I received my BA from Agnes Scott College, where I majored in International Studies and Spanish and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. I received my PhD from UNC-Chapel Hill, fielding in Econometrics and International Economics.
In 1999, I began my first teaching position at Rhodes, first as an assistant professor of economics, and in 2006, as an associate professor. I am currently the Director of the Program in Political Economy, which began in 2011.
My research interests include: measuring domestic reallocation costs due to engaging in international trade and trade policy and the welfare effects of Preferential Trade Agreements. I have taught International Trade and Finance, Development Economics, Macroeconomics, and Money and Banking.
I am married to fellow economics professor Marshall Gramm. My hobbies include our three children, kickboxing, and coffee.
Teresa Beckham Gramm, “Costly Factor Reallocation and Reduced Productivity Effects in International Trade,” Review of International Economics, 13(4): 822-840.
Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill