Eva Paus has published widely on different aspects of globalizattion and development. She is the author or editor of seven books and more than 40 articles and book chapters. Her current research focuses on the new technological revolution and the future of work and economic development, industrial policies for escaping from the Middle Income Trap, and the role of modern services in the economic transformation of developing countries.

As the founding director of the McCulloch Center of Global Initiatives at Mount Holyoke College (2004-2019), Paus led Mount Holyoke's transformation into a truly global college by infusing global learning into curricular and co-curriucular experiences, on and off-campus. Paus was instrumental in the establishment of a new interdisciplinary minor in Entrepreneurship, Organizations, and Society (2016-2019). She previously co-founded and directed the Weissman Center for Leadership and the Liberal Arts.  

 Paus has been the PI or co-PI on numerous institutional grants and has received national grants in support of her research. She has consulted with different UN organizations and has been a visiting faculty 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

Email: epaus@mtholyoke.edu