Grace Johnson is a lecturer in the Plaster School of Business and Entrepreneurship at Lindenwood and formerly served as the program director for business administration degrees in the Lindenwood College for Individual Education.
Her primary research areas are development economics, applied microeconomics, and health economics. Dr. Johnson's experience includes three years on the faculty at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa and several years in the private sector working in international business. Her most recent research examines medical tourism in South Korea and brain drain from China.
Dr. Johnson received her bachelors degree in economics from the Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade (1999) and her MS in quantitative financial economics and PhD in economics from Oklahoma State University (2004, 2010).
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