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William C. Horrace

Distinguished Professor, Economics

William_Horrace

Contact Information
whorrace@maxwell.syr.edu

426 Eggers Hall
(315) 443-9061
Office Hours:
M-F 2:30-3:00
and by appointment
Staff Support
Mary Santy
(315) 443-3115
mjsanty@maxwell.syr.edu

Curriculum Vitae
William C. Horrace CV

Senior Research Associate, Center for Policy Research

Degree

Ph.D., Michigan State University, 1996

Specialties

Econometrics, firm-level production and efficiency analysis, peer effects and strategic interactions, crime and policing

Courses

Summer 2017- Summer Session II

ECN 605.001  Mathematics for Economists  M-F 11:00-11:50, 3:00-4:30pm

ECN 620.001  Foundations of Econometrics  M-F 10:00-10:50, 1:00-2:30pm 

 

Biography

Bill Horrace is a Distinguished Professor of Economics, a Senior Research Associate in the Center for Policy Research, and a W.E.B. Du Bois Scholar at the National Institutes of Justice. His research interests include econometrics, production and efficiency analysis, peer-effects and strategic interactions, and crime and policing. He is an expert in  the study of police racial profiling, having completed several studies of the issue in the City of Syracuse, NY over the last decade. He is currently a visiting scholar at the Consumer and Communities Affairs Division of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors where he helps assessors measure the extent to which US banks provide services to low and middle income communities. Professor Horrace has published articles in leading economics and econometrics journals, most recently in Journal of Econometrics and Review of Economics and Statistics. He has received over $4 million in sponsored project grants at Syracuse University. His most recent grant, funded by the National Institutes of Justice, furthers our understanding of how police experience and exposure to citizens of color affect their proclivity for racial bias. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Michigan State University. More

Publications

Selected Papers

Research Interests

Applied & Theoretical Econometrics
Productivity Analysis 
Multivariate Inference

Research Grants and Awards

“W.E.B. DuBois Scholar," National Institutes of Justice. January 2017-December 2018.

"Police Officer Learning, Mentoring, and Racial Bias in Traffic Stops,” Office of Justice Programs at the U.S. Department of Justice. January 2017-December 2018.