William C. Horrace
Distinguished Professor, Economics
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. 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 $5 million in
sponsored project grants at Syracuse University. Bill received his Ph.D. in economics from Michigan State University in 1996.
"Stationary Points For Stochastic Frontier Models." W.C. Horrace and IA Wright . Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, (forthcoming).
Dark is Dark? Bright Lights, Big City, Racial Profiling." W.C. Horrace and Rohlin S.M., Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 98
(2016), pp. 226-232.
Network Production Functions with Selectivity." W.C. Horrace, Liu
X., and Patacchini E., Journal of Econometrics, Vol. 190 (2016), pp. 222-232.
"Strategic Substitutes or Complements? The Game of Where to Fish." R.L. Hicks, Horrace W.C., and Schnier K.E.,
Journal of Econometrics, Vol. 168 (2012), pp.70-80.
"Alternative Technical Efficiency Measures: Skew, Bias and Scale." Q. Feng and Horrace W.C., Journal of
Applied Econometrics, Vol. 27 (2012), pp. 253-268.
Research Grants and Awards
"W.E.B. DuBois Scholar," National Institutes of Justice. 2017-2018.
Principle Investigator. "Police
Officer Learning, Mentoring, and Racial Bias in Traffic Stops," Office of
Justice Programs at the U.S. Department of Justice.