Margaret Insley On the timing of non-renewable resource extraction with regime switching prices: an optimal stochastic control approach May 2015.
Shan Chen, Margaret Insley, and Tony Wirjanto The impact of stochastic convenience yield on long term forestry investment decisions January 2011.
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1. Shilei Niu and Margaret Insley, An options pricing approach to ramping rate restrictions at hydro power plants, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, forthcoming.
2. Abdullah Almansour and Margaret Insley, The impact of stochastic extraction cost on the value of an exhaustible resource: An application to the Alberta oil sands, Energy Journal, 37(2), 2016.
3. Shilei Niu and Margaret Insley, On the economics of ramping rate restrictions at hydro power plants: Balancing profitability and environmental costs,Ā Energy Economics, 39, 39-52, September 2013.
4. Shan Chen and Margaret Insley, Regime switching in stochastic models of commodity prices: An application to an optimal tree harvesting problem, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 36(2), 201-219, February 2012.
5. M. Insley and T. Wirjanto, Contrasting two approaches in real options valuation: contingent claims versus dynamic programming, Journal of Forest Economics, 16(2), 157-176, April 2010.
6. M. Insley and M. Lei, Hedges and trees: Incorporating fire risk into optimal decisions in forestry using a no-arbitrage approach, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics,32(3), 492-514, December 2007.
7. M. Insley and K. Rollins, On solving the multi-rotational timber harvesting problem with stochastic prices: a linear complementarity formulation, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 87(3), 735-755,2005.
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