Larry Kessler is a Research Associate Professor in the Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee at the Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research. His research interests include health economics, education, and public policy. Dr. Kessler’s work at the Boyd Center includes creating and maintaining the Tennessee econometric forecasting model which provides short-term and long-term forecasts for the state economy. He is also the project director for the annual Economic Report to the Governor, and has consulted with various state and local government agencies on a variety of projects, ranging from economic analysis on education initiatives to providing tax revenue forecasts.
Prior to arriving at UT in 2013, Dr. Kessler received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of South Florida.
Media & Press Releases
- Money Talks: Key takeaways from the Economic Report to the Governor - WATE TV 6 News
- UT Boyd Center Report Shows Recession Less Likely In Tennessee, But Economic Growth Will Slow - Chattanoogan
- Boyd Center Report Shows Recession Less Likely in Tennessee, but Economic Growth Will Slow
- UT report: Vaccine, stimulus fuel economic rebound in Tennessee - WATE
- Broadband would have overall positive impact, study finds - Knoxville News Sentinel
- COVID-19 could shrink the earnings of 2020 graduates for years to come - The Conversation
- UT Knoxville Has $1.7 Billion Annual Economic Impact on the State