Professor Homan Hajiran received his Masters' degrees (MS, MBA) from University of Southern Mississippi (1976, 1978), and his Ph. D. from University of Georgia (1982). He has been consulting as an expert witness specializing in forensic economics since 1984.
His areas of research include, forensic economics, teaching of economics, teaching of capitalism, Quality of Life and Happiness. He has published in all these areas (National Association of Forensic Economics, Social Indicators Research, a Springer Publication, and SSRN). He has been teaching various courses in economics, managerial economics, finance, managerial finance, and quantitative methods since 1978.
He has been an active volleyball and racquetball player for many years. He has played for the University of Georgia's volleyball team and started the volleyball tradition on campus in early 1982.
His version of an old teaching motto is: "You tell them and they forget, you show them and they may remember, you involve them and they understand."