William P. McAndrew

  • Assistant Professor
    Finance & Economics
  • Chair, Fin & Econ Analysis
    Finance & Economics

Personal Website and CV: https://sites.google.com/site/williampmcandrew/

Educational History

Ph.D. Economics – 2014
West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia

Dissertation Title: “Three Essays on the Political Economy of Forensic Science”
Committee: Paul Speaker (chair), Roger Congleton, Joshua Hall, Amanda Ross, Russell Sobel

B.S. Finance, B.S. Economics – 2009 (Summa Cum Laude)
Pennsylvania State University, Erie, Pennsylvania

Professional Societies

American Economic Association

Association for University Business and Economic Research

Southern Economic Association

Association of Private Enterprise Education

Public Choice Society
 

Publications

"Local Corruption and Local Stock Returns." (forthcoming). Journal of Financial Crime. (With Serkan Karadas and Minh Tam Schlosky).

"National versus Local Production: Finding the Balance between Fiscal Federalism and Economies of Scale." (forthcoming). Public Finance Review.

"The Weight Loss Show That Isn't: Testing for Discrimination on the Game Show The Biggest Loser." (forthcoming). Applied Economics Research Bulletin: Peer-Reviewed Working Paper Series. (With M. Garrett Roth).

"To Each According to Their Ability? Academic Ranking and Salary Inequality Across Public Colleges and Universities." (2018). Applied Economics Letters. 25:1, 34-37. (With M. Garrett Roth).

"Up from 'Arts and Crafts': Division of Labor in Forensic Science Laboratories." (2016). Forensic Science Policy and Management. 7:3, 58-65. (With M. Garrett Roth).

“A Review of Forensic Science Management Literature.” (2015). Forensic Science Review, 27:53, 54-68. (With Max M. Houck, Melissa Porter, and Bronwen Davies).

“Expanding Budgets via Strategic Use of Leasing.” (2013). Forensic Science Policy & Management, 3:4, 169-179. (With Paul J. Speaker).

“Are Forensic Science Services Club Goods? An Analysis of the Optimal Forensic Science Service Delivery Model.” (2012). Forensic Science Policy & Management, 3:4, 151-158.

“Is Privatization Inevitable for Forensic Science Laboratories?” (2012). Forensic Science Policy & Management, 3:1, 42-52.
 

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