Ph.D., University of Kansas
Macroeconomics, Aggregation, Monetary Policy, North Korea's Economy
Grace Eau is Clinical Associate Professor of Economics and Faculty Associate for GSURC, teaching macroeconomics. She received a Teaching Excellence Award in 2007 while she was an adjunct professor at Missouri Western State University. At GSU, she created and served as a director for Research Excellence in Economics Program in 2011, which provided an opportunity for undergraduate research in economics department. The program has evolved to Andrew Young School Research Program in 2016, and started undergraduate research internship program, in which Dr. Eau supervise. In 2013, the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies recognized the quality of my teaching with the Excellence in Teaching Award. Dr. Wallace, chair of the department, wrote “Grace’s program serves as a great model for signature experiences at the undergraduate and master’s level, and enhances the potential to draw honors students into our school and department.”
Her current research is economic education and pedagogy, testing the efficacy of educational technology, and her research interests are macroeconomics, econometrics, and the relationship between East Asia’s political economy and North Korea’s Economy.