Eunyoung Ha

Eunyoung Ha

Ph.D in Political Science,  

University of California, Los Angeles

LOCATION

McManus 234

EMAIL Eunyoung.Ha@cgu.edu
PHONE 909.621.8382
FAX
909.621.8545
HOMEPAGE wfs.cgu.edu/hae

 

 

Teaching & Research Interests
 
My research areas include comparative politics, political economy, and political institutions.  My primary research interest involves the impact of globalization and domestic political institutions on domestic political economy, in particularly as manifested in the following areas: inequality, poverty, growth, unemployment, inflation, welfare spending, and taxation. 

Eunyoung Ha is an assistant professor in the Department of Politics and Policy, Division of Politics and Economics at Claremont Graduate University.  Her research areas include comparative politics, political economy, and political institutions.  Her primary research interest involves the impact of globalization and domestic political institutions on domestic political economy, in particularly as manifested in the following areas: inequality, poverty, growth, unemployment, inflation, welfare spending, and taxation.  She received her Ph. D. from the Department of Political Science at the University of California, Los Angeles in 2007.  In her dissertation, “Distributive Politics in the Era of Globalization,” she explains how globalization and government ideology have shaped income distribution in terms of welfare, inequality, and poverty.  She currently studies the impact of globalization and government ideology on aspects of economic performance such as economic growth, unemployment, and inflation and how these impacts are different between developed and less developed countries.

 
Curriculum Vitae
Abstracts
Courses
PP 250
Comparative Political System
PP 352
Comparative Political Economy
PP 315
Game Theory

 

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