Quattrone Center Research Fellow
Bocar Ba is a Quattrone Center Research Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and a research affiliate at Duke University’s Economics Department. In July 2020, Bocar will start as an Assistant Professor in Economics at UC Irvine.
His studies include the economics of crime, law and economics, and applied econometrics.
- Labor Economics
- Law and Economics
- Criminal Law
- Employment Discrimination Law
- Labor Law
- Law and Criminal Justice
- Juvenile Justice
- Law and Society
- Professional Ethics
- Race Relations
- Urban Policy
Spillover Effects in Police Use of Force (December 19, 2019). U of Penn, Inst for Law & Econ Research Paper No. 20-03 (with Justin E. Holz and Roman G. Rivera).
The Effect of Police Oversight on Crime and Allegations of Misconduct: Evidence from Chicago (October 19, 2019). U of Penn, Inst for Law & Econ Research Paper No. 19-42 (with Roman G. Rivera).
In-group Bias and the Police: Evidence from Award Nominations (October 13, 2019). U of Penn, Inst for Law & Econ Research Paper No. 20-02 (with Nayoung Rim & Roman G. Rivera).