Dr. Daniel Hall – Economics

In an era where Americans are gaining more interest in the environment and questioning the amount of natural resources, knowledge is power. Dr. Daniel Hall, associate professor of economics and department chair, is teaching students about the importance of environmental issues and how to resolve them. His research is focused on the potential of decentralized cooperation, trust and civic participation to resolve environmental, resource, and other public problems and how centralized policy affects this potential. He also does research on service clubs and fraternal societies.

Expertise: environmental issues, natural resources, civic participation

Click here to watch Hall discuss how the Ebola outbreak can affect the supply and demand of chocolate around the world on Time Warner Cable News.