Senior Financial Economist
Compliance Risk Analysis Division
Garrett Senney, CAMS is a senior financial economist in the Compliance Risk Analysis Division within the Economics Department at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).
Dr. Senney joined the OCC in 2016. His research examines the dynamic effects that informational frictions have on consumer behavior with a special interest in search and the use of online tools and platforms. He also studies the determinants of labor productivity. Dr. Senney holds a Ph. D. in economics from the Ohio State University.
- Other Papers
- 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.” Journal of Industrial Economics. 67(1): 1-36.
- Blevins, J. & Senney, G. (2019). “Dynamic Selection and Distributional Bounds on Search Costs in Dynamic Unit-Demand Models.” Quantitative Economics. 10(3): 891-929.
- Goodenberger, J. Munk, R., & Senney, G. “Interactive Effects of Temperature and Air Quality on Labor Productivity.” Working Paper
- Senney, G. & Lhost, J. “Empirical Analysis of the Optimal Reservation Prices in Peer-to-Peer Lending Auctions.” Working Paper
- Senney, G. & Lhost, J. “Market Power in Uniform Price Auctions: Evidence from Prosper.” Working Paper
- Lewis-Faupel, S. & Senney, G. “Approaches to Pricing in Fair Lending Exams.” OCC White Paper.
- Senney, G. Search Frictions and Vertical Differentiation: An Analysis of Consumer Behavior in the Television Market. Working Paper