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Hill, Brian

Department Chair, Economics and Finance
Perdue Hall (PH) 211
410-677-3860 or ext 73860
bchillsalisburyedu
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Education:
M.A., Ph.D., University of Tennessee

Interests:
Public Finance; Applied Microeconomics; Labor Economics; Sports Economics

Website:
http://faculty.salisbury.edu/~bchill/


Courses  []

2015 Fall

  • ECON 425-001 SPORTS ECONOMICS
    Covers a broad range of issues in the economics of sports. Topics include the market structure of sports, labor relations between owners and players, public subsidies to professional sports franchises, competitive balance, tournament structure, discrimination, and behavioral analysis of decision making in sports. Prerequisites: C or better in ECON 211, ECON 212, MATH 155, MATH 160 (or 201). Three hours per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Hill, B. & Deskins, J. 
(In Press). 
Have state tax interdependencies changed over time? 
Public Finance Review, 
Hill, B., Deskins, J. & Deskins, S. 
(In Press). 
How do state arts appropriations affect state economic growth? 
Review of Regional Studies, 
Biehl, A., Gurley-Calvez, T. & Hill, B. 
(2014). 
Self-Employment of Older Americans: Do Recessions Matter? 
Small Business Economics, 
42(2), 
297-309. 
Fox, W. F., Hill, B. C., & Murray M. N. 
(2014). 
Vertical competition, horizontal competition, and mobile capital: An empirical investigation. 
Public Finance Review, 
Advance online publication. DOI: 10.1177/1091142113515052. 
Hill, B. 
(2014). 
The superstar effect in 100 meter tournaments. 
International Journal of Sport Finance, 
9(2), 
111-129. 
Hill, B. 
(2014). 
The heat is on: Tournament structure, peer effects, and performance. 
Journal of Sports Economics, 
15(4), 
315-337. 
Hill, B., & Emerson, J. 
(2014). 
Gender differences in competition: Running performance in 1500 meter tournaments. 
Eastern Economic Journal, 
40(4), 
499-517. 
Gurley-Calvez, T. & Hill, B. 
(2011). 
Time to Retire? The Effect of State Fiscal Policies on Retirement Decisions. 
American Economic Review Papers & Proceedings, 
101(3), 
35-39. 
Hill, B. C. & Deskins, J. 
(2010). 
State taxes & economic activity revisited: Have distortions changed? 
The Annals of Regional Science, 
44(2), 
331-348. 
Hill, B., & Caviglia-Harris, J. L. 
(2010). 
Assessment plan & design: A model for enhancing instruction in economics courses. 
International Review of Economics Education, 
9(1), 
10-30. 
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Hill, B., Deskins, J. & Ullrich, L. 
(2010). 
Education spending & growth: Are all dollars created equal? 
Economic Development Quarterly, 
24(1), 
45-59. 
Hill, B. C., Bruce, D., Deskins, J. & Rork, J. 
(2009). 
(Small) business activity & state economic growth: Does size matter? 
Regional Studies, 
43(2), 
Hill, B. 
(2008). 
Agglomerations & strategic tax competition. 
Public Finance Review, 
36(6), 
651-677. 
Hill, B. & Murray, M. 
(2008). 
Interactions between welfare caseloads & local labor markets. 
Contemporary Economic Policy, 
26(4), 
539-554. 

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