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Honda by the Numbers
IndustryWeek, Oct 24 | 2017

In part 3 of his One-Handed Economist series, "What Is Your Value Proposition?" Ned Hill examines how Honda’s obsession with metrics is reflected in an effective mission statement — and how superior performance results.

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Study: Solid economic growth yet to drive up pay broadly in Ohio 
​Columbus Dispatch, September 2 | 2018. Mark Ferenchik and Rita Price. 

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Steelworkers Demand Higher Wages as Tariffs Boost Profits
​Bloomberg Law, Daily Labor Report, August 30 | 2018. Andrew Wallender. 


Does Columbus' new Seattle flight mean a better chance for Amazon's HQ2?
​TV28 in Columbus, August 29 | 2018. Geoffrey Redick. 

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Interviewon the BusinessWeekstory on Amazon’s electric rate subsidies
​KCBS News Radio San Francisco, August 21 | 2018.


Amazon Isn’t Paying Its Electric Bills; You Might Be: The company’s rate discounts have pushed up utility costs for everyone else
​Bloomberg BusinessWeek, August 20 | 2018. Mya Frazier.

 

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The Finance 202: Trump tariffs could drive U.S. factories overseas 
​Washington Post, August 2 | 2018. Tory Newmyer. 

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Tariffs on steel are wrong approach to reviving industry
​Columbus Dispatch, July 7 | 2018.

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Analysts doubt tariffs will level playing field for US steel companies
​Dayton Daily News, July 2 | 2018. Reprinted: Beacon Journal, Dispatch on July 4 | 2018

 

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Trump's Aluminum Tariffs Leave Craft Brewers With The Tab
​WOSU, Public radio, July 2 | 2018. Michael Lee. 

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Trump's own tariffs make it harder to rebuild infrastructure
​Santa Fe New Mexican and others, Associated Press, July 30 | 2018. David A. Lieb.

 

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Tax cuts, 232 dash infrastructure hopes
​American Metal Market, June 21 | 2018. Dom Yanchun. 

 

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Northeast Ohio lacks vision, clear economic plan, some leaders say  
​Cleveland Palin Dealer, June 8 | 2018. Michelle Jarboe. 

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Not Yet A War, But Ohio Seeing Tariff Effects Of 'Trade Skirmish' 
​WCPN, public radio Cleveland, June 1 | 2018. Tony Ganzer. 

 

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Trump imposes steel, aluminum tariffs on U.S. allies and Europe plans to retaliate 
USA Today, June 1 | 2018. John Fritze. 

 

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Ohio diverts money from coal mine cleanup fund as risk of closures rises
Midwest Energy News, May 29 | 2018. Mark Olalde. 

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Columbus' chances improve in race to attract Amazon HQ2 
​Columbus ABC TV-6, May 18 | 2018. Tom Bosco. 

 

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A National Party Convention in San Antonio Could Result in Economic Wins
Rivard Report, April 26 | 2018. Shari Biediger. 

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In Mexico's own Motor City, billion-dollar investments but also fear of Trump's trade moves 
Los Angeles Times, April 23 | 2018. Marc Vartabedian. 

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Once More for the Land 
Crain’s Cleveland Business, April 15 | 2018. Kevin Kleps.

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Ramco continues growth with recent acquisition
Crain’s Cleveland Business, April 15 | 2018. Dan Shingler

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Tariffs Lift Hopes for Jobs in American Mill Towns
New York Times, March 6 | 2018. Paul Wiseman

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How American steelmakers have survived — without Trump’s help
Washington Post, March 6 | 2018. Steven Mufson and Andrew Van Dam

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Elliot: Would trade war affect golf courses?
Daily Iowan, March 6 | 2108. Beau Elliot

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Economist Ned Hill Looks At Potential Impacts Of Tariffs On Steel-Producing States
National Public Radio, All Things Considered. March 3 | 2018. Ari Shapiro

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Trump may prosper from tariffs even if this faded port town doesn’t
Washington Post, March 2 | 2018. David J. Lynch

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The Economics of Arming America’s Schools
Washington Post, February 22 | 2018. Philip Bump

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Capitol Letter
Cleveland.com, Feb 22 | 2018

A five question interview with Ned Hill reveals his perspective on Ohio manufacturing and its relationship with current politics and policies.

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Ohio farms, businesses fear worst if NAFTA scrapped
Columbus Dispatch, February 4 | 2018. Jack Torry

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BBC Story from Ohio has Lessons for U.S. Policy Makers.
Immigration Blog, February 1 | 2018. Jerry Kramer

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State of the Union: Live from Louisville.
BBC Radio, January 30 | 2018. Fergus Nicoll

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The State of the Union (Report on Ohio)
BBC Radio, January 30 | 2018. Fergus Nicoll

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OCC, OSU Economist Slam Electric Security Plans, Praise HB247
Hannah Report, January 23 | 2018

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Big growth comes from little trailers at nüCamp RV
Crains Cleveland Business, January 21 | 2018. Dan Shingler

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Regulatory ruling leaves energy companies wondering what future holds
Toledo Blade, January 12 | 2018. John Chavez

