Ph.D. (Risk Management and Insurance), Georgia State University, 2019
B.Econ (Honours), University of Queensland, 2012
Dan Quiggin is a data analytics academic professional in the Law Library, where he provides statistical support to the Georgia State College of Law community. In addition, he is a member of the Legal Analytics & Innovation Initiative, where he teaches and supports the programs and projects associated with the LAII certificate program.
Before joining the College of Law, Dan was a limited-term clinical assistant professor at the Georgia State University Robinson College of Business, where he taught courses in managerial economics and statistical analysis. His teaching philosophy is to use mathematics sparingly since many of the essential ideas of both economics and statistics can be understood without mathematics. This philosophy transfers over to research support as well; Quiggin specializes in translating ideas from words to mathematics and back.
Dan received a bachelor’s degree in economics (honors) from the University of Queensland in his native country Australia, before getting his Ph.D. in risk management and insurance from Georgia State University.