Book: Coping with Economic Adversity: Regional Economic Resilience and Public Policy.
Coping with Adversity addresses the question of why some metropolitan-area regional economies areresilient in the face of economic shocks and chronic distress while others are not. It is particularly concerned with what public policies make a difference in whether a region is resilient.
Cornell University Press. Publication date November, 2017
The Economic Impact of the Trade Skirmish of 2018 on the Nation and Ohio, February 28, 2019 Link
Natural Gas Intelligence, June 7, 2017: Williams touts northeast supply project Link.
NetworkWorld and ITWorld, June 5, 2017: Hill and his research on the Internet of Things, Industry 4.0, and Manufacturing 5.0 was the focus of an interview. Link.
Canton Suburbanite, May 26, 2017: Future of Akron-Canton Airport. Link.
The Atlantic, May 15, 2017: The men who take “women’s” jobs.
Crain’s Cleveland Business, March 26, 2017:Performance of manufacturing in Akron. Link.
Crains Cleveland Business, March 23, 2017: Coverage of my keynote address at the Summit County’s manufacturing workforce convening. Link.
AP Cincinnati Enquirer, February 13, 2017: Kasich: Enough with the Rustbelt. Link.
Crains Cleveland Business, February 5, 2017: MLB All-Star game could be an economic homerun for Cleveland. Link.
Midwest Energy News, February 2, 2017: Covered Hill’s research on the Ohio electricity market, "Gas industry, manufacturers push back on efforts to re-regulate Ohio electricity markets,” Link.
Columbus Dispatch, January 26, 2017: Trump may slap a 20% tax on Mexican exports. Link.
Canton Repository, January 16, 2017: Eight years of Barack Obama: Economic savior but … Link.
Crains Cleveland Business, January 8, 2017: Will Trump’s policies help manufacturing gears turn? Link.
Columbus Dispatch, January 8, 2017: Foreign policy likely to mar Obama’s legacy despite economy gains. Link.
Natural Gas Intelligence, January 8, 2016: Ethane cracker site being cleared, investment decision still uncertain. Link.
Technical Report: Thomas, Andrew, William Bowen, Edward Hill, Adam Kanter, Takeyoung Kim, Electricity Customer Choice in Ohio: How competition has outperformed traditional monopoly regulation. Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council, January 2017
Columbus Dispatch, November 27, 2016: Trump trade talk more likely to bring recession than jobs. Link.
WOSU, November 23, 2016: What is a sanctuary City, And will Columbus be one? Link.
Toledo Blade, Many Trump foes eager to see him act on NAFTA: But economists warn against protectionism. November 20, 2017.
Columbus Dispatch November 17, 2016: Coverage of my work on the cost of the electricity generation market re-monopolizing in Ohio: Link.
Crains Cleveland Business, November 16, 2016: Coverage of my November Speech on the manufacturing workforce. Link.
The Atlantic, November 10, 2017: Post-election analysis of the American Rustbelt: “Democrats do not have an easy answer for the Rustbelt." Link.
Columbus Dispatch, November 10, 2016: Will Trump’s victory be good for Ohio business? It all depends, Link.
Akron Beacon Journal: October 28,2016: Free trade a top issue. Link.
National Public Radio, WKSU, October 26, 2016: Trade Ranks High Among Ohio Voter Concerns, This WKSU report on trade and the election was picked up nationally. Link.
Toledo Blade, October 10, 2016: Quoted extensively in 2-part series on the impact of trade on the domestic auto industry: Part 2, Employment for life fades as NAFTA blamed.
Toledo Blade, October 9, 2016: Part 1, Many lament job loses as auto work moves to Mexico. Link.
Cincinnati Enquirer, September 28, 2016: On the blame governor’s get for the economic performance of their states. Link.
CBS Radio News, September 21, 2016: Explaining Ohio’s presidential politics. Link.
Crains Chicago Business: August 1, 2016: Interview with Hill, How to shake off the rustbelt label for good.
NextCity Magazine, July 18, 2016: Cleveland 2016 RNC May Be the Convention That Future Host Cities Measure.
CBS Radio News MarketWatch, July 15, 2016: As GOP Convenes, A Tale Two Clevelands. Link.
Toledo Blade, May 22, 2016: FirstEnergy rate plan gets retooled.
Hill, Edward W. 2014. "Introduction" In The Road through the Rust Belt: From Preeminence to Decline to Prosperity, William M. Bowen, ed. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, pp. 1-6.
Kathryn W. Hexter, Edward W. Hill, Brian A. Mikelbank, Benjamin Y. Clark, et al.. "Revitalizing Distressed Older Suburbs" (2011)
Edward W. Hill, Jim Samuel and Fran Stewart. "Driving Ohio's Prosperity - Recommendations" (2009)
Pamela Blumenthal, Harold Wolman and Edward W. Hill. "Understanding the Economic Performance of Metropolitan Areas in the United States" Urban Studies Vol. 46 Iss. 3 (2009)
Harold Wolman, Edward W. Hill, Pamela Blumenthal and Kimberly Furdell. "Understanding Economically Distressed Cities" Retooling for Growth (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press) (2008)
Harold Wolmam, Edward W. Hill, Patricia Atkins, Pamela Blumenthal, et al.. "States and their Cities: Partnerships for the Future" (2007)
Hill, E. W., & Brennan, J. (2005). America's Central Cities and the Location of Work. Journal Of The American Planning Association, 71(4), 411-432.
Edward W. Hill and Iryna Lendel. "Did 9/11 change Manhattan and the New York Region as Places to Conduct Business?" Iss. urban_facpub (2005)
Edward W. Hill and Jeremy Nowak. "Policies to Uncover The Competitive Advantages of America's Distressed Cities" Urban competitiveness (2002)
Hill, Edward W. and Jeremy Nowak, Wanted: A Camden Exit Strategy, Philadelphia Inquirer.
Patricia Burgess, Ruth Durack and Edward W. Hill. "Re-Imaging The Rust Belt: Can Cleveland Sustain The Renaissance?" Imaging the city (New Brunswick, NJ: CUPR Press, 2001): 95-117. (2001)
Hill, Edward W. and Jeremy Nowak, Cities That Have Forgotten Their Regional Economies: Strategies for America's Distressed Cities, Greater Philadelphia Regional Review (Fall 2000): 8-11.