Compliance Risk Analysis Division
Garrett Senney is a 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 interests lie primarily in better understanding the dynamic effects that informational frictions have on consumer behavior with a special interest in search and the use of online tools and platforms. His recent work focuses on online peer-to-peer loan markets and estimating consumer search cost distributions. Dr. Senney holds a Ph. D. in economics from the Ohio State University.
- Working Papers
- Senney, Garrett. (2015). "The Geography of Lender Behavior in Peer-to-Peer Loan Markets," revise & resubmit at Journal of Industrial Economics.
- Senney, Garrett & Steckel, Richard. (2015). "Life Under Pressure: Intergenerational Origins of Hypertension among African Americans," revise & resubmit at Journal of Health Economics.
- Steckel, Richard & Senney, Garrett. (2015). "Fetal Origins, Biological Human Capital, and Disease in the American South," Working Paper, Ohio State University.
- Blevins, Jason. & Senney, Garrett. (2015). "Dynamic Selection and Distributional Bounds on Search Costs Dynamic Unit-Demand Models," Working Paper, Ohio State University.
- Senney, Garrett. (2015). "Search Frictions and Vertical Differentiation: An Analysis of Consumer Behavior in the Television Market," Working Paper, Ohio State University.
- Senney, Garrett. & Dunn, Lucia. (2016). "A New Look at Work Effort, Hours of Work, Shifts, and Efficiency Wages," Working Paper, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.