Dr. Daniel Schoch

Title:  Associate Professor – Economics
School: School of Business
Department: Accounting and Finance Department
Office:  Bldg. H-323
Phone: +971 7 246 8779
Email: daniel.schoch@aurak.ac.ae

Dr. Daniel Schoch joined the School of Business in Fall 2020 as Associate Professor of Economics. He received a PhD in Analytical Philosophy from Frankfurt University in a subject of Theory Choice. He has obtained a Diplom (equivalent to Master) in Physics from Frankfurt University and a Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Mathematics from Oxford University.

Daniel Schoch has been a visiting scholar at Cambridge University in Fall 1992. He has obtained a graduate PhD scholarship from the country of Hessen from 1991-1994 and a postdoctoral research scholarship from the German Research Foundation (DFG) from 1995-97. In Fall 1998 he has joined the research group on Coherence in Leipzig.

For his dissertation, Daniel Schoch was awarded the Wolfgang-Stegmüller Prize “for outstanding contributions to analytic philosophy” in 1997. For his interdisciplinary work he received the international Lauener Prize “for Up-and-Coming Philosophers” in 2007 in Bern (Switzerland).

Daniel Schoch was Assistant Professor for Theoretical Philosophy at the University Saarbrücken from 2000-2006. Afterwards he held positions at Chiang Mai University (2006-2011), where he taught finance and microeconomics at master and PhD level. He then joined the University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus, where he taught microeconomics and behavioural economics.

  • Master in Physics, Frankfurt University, 1989.
  • PhD in Theoretical Philosophy, Frankfurt University, 1994.
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Mathematical Finance, Oxford University, 2002

Research Interests in economics are in the economics of risk, behavioural finance, social choice and experimental economics. Daniel Schoch is currently working on a series of papers in Formal Epistemology on a new approach to Knowledge. He is also interested in mathematics (convex geometry) and statistics.

Peer-Reviewed Publications 

  1. Gender effects for loss aversion: Yes, no, maybe? (with Ferdinand M. Vieider et al.) Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 59 (2019), 171–184.
  2. Generalised Mean-Risk Preferences. Journal of Economic Theory 168 (2017), 12-26.
  3. Game Form Representation for Judgement and Arrovian Aggregation Rules. Available at SSRN 3960538.
  4. Belief Aggregation in Financial Markets and the Nature of Price Fluctuations, in: V.-N. Huynh et al. (eds.), Econometrics of Risk, Studies in Computational Intelligence 583, DOI  10.1007/978-3-319-13449-9_6, © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015
  5. Stated Fairness and (Non-)Reciprocating Behaviour in the Ultimatum Game, with Liu Chang et al. International Journal of Intelligent Technologies and Applied Statistics. 5(1) (2012), 2-13.
  6. Envy and Generalized Loss Aversion, International Journal of Intelligent Technologies and Applied Statistics, 3(2) (2010), 221-233.
  7. Preferences as Fulfilment of Desires (with Marc Diaye), Journal of Mathematical Psychology 53 (2009), 76-85.
  8. Wissen und Kohärenz. Argument & Analysis. »Philosophie und/als Wissenschaft« Papers contributed to the GAP 5 sections, Bielefeld, 2003, 247-258.
  9. Explanatory Coherence. Synthese 122/3 (2000), 291-311.
  10. Dimensional Characterization in Finite Quasi-Analysis, Erkenntnis 54 (2000), 121-131.
  11. A Structuralist Solution of Confirmational Paradoxes. Perspektiven der Analytischen Philosophie. München, 1997.
  12. Ein Topologisches Einfachheitskriterium zur Rationalen Theorienwahl. Analyomen 2, Walter de Gruyter, 1997.
  13. An Axiomatic Basis for Distributional Equality in Utilitarianism, Erkenntnis 40 (1994), 121-132.
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