Theory of national income, its measurement and determinants; analysis of inflation, growth, debt, and public policy.
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Hwayoung Jeon is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Economics at CSU, originally from South Korea. Her research interests include public and environmental economics, in particular how they impact inequality. As an exchange student at Saarland University in Germany, Jeon was particularly impacted by German students asserting their right to study for free, even though their tuition was around €200 ($210) per semester. After that, Jeon became more interested in societal and economic issues and through her research, she seeks to address the problem of inequality in the world. As an instructor, Jeon participated in the 2017 AEA Conference on Teaching and Research in Economic Education and in the 2018 CORE USA workshop as a recipient of the Teagle Teaching Fellow.