Assistant Professor of Economics
Dr. Joshua D. Hall, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Economics in the Barney Barnett School of Business and Free Enterprise at Florida Southern College and serves as a Fellow for the Center of Free Enterprise. His doctorate degree in economics was earned in 2010 from Drexel University and earned his undergraduate degree in international business and management in 2005 from Elizabethtown College. Dr. Hall’s current research includes the income inequality and poverty in developing countries specially focusing on the roles of education, international trade, technological change and remittances. Other research projects involve economic growth and best practices in incorporating international trade into the undergraduate classroom. Dr. Hall has presented his research across the United States and at international conferences including locations such as Jerusalem, Israel, Vienna, Austria, and Istanbul, Turkey, among others and participated in faculty conferences in China, Spain and Morocco. Dr. Hall has taught Macroeconomic Theory, Business Statistics. Principles of Macroeconomics, International Trade and Finance, the Economics of Global Inequality and Poverty and Introduction to Global Business. He led students on various travel abroad courses to Argentina, Chile, Italy and Ghana.