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Professor Characterizes SB155 as 'Lemon Socialism'
Hannah Report, January 11 | 2018

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Opponents say Senate bill would raise DP&L rates
Dayton Daily News, January 11 | 2018.  Tom Gnau

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Ohio Senate candidate calls for ‘equalization fund’ to help rural areas fight opioid abuse, boost employment.
WCMH-TV, Channel 4 News, January 3 | 2018

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Thai Company Again Delays FID for Ohio Cracker, Telling Public to Stay Tuned in 2018
NGI Shale Daily, December 22 | 2017. Jamison Cocklin

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How Did Ohio's Most Liberal City End Up With Its Most Conservative Congressman?
Ohio Public Radio: WKSU, December 20 | 2017. Schultz, M. L.

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Snakes, Ducks and Toilet Bowls: How Does Ohio Shape Its Congressional Districts?
Ohio Public Radio: WKSU, December 19 | 2017. Bhatia, Kabir

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Summit County Has Four Congressional Districts But Not a Member of Congress to Call Its Own
Ohio Public Radio: WKSU, December 18 | 2017. Mark Arehart

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A look at “Manufacturing 5.0"
Crain’s Cleveland Business, November 11 | 2017. Rachel Abbey McCafferty

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Ohio legislators say gerrymandering needs to be fixed, but will they act? - Out of Line: Impact 2017 and Beyond
Cleveland Plain Dealer, November 2 | 2017

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With Amazon Looming, What Is the Future of Retail in Akron
Ohio Public Radio: WKSU, Ocotber 30 | 2017. Kabir Bhatia

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Professor: Innovation will change the future of working and living in Columbus
Ohio State University Press Office, July 28 | 2017

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Softening vehicle sales, rising automation halt growth in Ohio’s auto jobs
Columbus Dispatch, July 23 | 2017. Dan Gearino and Mark Williams

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Ohio decision could put more ratepayers on the hook for old cleanup costs
MidWest Energy News, July 7 | 2017. Kathiann M. Kowalski

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Williams touts northeast supply project
Natural Gas Intelligence, June 7 | 2017

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What is Industry 4.0?
NetworkWorld and ITWorld, June 5 | 2017. Allen Bernard

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Survival of an airport: Where does CAK stand in the bigger picture?
Canton Suburbanite, May 26 | 2017.  Brian Lisik

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The Men who Take “Women’s” Jobs
The Atlantic, May 15 | 2017. Alana Semuels

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Can the Ohio legislature offer a real gerrymandering fix? 4 tests to apply - Out of Line: Impact 2017 and Beyond
Cleveland Plain Dealer, January 5 | 2017. Rich Exner

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Democrats Don’t Have an Easy Answer for the Rust Belt
The Atlantic, Nov 25 | 2016

The biggest problem Democrats face now, and will face in the future, is that there are no simple solutions to the economic crisis in the Rust Belt. Ned Hill says that one way to create jobs in the Rust Belt is to bolster apprenticeship programs so that unskilled workers can get trained in some of the hundreds of thousands of jobs now going unfilled.

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Many Trump Foes Eager to See Him Act on NAFTA,  But Economists Warn Against Protectionism
Tom Troy, Toledo Blade, Nov 20 | 2016, Renegotiating NAFTA

Many economists see NAFTA as a scapegoat for job losses that have more to do with efficiencies, such as robotics and obsolete plants being closed. Ned Hill, professor of public affairs and city and regional planning at Ohio State University, said a withdrawal from NAFTA will drive business to Vietnam and Thailand because of the need for low-cost labor. “If their goal is to raise trade barriers to any country that has a labor cost advantage over the U.S., two things are going to happen: There’s going to be a trade war and the American consumer is going to revolt” because of the suddenly high cost of products, he said. And the manufacturers in the United States who export to Canada, Mexico, and China — Ohio’s three biggest export customers — will suffer.

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"Deregulation shaved $15 billion from Ohio electric bills, lawmakers to meet Friday to re-regulate"
John Funk, Plain Dealer, November 17 | 2016: 

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Ned Hill offers some thoughts on what's next in manufacturing. 
Rachel Abbey McCafferty, Nov. 16 | 2016. 

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"Factory Towns Felt Left Behind by Clinton, says Ohio State Manufacturing Economist"
Thom Knox Columbus Business First, Nov 9 | 2016

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Will Trump’s victory be good for Ohio businesses? 
Mark Williams and Dan Gearing, Nov 9 | 2016

It all depends “The single-most-important thing is the future of NAFTA and the future of the North American trading bloc, because that’s enormously important for Ohio,” said Ned Hill, an Ohio State University economist. Hill cites Honda as an example of a major employer that stands to lose if Trump follows through on his talk about trade deals such as the North American Free Trade Agreement. Honda has assembly plants in Marysville and East Liberty, and it also has factories in Mexico and Canada. A Honda spokesman had no comment. Hill’s larger worry is that Trump does not seem to have a clear economic worldview. That leaves companies guessing about his priorities.

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