- Ph.D., mathematics (Dr. rer. nat.), Ulm University
- M.S., statistics, San Diego State University
- diploma, econo-mathematics, Ulm University
- actuarial science
- mathematical finance, particularly with applications to insurance
- risk modeling
- insurance economics & finance
Daniel Bauer is an associate professor of risk management and insurance in the Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University. His research interests are broad but centered around actuarial science and risk management, with an emphasis on quantitative methods. He teaches classes in actuarial science, analytics, mathematical risk management, and the department’s Ph.D. program.
Professor Bauer received his doctorate in Mathematics from Ulm University, from where he also holds a diploma in econo-mathematics. Furthermore, he obtained an MS degree from San Diego State University, where he studied statistics as a Fulbright scholar. He is currently an editor of the ASTIN Bulletin — the Journal of the International Actuarial Association, an associate editor of the Journal of Risk and Insurance, and the program advisor for the Master in Mathematical Risk Management (MRM).