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William H. GREENE

Personal Overview:

William Greene is a professor in the department of economics at New York University Stern School of Business. Professor Greene has been with NYU Stern for more than 30 years.
His primary research areas of interest include econometrics and applied microeconomics; productivity and production economics, health econometrics, technical change and the entertainment industry. He has published numerous articles in publications including Econometrica, Economics Letters, American Economic Review, Journal of Econometrics, Journal of Economic Education, Economics Letters, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Review of Economics and Statistics and Journal of Political Economy.

Professor Greene also served as a consultant for the Civil Aeronautics Board in Washington, D.C. Recent consultancies also include the World Health Organization, Ortho Biotech, National Economic Research Associates, American Express, the Federal Reserve Bank, FDIC, the United States Postal Service, and regulatory authorities in the UK and Brazil. He has also held a professorial position at Cornell University and served as a visiting lecturer at the University of Oxford, University of Sydney, Curtin University, University of Lugano, University of Putra, Universities of Southern Denmark and Aarhus in Denmark, Monash University, American University, University of Hull, Pennsylvania State University, the University of Umea, Sweden and the University of London and numerous others.
Greene is the author of a popular graduate-level econometrics textbook: Econometric Analysis, which has run to 8th edition as of 2017.

 

Research Interests: Econometrics: Theoretical and Applied; Discrete Choice Modeling; Econometric software and methods of Estimation; Models of transportation mode choice, brand choice; Models of Production and Cost

Educational Background:

1972: Bachelor of Science / Bachelor of Arts – Economics, Ohio State University
1974: Master of Arts – Economics, Wisconsin University
1976: Ph.D. – Econometrics, Wisconsin University

Academic Employment:
1976 – 1981: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Cornell University
1982 – 1989: Associate Professor, Stern School of Business, New York University
1989 – present: Professor of Economics, Stern School of Business, New York University
1989 – 1995: Director, Ph.D. Program, Stern School of Business, NYU
1996 – 2001: Chair, Department of Economics, Stern School of Business, New York University
2000 – 2006: Entertainment and Media Faculty Fellow, Stern School of Business
2004: Editor in Chief, Foundations and Trends in Econometrics
2006- present: Affiliated Professor, Statistics, IOMS Department, Stern School of Business
2006 – 2007: Jules Backman Fellow, Stern School of Business
2007 – 2011 Toyota Motor Corp. Professor of Economics, Stern School of Business, NYU
2011 – present: Robert Stansky Professor, Stern School of Business, NYU
2012 – present: Editor in Chief, Journal of Productivity Analysis
2015 – present: Associate Editor, Economics Letters
2015 – 2017: Guest Editor, Econometrics and Statistics
2017 – present: Associate Editor, Journal of Business and Economics and Statistics

Academic Appointments:
1972 – 1973: Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, University of Wisconsin
1973: Research Assistant, Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin
1977: Visiting Lecturer, State University of New York at Binghamton
1990, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1999: Visiting Lecturer, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
1992, 1994: Visiting Lecturer, University of Oxford
1993: Visiting Lecturer, University of Lund (Sweden)
1995: Visiting Professor, Pennsylvania State University
1996: Visiting Lecturer, University of Umea (Sweden)
June 2002: Visiting Scholar, Federal Reserve Bank, Chicago
November 2002: Visiting Lecturer, Royal Economic Society, University of York, UK
September 2007: Visiting Lecturer, University of Bergen, Norway
June 2010: Visiting Lecturer, University of Queensland
2009 – 2010: Adjunct Professor, Center for Health Economics, Monash University, Monash, Australia
2006 – present: External Affiliate (Scientific Advisory Board), Center for Health Economics, University of York, UK
2003 – present: Lecturer, IFS/CEMMAP, University College, London
2004 – present: Invited Professor, University of Lugano
2006 – present: Distinguished Adjunct Professor, American University
2006 – present: Associate, Info-Metrics Institute, American University
2008 – present: Committee on Economic Education, American Economic Association
2009, 2010: Lecturer, Institute of Fiscal Studies, Madrid, Spain
2010: Honorary Professor, University of Sydney
2010 –  present: Distinguished Adjunct Professor, Monash University
2011, 2012: Visiting Lecturer, National University of Ireland, Galway
2012: Visiting Lecturer, University of Aarhus, Denmark
2012, 2015, 2016: Visiting Lecturer, Georgetown University
2012 – present: Distinguished Adjunct Professor, School of Business, Curtin University, Australia
2013 – 2016: Adjunct Professor, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane
2013 – present: External Advisory Board, University of Sheffield, UK

Selected publications:
Greene, William H. (1981). "On the Asymptotic Bias of the Ordinary Least Squares Estimator of the Tobit Model". Econometrica. 49 (2): 505–513. doi:10.2307/1913323. JSTOR 1913323.
Greene, William H. (1980). "Maximum likelihood estimation of econometric frontier functions". Journal of Econometrics. 13 (1): 27–56. doi:10.1016/0304-4076(80)90041-X.
Christensen, Laurits R.; Greene, William H. (1976). "Economies of Scale in U.S. Electric Power Generation". Journal of Political Economy. 84 (4): 655–676. doi:10.1086/260470. JSTOR 1831326.

Awards and Professional Associations:
Google Scholar, Econometric Analysis Ranked number 34 in the world in citations (for all time)
Google Scholar, Citations 95123, ranked number 3 among all economists, 8/20/17.
(https://scholar.google.com/citations?view_op=search_authors&hl=en&mauthors=economics&before_author=tXT5_8UyAQAJ&astart=0)
Fellow: Society for Economic Measurement, March, 2014-
Fellow: Camp Econometrics, 2017-
American Economic Association
American Statistical Association
Econometric Society
Scientific Committee, Society for Economic Measurement, 2013-
Fellow, Journal of Econometrics
Most cited paper published since 2000, Economics Letters, 2014-
Top ten cited papers, Economics Letters, 2006-2011, October, 2012
Most cited paper, Transportation, 2000-
Who's Who, Marquis Publications, 2017-
Who's Who in the World, Marquis Publications, 1999-
Who's Who in Science and Engineering, Marquis Publications, 2001
Who's Who in America, Marquis Publications, 2002
Who's Who in Business Higher Education, Marquis Publications, 2003
Richard T. Ely dissertation award, University of Wisconsin, Economics, 1976