William Ingersoll

Pasadena, California

General Specialty

Applied Econometrics
Bargaining
Business Valuation
Economic Impact Analysis
Experiments
Industrial Organization
Labor Loss Analysis
Microeconomic Theory
Network Effects

Specialty Focus

Analyzing Various Aspects of Real Estate Markets
Econometrics
Economic Modeling with Data-Based Analysis
Experimental Methods
Identifying the Determinants
Industrial Organization
Loss Calculations
Market Analysis
Valuation of Patents and Intellectual Property

Will is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Azusa Pacific University (APU), where he teaches Microeconomic Theory, Industrial Organization, Labor Economics, and Econometrics courses. Previously, Will worked at the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy at the University of Arizona (UA). He contributed to various projects, including analyzing the impact of E-Verify legislation on firms and demographic comparison studies.  Will also worked on an economic impact evaluation on how changes in border enforcement strategy affected local towns in Arizona. Will studies technological advancement in network effects markets, such as much of the hi-tech industry, and agent bargaining situations, where a single negotiator might represent the interests of multiple parties.

 

Education:

  • Ph.D. University of Arizona
  • M.A. University of Arizona
  • B.S. Sonoma State University

 

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