Dr. Daniel G. Arce M. is a UT System Regents' Outstanding Teacher and Professor and Program Head of Economics. He teaches courses on the application of game and economic theory to issues related to management decision making, collective action and business ethics. His primary areas of research interest are in game theory, business ethics, collective action, conflict, corporate governance, global public goods, leadership, and (counter)terrorism. He is the former editor of Defence & Peace Economics and a member of the editorial board of The Southern Economic Journal and serves on the teaching business ethics reviewing team for Journal of Business Ethics. Prior to joining the faculty at UTD in 2007 he was the McCallum Distinguished Professor of Economics at Rhodes College (2000-07) and Professor and Thomas Fellow of Teaching Excellence at the University of Alabama (1991-2000). Professor Arce has won two Fulbright Grants to Latin America and his teaching and research have been featured in The Wall Street Journal and The Economist.