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Daniel G Arce
Professor-Economic, Political & Policy Sciences
Office MailstopMail Box: GR31, GR 2.534, Room No.: GR 2.534 
Email Address  dga071000@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972-883-6857    URL Arce Daniel's Webpage    Media Contact
 Professional Preparation
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign1992
 D.E. Universidad de los Andes1986
 M.A.EconomicsWestern Michigan University1985
 B.AMathematics and SpanishOlivet College1984
  Foreign StudyCentro de Estudios Univeristarios Colombo-Americano1983
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Research Interests
Daniel Arce is an applied game theorist whose research interests include business ethics, collective action, conflict, counterterrorism, global public goods and terrorism. He has also
extensively studied Latin American economies.
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forthcoming
Motivating Operatives for Suicide Missions and Conventional Terrorist Attacks, with Kevin Siqueira, Journal of Theoretical Politics.
Peer reviewed
2013
Principals’ Preferences for Agents with Social Preferences, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 90(June) 154-163.
Other
2013
Principals’ Preferences for Agents with Social Preferences, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 90(June) 154-163.
Other
2012
A Vintage Model of Terrorism Organizations, with Joao Faria, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 56(4) 626-647.
Peer reviewed
2012
Counterterrorism and its Impact on Terror Support and Recruitment: Accounting for 
Backlash, with Joao Faria, Defence & Peace Economics, 23(5) 431-445.

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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2006-PresentEditorial Board  Defence and Peace Economics
2006-PresentAssociate Editor  Southern Economic Journal
2003-2005MemberScientific Steering Committee (SSC) Institutional Dimensions of Global Environmental Change (IDGEC)
1998-1998Invited ProfessorDepartment of Economics and Mathematics Universidad de San Andres, Buenos Aires, Argentina
1997-2000Associate ProfessorCulverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
1995-1995Visiting ProfessorDepartment of Economics Pontificia Universidad Catolica
1991-1997Assistant Professor of EconomicsCulverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
1990-1990Graduate Intern  The World Bank
1988-1991Teaching AssistantDepartment of Economics University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1984-1985Systems Analyst  First of American Bank Corporation, Kalamazoo
1983-1983Argonne National Laboratory Summer Research Fellow  United States Department of Energy
08/2000-PresentRobert D. McCallum Distinguished Professor  Rhodes College, Memphis, TN
06/2003-PresentEMBA Faculty  A.B. Freeman School of Business, Tulane University
01/2000-08/2000Thomas Fellow of Teaching ExcellenceCulverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
 News Articles
Professor Lauded for Making Classroom Experience Feel Personal
UT Dallas News Center
UT Dallas professor Dr. Daniel Arce is known for his high standards and high-caliber teaching in some of the program’s largest classes.
 
Dr. Denis Dean, dean of the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences, said the logistics of big classes often are tough for teachers, but Arce excels in the situation.
 
“His students learn the subjects; their performance in subsequent classes proves that,” Dean said. “And despite the fact that he holds their feet to the fire and holds them to high standards, his students enjoy his classes – the teaching evaluations prove that. Not many faculty members could pull off that combination of results.”

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American Economic Review; American Journal of Political Science; American Political Science Review; BioSystems; British Journal of Political Science; Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies; Cambridge University Press; Contemporary Economic Policy; Defence & Peace Economics; Environmental and Development Economics; Economics Bulletin; European Journal of Political Economy; Games and Economic Behavior; Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance (Theory); Global Environmental Politics; Global Governance; International Review of Financial Analysis; International Studies Perspectives; International Studies Quarterly; Journal of Conflict Resolution; Journal of Environmental Economics and Management; Journal of Evolutionary Economics; Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics; Journal of InterAmerican Studies and World Affairs; Journal of Interval Computations; Journal of Latin American Perspectives; Journal of Peace Research; Journal of Policy Analysis and Management; Journal of Post Keynesian Economics; Journal of Public Economics; Journal of Public Economic Theory; Journal of Risk and Insurance; Journal of Terrorism and Political Violence; Kluwer Academic Publishers; Latin American Research Review; Managerial and Decision Economics; MIT University Press; Mathematical Social Sciences; National Science Foundation; Oxford University Press; Public Finance Review; Quarterly Journal of Economics and Finance; RAND Journal of Economics; Rationality and Society; Resource & Energy Economics; Risk Analysis; Review of International Economics; Social Choice and Welfare; Scandinavian Journal of Economics; Southern Economic Journal; Studies in Comparative International Development; United Nations Development Programme.


