Iris Franz received her PhD in economics from the University of California, Irvine and a B.B.A from the Department of International Business at the National Taiwan University.
Iris’ research and teaching interests include behavioral economics, applied game theory, applied microeconomics, and public policy.
Classes Iris taught include principles of micro-and-macroeconomics, international economics, game theory, and business statistics. She likes to use daily-life examples to help students appreciate the beauty and applicability of economics.
At leisure, Iris enjoys spending time with her family, playing the flute, swimming, and making chocolate mousse for her little kids.