Rev. F. Hank Hilton, S.J.

Associate Professor Emeritus of Economics

photoContact:

fhilton@loyola.edu

Research Areas:

Economic and Other Determinants of Environmental Recovery


Academic Degrees

Ph D, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
M.Ed., Harvard University.
Th.M., Weston School of Theology.
M.Div., Weston School of Theology.
MA, Loyola University of Chicago.
MA, Fordham University.
BA, Fordham University.


Representative Publications

Hilton, F. G., Poverty and Pollution Abatement: Evidence from Lead Phase-out, The Journal of Ecological Economics, 56, 1, (2006), p. 125-131.

Hilton, F. G., Levinson, A., Measuring Environmental Compliance Costs and Economic Consequences: A perspective from the United States, (2003).

Hilton, F. G., Later Abatement, Faster Abatement: Evidence and Explanations from the Global Phase-Out of Leaded Gasoline, Journal of Environment and Development, 10, 3, (2002), p. 246-265.

Hilton, F. G., Energy and Morality 20 Years Later, America, 8, 1, (2001), p. 46-49.

Hilton, F. G., Later Abatement, Faster Abatement: Evidence and Explanations from the Global Phase-out of Leaded Gasoline, Journal of Environment and Development, 10, 3, (2001), p. 246-265.


Awards and Honors

Dean's Symposium Lecturer, Loyola College. (2001).
Chair's Award for Teaching Excellence, Loyola College Economics Department. (2000).
Distinguished Teacher of the Year, Loyola College. (2000).



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