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Dr Michelle Haynes

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BA (Lancaster), MSc (Warwick), PhD (Nottingham)
Associate Professor in Industrial Economics

Division: Industrial Economics and Finance
E-mail: Michelle.Haynes@nottingham.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 115 9515483
Location: B78b (North Building, Jubilee Campus)

Michelle Haynes has been a member of staff at Nottingham University Business School since 2003. She is currently an Associate Professor in Industrial Economics. Prior to coming to Nottingham she spent two years as a lecturer at the Department of Economics, Warwick. She was also previously employed as a Research Fellow in The Leverhulme Centre for Research on Globalisation and Economic Policy (GEP), School of Economics, University of Nottingham and as a Research Assistant on an ESRC funded project ?Corporate Refocusing in the UK: An Empirical Analysis of its Causes and Consequences?, Nottingham University Business School. Her research interests include an analysis of the causes and consequences of corporate divestment by firms; the impact of mergers and IT deployment in the UK building societies sector; and pricing in shopbot-mediated markets. She has published a range of papers including papers in the Economic Journal, Journal of Industrial Economics, International Journal of Industrial Organization and the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.

Research Interests
Corporate divestment: analysis of the causes and consequences of corporate divestment by firms; Financial services sector: the impact of mergers and IT deployment in the UK building societies sector; pricing in shopbot-mediated markets.

Administrative Roles
Head of International Study
International Study Coordinator
I am module convenor of the following modules:


Undergraduate

Economics of Regulation and Competition Policy (N13430)


Details of all modules can be found in the Module Catalogue


External Exminerships & Validations
2016 - 2016    External Examiner for postgraduate students at Warwick Business School taking Business Economics/Managerial Economics/IO modules on the MBA/MSc programmes.
Current Research Activities
Corporate divestment: analysis of the causes and consequences of corporate divestment by firms; Financial services sector: the impact of mergers and IT deployment in the UK building societies sector; pricing in shopbot-mediated markets.
I am currently supervising the following Research Students:

Huyen Ngoc Phuong Nguyen
 

Publications prior to 2005



Publications prior to 2005

Journal Articles

Greenaway, D.; Haynes, M. (2003), "Funding Higher Education", Economic Journal, Vol.113 (485), pp.150-F166.

Haynes, M.; Thompson, S.; Wright, M. (2003), "The Determinants of Divestment: A Panel Data Analysis", Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Vol.52 (1), pp.147-166.

Greenaway, D.; Haynes, M.; Milner, C. (2002), "Adjustment, Employment Characteristics and Intra-Industry Trade", Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, Vol.138 (2), pp.254-276.

Haynes, M.; Thompson, S.; Wright, M. (2002), "The Impact of Divestment on Firm Performance: Empirical Evidence from a Panel of UK Companies", Journal of Industrial Economics, Vol.50 (2), pp.173-196.

Haynes, M.; Upward, R.; Wright, P. (2002), "Estimating the Wage Costs of Inter- and Intra-Sectoral Adjustment", Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, Vol.138 (2), pp.254-276.

Haynes, M.; Thompson, S.; Wright, M. (2000), "The Determinants of Corporate Divestment in the UK", International Journal of Industrial Organization, Vol.18 (8), pp.1201-1222.

Haynes, M.; Wright, P.; Upward, R. (2000), "Smooth and Sticky Adjustment: A Comparative Analysis of the US and UK", Review of International Economics, Vol.8 (3), pp.517-532.

Thompson, S.; Haynes, M. (2000), "The Productivity Consequences of IT Deployment: An Empirical Evaluation of ATM Introduction", Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Vol.62 (25), pp.631-643.

Haynes, M.; Thompson, S. (1999), "The Productivity Effects of Bank Mergers: Evidence from the UK Building Societies", Journal of Banking and Finance, Vol.23, pp.825-846.

Thompson, S.; Haynes, M. (1999), "Merger Activity and Employment: Evidence from UK Building Mutual Sector", Empirica, Vol.26, pp.39-54.



Chapters in Books

Greenaway, D.; Haynes, M. (2004), "Funding Higher Education", in Johnes, G.; Johnes, J. (ed) International Handbook on the Economics of Education, Edward Elgar Publishing.

Haynes, M.; Thompson, S. (2000), "Productivity, Employment and the IT Paradox: Evidence from Financial Services", in R. Barrell, G. Mason and M. O'Mahoney (ed) Productivity, Innovation and Economic Performance, Cambridge University Press.

Haynes, M.; Wright, P.; Upward, R. (2000), "Smooth and Sticky Adjustment: A Comparative Analysis of the US and UK", in E. K. Choi and D. Greenaway (ed) Globalization and Labor Markets, Blackwell.

Thompson, S.; Haynes, M.; Wright, M. (1999), "Sources of Venture Capital Deals: MBOs. IBOs and Corporate Refocusing", in Wright, M.; Robbie, K. (ed) Management Buy-outs and Venture Capital, Edward Elgar.



Reports for external body

Greenaway, D.; Haynes, M. 2000, "Funding Universities to Meet National and International Challenges", in School of Economics Policy Report 001 commissioned by the Russell Group of Universities.



Publications from 2005 to the present day

Journal Articles

Haynes, M.; Thompson, S. (2016), "The value of Online Seller Reputation: Evidence from a Price Comparison Site", Managerial and Decision Economics, Vol.38 (3), pp. 302-313.

Haynes, M.; Thompson, S. (2014), "Hit-and-Run or Sit and Wait? Contestability Revisited in a Price Comparison Site-Mediated Market", International Journal of the Economic of Business, Vol.21 (2), pp. 165-190.

Haynes, M.; Thompson, S.; Wright, P. (2014), "New Model Introductions, Cannibalization and Market Stealing: Evidence from Shopbot Data", The Manchester School, Vol.82 (4), pp. 385-408.

Haynes, M.; Thompson, S. (2013), "Entry and Exit Behavior in the Absence of Sunk Costs: Evidence from a Price Comparison Site", Review of Industrial Organization, Vol.42 (1), pp. 1-23.

Haynes, M.; Thompson, S. (2012), "Developments in Electronic Markets: An Introduction", International Journal of the Economic of Business, Vol.19 (1), pp. 99-102.

Haynes, M.; Thompson, S. (2012), "The Economic Significance of User-Generated Feedback", International Journal of the Economic of Business, Vol.19 (1), pp. 153-166.

Haynes, M.; Thompson, S. (2008), "Price, Price Dispersion and Number of Sellers at a Low Entry Cost Shopbot", International Journal of Industrial Organization, Vol.26, pp. 459-72.

Haynes, M.; Thompson, S.; Wright, M. (2007), "Executive Remuneration and Corporate Divestment: Motivating Managers to Make Unpalatable Decisions", Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, Vol.34(5-6), pp.792-818.



Chapters in Books

Haynes, M.; Thompson, S.; Wright, M. (2005), "Divestment, Remuneration and Corporate Governance in Mature Firms", in Filatochev, I.; Wright, M. (ed) The Life-Cycle of Corporate Governance, Edward Elgar.



Conferences

Haynes, M.; Thompson, S. 2009, "Hit-and-Run or Sit and Wait? Contestability Revisited in a Shopbot Mediated Market", at EARIE Conference, Ljubljana.

Haynes, M. 2006, "Price, Price Dispersion and Number of Sellers at a Low Entry cost Shopbot", at EARIE Conference, Amsterdam.

 

 

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