Margaret Insley
Margaret Insley
Associate Professor of Economics, University of Waterloo
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A real options approach to the valuation of a forestry investment
M Insley
Journal of environmental economics and management 44 (3), 471-492, 2002
On solving the multirotational timber harvesting problem with stochastic prices: a linear complementarity formulation
M Insley, K Rollins
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 87 (3), 735-755, 2005
On the option to invest in pollution control under a regime of tradable emissions allowances
MC Insley
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 36 (4), 860-883, 2003
On estimating the option value of preserving a wilderness area
M Forsyth
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 33 (2), 413-434, 2000
Regime switching in stochastic models of commodity prices: An application to an optimal tree harvesting problem
S Chen, M Insley
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 36 (2), 201-219, 2012
On the economics of ramping rate restrictions at hydro power plants: Balancing profitability and environmental costs
S Niu, M Insley
Energy Economics 39, 39-52, 2013
Contrasting two approaches in real options valuation: contingent claims versus dynamic programming
MC Insley, TS Wirjanto
Journal of Forest Economics 16 (2), 157-176, 2010
Hedges and trees: incorporating fire risk into optimal decisions in forestry using a no-arbitrage approach
M Insley, M Lei
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 492-514, 2007
The impact of stochastic extraction cost on the value of an exhaustible resource: An application to the Alberta oil sands
A Almansour, M Insley
The Energy Journal 37 (2), 1-28, 2016
Resource extraction with a carbon tax and regime switching prices: Exercising your options
M Insley
Energy Economics 67, 1-16, 2017
An options pricing approach to ramping rate restrictions at hydro power plants
S Niu, M Insley
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 63, 25-52, 2016
The economics of site investigation for groundwater protection: sequential decision making under uncertainty
M Forsyth
Journal of environmental economics and management 34 (1), 1-31, 1997
A financial analysis of a white pine improvement cut in Ontario
K Rollins, M Forsyth, S Bonti-Ankomah, B Amoah
The Forestry Chronicle 71 (4), 466-472, 1995
The Economics of Intensive Forest Management A Stand Level Analysis for the Romeo Malette Forest in Ontario A Report Prepared for Tembec Inc., the Ontario Ministry of Natural …
M Insley, G Fox
Leaving your tailings behind: Environmental bonds, bankruptcy and waste cleanup
S Aghakazemjourabbaf, M Insley
Resource and Energy Economics 65, 101246, 2021
The impact of water conservation regulations on mining firms: A stochastic control approach
Y Huang, M Insley
Water Resources and Economics 36, 100185, 2021
Climate Games: Who's on first? What's on second?
M Insley, PA Forsyth
L'Actualite Economique 95 (2-3), 2019
Optimal timing of hazardous waste cleanup under an environmental bond and a strict liability rule
S Aghakazemjourabbaf, M Insley
University of Waterloo, Department of Economics Working Papers, 2018
On the timing of non-renewable resource extraction with regime switching prices: an optimal stochastic control approach
M Insley
Department of Economics, University of Waterloo, 2013
Discussion paper: The impact of stochastic convenience yield on long-term forestry investment decisions
S Chen, M Insley, T Wirjanto
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