Dr. Daniel G. Arce M. is a UT System Regents' Outstanding Teacher and Professor and Program Head of Economics. In 2015 he was awarded an Ashbel Smith professorship. His research interests include: applied game theory, business ethics, collective action, conflict, counterterrorism and global public goods. He has also extensively studied Latin American economies. Find out more about Professor Arce M here.

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Recent Submissions

  • On the Human Consequences of Terrorism 

    Arce M., Daniel G. (Springer, 2018-10-22)
    Terrorist attacks are regarded as low-probability, highly consequential events. What, exactly, are the significant effects of terrorism? This paper presents a cross-sectional depiction of the death and injury profiles for ...
  • Experience, Learning, and Returns to Scale 

    Arce M., Daniel G. (Univ North Carolina, 2014-04)
    The experience curve is a tool for forecasting future decreases in average cost as a function of cumulative output/volume. The extent of an experience effect has profound implications for both pricing strategy and the focus ...