Grants
  • Terrorist Spectaculars: Backlash Attacks and the Focus of Intelligence, United States Department of Homeland Security through the Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorist Events (CREATE) at the University of Southern California, grant number 2007-ST-061-00001 (with Todd Sandler).
  • Mellon Foundation grant for a liberal arts economics conference, 2005.
  • Inter-American Development Bank: Regional Public Goods in Latin America, May-August 2002.
  • Swedish Foreign Ministry (Expert Group on Development Issues): Regional Public Goods, April-October 2001 (with Todd Sandler).
  • National Institutes of Health: A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Global Public Goods for Health, February- April 2001 (with Todd Sandler).
  • Center for the Study of Western Hemispheric Trade: Building NAFTA: Strategies for Economic Growth, 1995-1996.
  • Fulbright Grant, South America Today to Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, and Uruguay during Summer 1993.
  • Research Grant, College of Commerce and Business Administration, University of Alabama, Summer 1992, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1999.
  • Research Grant, University of Alabama, Summer 1994, 1996.
  • Student Fulbright Grant to study and conduct economic research in Bogotá, Colombia. July 1985 - July 1986.

HONORS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
  • Research on terrorism was featured in The Economist, "Feel Safer Now?," March 6, 2008.
  • Excellence in Executive Education, Class of 2007 Award, A.B. Freeman School of Business, Tulane University.
  • Dean's Award for Faculty Research and Creative Activity (highest faculty award), Rhodes College, 2005.
  • Excellence in Executive Education, Class of 2005 Award, A.B. Freeman School of Business, Tulane University.
  • Alumni Achievement Award, College of Arts & Sciences, Western Michigan University, 2004.
  • Thomas 4-year Teaching Fellow ($16,000), College of Commerce and Business Administration, University of Alabama.
  • My course on Latin American Development (taught in Spanish) was featured in The Wall Street Journal.
  • University of Illinois List of Instructors Rated Excellent by Their Students, spring 1991, fall 1990, spring 1990, spring 1989, fall 1988.
  • DeMearest Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching, College of Commerce, University of Illinois, 1991.
  • College of Commerce Graduate Fellowship, University of Illinois, 1986-87, 1987-88.
  • Floyd W. Moore Graduate Award in Economics, Western Michigan University, 1985.
  • Senior Prize in Foreign Language, Olivet College, 1984.
  • Senior Prize in Mathematics, Olivet College, 1984.
  • Wolfgang Meider Foreign Language Scholarship, Olivet College, 1982-84.

Leadership
  • Program Head, Economics, University of Texas at Dallas. The Department has 13 full-time faculty members, approximately 200 majors, and offers both an MA and PhD in Economics.
  • Chair, Faculty Executive Committee, Rhodes College. I was elected as the social sciences representative to this committee, which meets biweekly with the Dean of the College on matters of policy (including the faculty issues of budget formation and departmental applications for new lines). During my tenure we moved from a 3:3 to a 3:2 teaching load. We also re-wrote the faculty handbook, including the college's standards for promotion and tenure, and faculty evaluation for purposes of remuneration. During the 2003-06 I was Chair of the Committee and was Secretary during 2002-03.
  • Chair, Provost/Vice President of Academic Affairs Search Committee, Rhodes College, 2005-06. Duties: assist President in interviewing and selecting a search consultant; create ad and extended job description; vet candidate applications; interview candidate's references; conduct airport interviews of semi-finalists; coordinate and conduct campus interviews of finalists.
  • Chair, Task Force on Collegiate Licensing and Labor Code of Conduct, University of Alabama. The Task Force was charged with proposing a labor code of conduct for the production of its licensed apparel and selection of an independent enforcement body to monitor adherence to the code. I wrote the University of Alabama's labor code of conduct and was the University's representative on this issue for television, radio, and newspaper interviews.
  • Chair, Recruiting Committee, Rhodes College 2001-02 (microeconomics), 2002-03 (statistics), 2005-06 (microeconomics). I was also on four recruiting committees at the University of Alabama.

PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS
  • AACSB: Teaching Business Ethics July 2005
  • The Creative Mind: Meeting Facilitation Nov-Dec 2004

Personal Statement

Dr. Daniel G. Arce M. is a faculty member in the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences (previously, Social Sciences) at UT-Dallas and Professor and Program Head of Economics. He teaches courses on the application of game and economic theory to issues related to management decision making, collective action and business ethics. His primary areas of research interest are in game theory, business ethics, collective action, conflict, corporate governance, global public goods, leadership, and (counter)terrorism. He is the editor of Defence & Peace Economics and a member of the editorial board of The Southern Economic Journal. Prior to joining the faculty at UTD in 2007 he was the McCallum Distinguished Professor of Economics at Rhodes College (2000-07) and Professor and Thomas Fellow of Teaching Excellence at the University of Alabama (1991-2000). Professor Arce has won two Fulbright Grants to Latin America and his teaching and research have been featured in The Wall Street Journal and The Economist .


Professional Memberships
  • Member, American Economic Association
  • Member, Econometric Society
  • Member, National Association of Business Economists
  • Member, Southern Economic Association

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