Professor Emeritus | Management and Human Resources
226 Mason Hall,
250 W. Woodruff Ave.,
Areas of Expertise
- International markets
- Role of monetary policy on part-time employment in Europe
- Labor markets in Mexico, South Africa, Poland and China
- Ph.D., Industrial Relations, University of Wisconsin (1975)
- M.A., University of Wisconsin (1969)
- B.A., College of Wooster (1965)
Stephen Hills is a Professor Emeritus of Management and Human Resources, as well as the Academic Director for Ohio State's International Progarms Office. Dr. Hills's research and teaching have taken him to Europe, Russia, China, Japan, southern Africa and most of Latin America.
Dr. Hills completed a comparative study of labor markets in South Africa, Mexico and Poland for the book Labour Relations in South Africa (1998) and is co-author of Cases in International Business: A Focus on Emerging Markets. He is author of the book Employment Relations and the Social Sciences, a synthesis of the variety of ways that social scientists have contributed to labor relations theory. He has had a long-standing interest in China, publishing (with B. Fleisher) "Education and Regional Economic Development in China: The case of Shanghai," (Comparative Economic Studies).