Ph.D., Lehigh University
MSc., State University of New York at Buffalo
MBA, Canisius College
Health Economics, Applied Econometrics, Labor Economics, and Microfinance.
Amy Eremionkhale is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Economics. Prior to joining the Economics Department at GSU, she was an Assistant Professor of Economics at Mary Baldwin University and an Assitant Professor of Economics at Minerva University at KGI. Her current research focuses on the impact of price, income, and externalities on incentives for health care providers and on patient behaviors. This is in addition to the her research on the impact of pricing on antimicrobial use and antimicrobial resistance. Amy’s research also includes the impact of the 2009 global financial crisis on the dual bottom line goals of micro-finance institutions. In 2018, Amy was chosen from among her peers as the first young adult in the world to serve as an ex-officio member of the United Nations Department of Public Information (UN DPI) Executive Committee. Amy is passionate about working with her students towards the development of a working understanding of the various materials discussed throughout the course. It is a goal of hers to give her students the ability to relate to the material she discusses with them in such a manner that they can describe in their own words the concept discussed in each class.