Economics
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Daniel E Houser

Daniel E Houser

Daniel E Houser

Chair

Professor

Experimental statistics and methods, emotion and individual differences, political economy

For information on Dr. Houser's research and published works please visit his Personal Homepage.

Dissertations Supervised

Jingnan Chen, Three Essays in Behavioral and Experimental Economics (2014)

William Christie, Laboratory Experiments in Voter Behavior (2010)

Jason Aimone, The Economics of Betrayal Aversion (2011)

Xiaofei Pan, Cooperation Without Sanctions: Theory and Experiments (2012)

Brian Hollar, An Economic Inquiry into How Religious Capital Influences Rates and Stability of Marriage (2012)

Rong Rong, Endogenous Network Formation: Experiments and Methods (2013)

Jaafar Aksikas, Islamic Modernities: Politics, Society, Culture, and the War of Ideology in Morocco (2005)

Erte Xiao, Punishment, Cooperation and Emotion Expression in Economic Exchange (2006)

William McBride, Banking and Asset Bubbles: Testing the Theory of Free Banking Using Agent-Based Computer Simulations and Laboratory Experiments (2010)

Carl Johnston, Medicare Part D: An Institutional Analysis (2007)

Li Hao, Three Essays on Methods and Statistics in Experimental and Behavioral Economics (2011)

Murat Aslan, Three Essays on Structural Economic Problems, and Applied Model Construction for Turkey (2004)

Kail Padgitt, Leadership and Social Cooperation: Experimental Analysis of Selection Mechanisms and Transparency (2008)

Siyu Wang, The Economic Value of Natural Language Communication: Theory and Experiments (2016)

Seung Yee Choi, Three Essays in Trust and Markets (2016)