John W. Hill is Associate Dean, Research and Operations and Professor of Accounting at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University. He teaches courses in financial analysis, firm valuation, strategic cost management, and mergers and acquisitions and has served on several editorial boards. He is the recipient of sixteen teaching and research awards including the President's Award for Distinguished Teaching at Indiana University, the Deloitte & Touche/American Accounting Association Wildman Medal, the Silver and Bronze Lybrand Medals, and three Certificates of Merit from the Institute of Management Accountants.
Professor Hill is a member of the Georgia Bar Association and holds a Ph.D. from the University of Iowa. Prior to becoming an academic, he was the chief financial and administrative officer of a bank. Professor Hill has conducted executive education for firms such as Baxter Healthcare, Graco, and John Deere and is engaged in various international executive education and consutling programs. He has has consulted with the Hungarian Telecommunications company, Matav, and taught at the Borsa Italiano (Italian Stock Exchange), the Catholic University of Milan (Italy), University of Lubjyana (Solvenia), and the Ryazan State Pedagogical University (Russia). He is currently beginning a three-year teaching/consulting engagement involving Vietnamese banks. Professor Hill is married and has three grown children. The Hills alternate living between Bloomington, Indiana, a log cabin in the hills of Brown County, Indiana, and Perdido Key, Florida. Professor Hill is a retired Major General, U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, and formerly Vice Commander, Marine Forces Atlantic, Europe, and South
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