Kirsten Daniel

Kirsten Daniel

Continuing Lecturer

SB1 3219  


PhD in Economics, University of Birmingham
Dr. Kirsten Daniel has studied at the Westfaelische Wilhelms-Universitaet and the Kiel Institute of World Economics in Germany, UC Berkeley in the US, and has earned her PhD in Economics at the University of Birmingham in the UK. Her field of research is in the area of international and labor economics. Her main interest lies in international economic policy research which she combines with labor issues. As a very ‘hands on’ economist with a focus on company level research, she has always been housed at a business school, even throughout her PhD She has taught at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, the UCSD Rady School of Management, the UCLA Anderson School of Management, and Loyola University New Orleans.


Quarter / Year  Program Course # Course Title
Fall 2016 FTMBA 204B Microeconomics for Management
Fall 2016 EMBA 204A Microeconomics for Executives
Fall 2016 FEMBA  204A Microeconomics for Managers
Winter 2017 FTMBA 204A Microeconomics for Management
Winter 2017 FTMBA 204A Microeconomics for Management
Spring 2017 UG 190  Managing in a Global Economy
Spring 2017 FEMBA  204A Microeconomics for Managers
Spring 2017 FEMBA  290  Applied Game Theory for Managers