Professor of Instruction
- KGH 3193
Eric Schulz is interested in behavioral economics and micro-based models of money and credit. He has also worked on issues in political economy and in the determination of the rate of time preference. He has been named numerous times to the Associated Student Government faculty honor roll for the quality of his teaching, and has been honored with a Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences distinguished teaching award and the university-wide McCormick distinguished teaching award.