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School of Economic Sciences | WSU Ryne Rohla

CV (pdf)

Education

  • Ph.D., Economics, Washington State University, Expected May 2018.
    • Advisor: Gregmar Galinato
    • Fields of Study: Public Economics, Econometrics
  • B.A., Economics, Eastern Washington University, 2013.
    • Minors: Mathematics, Government

Research Interests

  • Political Economy
  • Public Economics
  • Spatial Econometrics

Submitted Papers

  • Galinato, Gregmar and Ryne Rohla. “Do Privately-Owned Prisons Increase Incarceration Rates?” 2017 (Revise and resubmit requested at Journal of Public Economics).
  • Johnston, Ron, Kelvyn Jones, David Manley, and Ryne Rohla. “Spatial Scale and the Geographical Polarization of the American Electorate.” 2017 (Under Review).

Work in Progress

  • “Electoral Responses to Post-Affordable Care Act Insurance Coverage Changes.” 2017.
  • “How Private Prisons Affect Incarceration Likelihood.” 2017.
  • “The Partisan Tithe: Revealed Preferences for Political Homogeneity in Church Selection.” (with M. Keith Chen) 2017.
  • “Politics Gets Personal: Effects of Political Partisanship and Advertising on Family Ties.” (with M. Keith Chen) 2017.
  • “Search Choice in Housing Purchases.” (with M. Keith Chen and Yi-Lin Tsai) 2017.

Presentations

  • Ryne Rohla. “How Private Prisons Affect Incarceration Likelihood.” Washington State University School of Economic Sciences Department Seminar, Pullman, Washington, 2017.
  • Galinato, Gregmar and Ryne Rohla. “Do Privately-Owned Prisons Increase Incarceration Rates?” Western Economics Association International, Portland, Oregon, 2016.
  • Ryne Rohla. “A Spatial Caucus Effect: Jesse Jackson and South Carolina in the 1988 Presidential Primaries.” National Conference for Undergraduate Research, La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2013.

Teaching Experience

Instructor — Washington State University

  • EconS 320 — Money and Banking: Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 — Online

Developer — Washington State University

  • EconS 302 — Intermediate Macroeconomics: Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 — Online

Teaching Assistant — Washington State University

  • EconS 302 — Intermediate Macroeconomics: Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, and Spring 2017
  • EconS 101 — Introductory Microeconomics: Fall 2013, Spring 2014
  • EconS 102 — Introductory Macroeconomics: Fall 2013, Spring 2014

Research Experience

Research Assistant — Washington State University

  • Alan Love, Summer 2015

References

Ryne Rohla

Contact Info:

E-mail: ryne.rohla@wsu.edu
Website: rynerohla.com

Office Location:

323H Hulbert Hall
School of Economic Sciences
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-6210