Dr. Larry Hill is Chair and Professor of Economics.
Areas of interest include economic analysis, energy economics cost benefit analysis and economy.
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Credentials include 1967 B.S., Indiana State University, 1968 M.S., Indiana State University,
1976 Ph.D., Northern Illinois University
He is a member of honorary fraternities in economics and social science.
He is currently writing a book on Managerial Economics and revising previous book, "The Basic Macroeconomics of the American Economy"
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