Meet Joshua Hall
Assistant Professor, Economics
Education: 2005 Elizabethtown Colle
2010 Drexel University, P
Courses Taught: Principles of Macroeconomics
Introduction to Global Business
International Trade and Finance
Economics of Global Inequality and Poverty
Career Specialties: Joshua Hall specializes in international macroeconomics with a focus on the dynamics of
income inequality in developing countries.
Hall also does both theoretical and empirical research in the areas of economic growth, international trade and industrial organization.
Professional and Community Activities: Hall graduated from Drexel University in Philadelphia in 2010. While in graduate school, he presented his research at many professional economics conferences across the United States and internationally at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel.
In addition, Hall actively participated in research seminars at Drexel, refereed many top economics journals and, prior to joining Drexel University, worked briefly at Morgan Stanley in Philadelphia.
He joined the economics department at The University of Tampa in the fall of 2010.
Honors and Awards: In 2009, Hall was awarded the university-wide Drexel University Research Award and the LeBow College of Business Outstanding Student Instructor Award.
He was also the
recipient of a faculty development grant from The University of Tampa,
which will allow him to attend a seminar on economic development in