Fran Flanagan

Fran Flanagan

Assistant Professor

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208 Kirby Hall
(336) 758-2311

Research Interests: Microeconomic Theory, Market Design, Law and Economics

View CV – 2016 (PDF)




Fran graduated magna cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis with a B.A. in Economics, and received both his M.S. and Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His teaching and research interests include microeconomic theory, law and economics, matching theory and market design.


B.A. – Washington University in St. Louis
Ph.D. – University of Wisconsin-Madison



Econ 205: Intermediate Microeconomics I
Econ 206: Intermediate Microeconomics II
Econ 224: Law and Economics


Featured Publications

  1. “Peremptory Challenges and Jury Selection”- Journal of Law and Economics, May 2015, Vol. 58(2), p. 385-416
  2. “Contracts v. Colleagues in Matching”- International Journal of Game Theory, 2015, 44(1), p. 209-223
  3. “The Substitutes Condition and the Lattice Structure of the Set of Stable Allocations”- Journal of Mathematical Economics, 2014, 53, p. 106-110
  4. “Relaxing the Substitutes Condition in Matching Markets with Contracts”- Economics Letters, 2014, 123(2), p. 113-117


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