systems of Public and Private Health Care Finance, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.
  • Neil J Buckley, Kate Cuff , Jerry Hurley, Stuart Mestelman, Stephanie Thomas and David Cameron, (2015). Support for Public Provision of a Private Good with Top-Up and Opt-Out: A Controlled Laboratory Experiment, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 111, 177-196.
  • Neil J Buckley, Kate Cuff , Jerry Hurley, Logan McLeod, Stuart Mestelman, and David Cameron, (2012). An Experimental Investigation of Mixed Systems of Public and Private Health Care Finance, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 84(3), 713-729.
  • Neil J. Buckley, Kate Cuff, Jerry Hurley, Logan McLeod, Robert Nuscheler and David Cameron. (2012). Willingness-to-Pay for Parallel Private Health Insurance: Evidence from a Laboratory Experiment. Canadian Journal of Economics 45(1), 137-166.
  • Jerry Hurley, Neil J. Buckley, Kate Cuff, Mita Giacomini and David Cameron. (2011). Judgements Regarding the Fair Division of Goods: The Impact of Verbal vs. Quantitative Descriptions of Alternative Divisions. Social Choice and Welfare 37(2), 341-372.
  • Neil J. Buckley, Stuart Mestelman and R. Andrew Muller. (2008). Baseline-and-Credit Emission Permit Trading: Experimental Evidence Under Variable Output Capacity, in Environmental Economics, Experimental Methods , Todd Cherry, Stephan Kroll and Jason Shogren (eds.), New York : Routledge Press.
  • Stephan Schott, Neil Buckley, Stuart Mestelman, and R. Andrew Muller, (2007). Output Sharing in Partnerships as a Common Pool Resource Management Instrument, Environmental and Resource Economics 37(4), 697-711.
  • Neil J. Buckley, Stuart Mestelman and R. Andrew Muller, (2006). Implications of Alternative Emission Trading Plans: Experimental Evidence, Pacific Economic Review 11(2), 149-166.
  • Neil J. Buckley, Frank T. Denton, A. Leslie Robb, and Byron G. Spencer, (2006). Socioeconomic Influence on the Health of Older People: Estimates Based on Two Longitudinal Surveys, Canadian Public Policy 32(1), 59-83.
  • James Chowhan and Neil J. Buckley, (2005). Using Mean Bootstrap Weights in Stata: A BSWREG Revision, Research Data Centre Information and Technical Bulletin 2(1), 23-37. [Statistics Canada Institutional and Peer Reviewed]
  • Neil J. Buckley, Frank T. Denton, A. Leslie Robb, and Byron G. Spencer, (2004). Healthy Aging at Older Ages: Are Income and Education Important? Canadian Journal of Aging 23(S1), S155-S169.
  • Neil J. Buckley, Frank T. Denton, A. Leslie Robb, and Byron G. Spencer, (2004). The Transition from Good to Poor Health: An Econometric Study of the Older Population, Journal of Health Economics 23(5), 1013-1034.
  • Emmanuelle Pierard, Neil Buckley, and James Chowhan, (2004). Bootstrapping Made Easy: A Stata ADO File, Research Data Centre Information and Technical Bulletin 1(1), 20-36. [Statistics Canada Institutional and Peer Reviewed]
  • Neil Buckley, Stuart Mestelman and Mohamed Shehata, (2003). Subsidizing Public Inputs, Journal of Public Economics 87(3-4), 819-846.
  • Neil Buckley, Kenneth S. Chan, James Chowhan, Stuart Mestelman and Mohamed Shehata, (2001). Value Orientations, Income and Displacement Effects, and Voluntary Contributions, Experimental Economics 4(2), 183-195.

Technical Reports:

  • Brian Hutchison, Neil J. Buckley, Jeremiah Hurley, Paul Contoyannis, Andrea Ruskova, Gioia Buckley, Robert Reid, Murray Finkelstein and Olga Rakita. Needs-Adjusted Primary Care Capitation Payment: Development and Comparison of Models. Report to the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and the Needs-Adjusted Primary Care Capitation Funding Stakeholder Working Group . Final Report, September 2006.

Conference Proceedings:

  • Neil J. Buckley, Stuart Mestelman, R. Andrew Muller, Stephan Schott, Jingjing Zhang, “Shut Up and Fish: The Role of Communication when Output-Sharing is used to Manage a Common Pool Resource“, Atlantic Canada Economics Association 2009 Papers and Proceedings, posted at http://www.unb.ca/econ/acea/documents/ShutUpandFishSept09.pdf
  • Stephan Schott, Neil Buckley, Stuart Mestelman, and R. Andrew Muller, "Shirking for Dollars: Regulating the Exploitation of a Common Pool Resource" in Atlantic Canada Economics Association 2002 Papers and Proceedings, David Murrell, editor, posted at http://www.unb.ca/econ/acea/ACEA2002-Mestelman.pdf [PDF]

Working Papers and Papers Submitted for Publication:

  • Neil J. Buckley, Stuart Mestelman, R. Andrew Muller, Stephan Schott and JingJing Zhang, “Communication and Repetition in Environments with Offsetting Externalities and Competing Groups", August 2012, Manuscript.
  • Neil J. Buckley, Stuart Mestelman and R. Andrew Muller, "Production Capacity and Abatement Technology Strategies in Alternative Emissions Markets", August 2012, Manuscript.
  • Longena Ng and Neil J. Buckley, "Treatment Costs for Eating Disorders in Ontario", March 2009, Manuscript.
  • Neil Buckley, "Short-Run Implications of Cap-and-Trade versus Baseline-and-Credit Emission Trading Plans: Experimental Evidence", November 2004, McMaster University, Department of Economics, Working Paper 2004-05. [PDF | Appendix A (Screenshots) | Appendix B (Instructions) ]
  • Neil Buckley, R. Andrew Muller, and Stuart Mestelman, "Long-Run Implications of Alternative Emission Trading Plans: An Experiment with Robot Traders", May 2003, McMaster University, Department of Economics, Working Paper 2003-04. [ PDF]

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