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Daniel Göller

Associate Professor

 
Office:
9I273 ( Universitetsveien 19, Kristiansand )

Daniel Göller is an Associate Professor at the Department of Economics and Finance at the School of Business and Law at the University of Agder. He has a Ph.D in Economics from the University of Bonn (Germany), where he has also been working as a Postdoctoral researcher.

As a researcher, Göller’s main interests are law and economics, contract theory and bargaining theory, as well as institutional and public economics.

Göller has published a number of papers in international journals, such as Journal of Economic Theory, American Law and Economics Review, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics and International Review of Law and Economics. He is also a referee for several scientific journals and a frequent speaker at conferences home and abroad. Göller is part of various research groups, including CNI - COMPETITION, NETWORKS AND INSTITUTIONS.

Göller is organizing the research seminar series at the School of Business and Law and is a member of the faculty board. He teaches various economic subjects both at the undergraduate and graduate level.

Referee for:

  • The Journal of the European Economic Association; Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization; Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics; American Law and Economics Review

Academic interests

Research Interests:

Law and Economics

Contract Theory

Bargaining Theory 

Institutional Economics 

Presentations:

Norwegian School of Economics, University of Portsmouth

EEA-ESEM paralell meetings, American Law and Economics Association Annual Meeting, International Seminar on the New Institutional Economics, European Association of Law and Economics Annual Meeting, German Association of Law and Economics Annual Meeting, Jahrestagung des Vereins für Sozialpolitik, Magdeburg 

Teaching:

Quantitative Financial Economics, Fall 2014, 15, 16, UIA

Intermediate Microeconomics, Fall 2014, 15, 16, UIA

Advanced Microeconomics, Fall 2013, UIA

Institutional Economics, Spring 2013, Bonn

Law and Economics (as T.A.), Fall 2012, Bonn 

Seminar on Scientific Writing & Contract Law, Spring 2012, Bonn

Law and Economics (as T.A.), Fall 2011, Bonn

Institutional Economics (as T.A.), Spring 2011, Bonn

Institutional Economics (as T.A.), Spring 2010, Bonn

Introduction to Microeconomics (as T.A.), Fall 2008, Bonn

Projects

Working Papers:

Daniel Göller. Contract, Renegotiation, and Holdup: When Should Messages be Sent? http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2402110

Kjetil Andersson, Daniel Göller, and Bjørn Hansen. Mobile Telephony in Emerging Markets: The Importance of Multi-Sim Phones. http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2593722

Research Groups:

CNI - COMPETITION, NETWORKS AND INSTITUTIONS

REAL ESTATE: ECONOMICS & LAW 

Scientific publications

  • Göller, Daniel (2018). Mobile telephony in emerging markets: the importance of dual-SIM phones.
  • Göller, Daniel (2018). Mobile telephony in emerging markets: the importance of multi-simming customers..
  • Göller, Daniel (2016). Legal methods from the perspective of law and economics.
  • Göller, Daniel (2016). Mobile telephony in emerging markets: the importance of multi-simming customers.
  • Göller, Daniel (2016). Mobile telephony in emerging markets: the importance of multi-simming customers.
  • Göller, Daniel (2015). Contract, Renegotiation, and Holdup: When Should Messages be Sent?.
  • Göller, Daniel (2015). Contract, Renegotiation, and Holdup: When Should Messages be Sent?.
  • Göller, Daniel (2015). Mobile Telephony in Emerging Markets.

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