Tag - James M. Hull College of Business

Committee continues search for Hull College dean

The search continues for a new dean of the James M. Hull College of Business, and the mission is clear: find the right person for the job. Finding someone who can not only perform the required duties of the position, but also live up to the...

Augusta Economic Report, May 2015

Written by contributing writer Hayden Self,  a graduate student in the MD-MBA program at Georgia Regents University. In March, the Hull College of Business Augusta LEI decreased at a rate of 0.32% from February. It signals the first decrease in the...

Economic Commentary, March 2015

In January, Georgia Regents University’s James M. Hull College of Business Augusta Leading Economic Index (LEI) increased 0.2% from December. The index has increased 5.6% from January 2014. This represents eleven consecutive months of growth...

Augusta’s Economic Report, Feb. 2015

In December, the Hull College of Business Augusta Leading Economic Index (LEI) increased 1.1 percent from November. The index has increased 5.4 percent from December 2013. This represents ten consecutive months of growth. Housing permits increased...

Simon says Augusta’s doing all right

According to Dr. Simon Medcalfe, Assistant Professor in the James M. Hull College of Business, Augusta has good reason to be optimistic about its economy. “Augusta looks good,” he said. “It really does.” Medcalfe, who delivered his annual Economic...

Augusta Economic Commentary, Jan. 2015

In November, Georgia Regents University’s Hull College of Business’ Augusta Leading Economic Index (LEI) increased 1.0% from October.The index has increased 4.7%% from November 2013. This represents nine consecutive months of growth...

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