Isla Globus-Harris received her Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Mathematics and Romance Languages with Honors from the University of Oregon and completed her Ph.D. in Economics with a specialization in Interdisciplinary Environmental Research from the University of California, San Diego. Her primary research interests include environmental economics, microeconomic theory, and mechanism design. Isla will be teaching Introduction to Economics this fall.
Erik Lillethun received his Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Computer Science and Certificate in Finance from Princeton University with Honors, his Masters of Arts in Economics from Duke University and his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California, San Diego. His primary research is in microeconomic theory, game theory, law and economics, and industrial organization. Erik will be teaching Intermediate Microeconomics this fall.