Dr. Daniel Kling
Assistant Professor of Finance
B.A. in Economics and English, Truman State University (2007)
M.A. in Economics, George Mason University (2012)
Ph.D. in Economics, George Mason University (2018)
BU 310: Finance
BU 311: Financial Management
BU 411: Financial Investments
EC 201: Introductory Economics I (Macro)
EC 202: Introductory Economics II (Micro)
Pilloff, S., & Kling, D. (2017). How Select Student Characteristics Affect Performance in an Introductory Finance Course. Journal of Financial Education.
Kling, D., & Stratmann, T. (2018). Repeated treatment in a GOTV field experiment: Distinguishing between intensive and extensive margin effects. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.
Experimental and behavioral finance and economics (running experiments to understand how people actually act in the real world)
Finance education (studying the factors that determine whether or not students succeed, and trying to understand what sort of interventions help)