EVA PAUS

PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS
CAROL HOFFMANN COLLINS DIRECTOR,
McCULLOCH CENTER FOR GLOBAL INITIATIVES

Eva Paus is the founding director of the McCulloch Center of Global Initiatives at Mount Holyoke College. Established in 2004, the Center has been a creative catalyst to foster international education on the domestic and international front. Through courses, conferences, research, international internships, study abroad, and collaborations with external partners, students acquire the skills needed for citizenship and careers in today’s global world.

Professor Paus is the author or editor of six books and dozens of articles on economic development and globalization. Her current research focuses on the Middle Income Trap, the implications of the rise of China for the prospects for growth-inducing structural change in other developing countries, and the relative role of national and foreign capital in advancing innovation and expanding employment in Latin America.

Professor Paus has received grants from the DAAD, the Freeman Foundation, Fulbright, the Hewlett Foundation, the Mellon Foundation, the Teagle Foundation, and the Whiting Foundation. She has consulted for ECLAC (UN Economic Commission on Latin America and the Caribbean), the ILO (International Labor Organization), UNDP (United Nations Development Programme), and UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organizations.

Professor Paus has held a position or been a visitor at the University of Costa Rica, the University of Göttingen - Germany, the University of Pittsburgh, Universidad del Pacίfico – Peru, the German Institute for Economic Research - Germany; the Keough Institute for Irish Studies – Ireland, and Sookmyung University - South Korea.

Mount Holyoke College
South Hadley, MA, 01075
USA

Email: epaus@mtholyoke.edu