Program: Online MBA
Ph.D., Economics, Rice University
MA, Economics, Rice University
BA, Economics and Mathematics, Ouachita Baptist University
Expertise: Macroeconomics, microeconomics, international finance, current economic issues
Daniel Gaske is an adjunct professor of economics at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business. He has taught numerous macroeconomics and microeconomics courses in the Flex MBA program in Newport News, in the full-time MBA program in Williamsburg, and in the Online MBA program. He also has taught economics at a number of universities in the Washington, D.C., area, including George Mason University, Georgetown University, George Washington University, Johns Hopkins Nitze School of Advanced International Studies and the National Defense University, as well as delivering training on economic topics for USG economic analysts and officials.
He has published two short treatises on economics and statistics: Understanding US and Global Economic Trends: A Primer for the Non-Economist and Understanding the Calculations of Key Economic and Business Statistics.
Daniel and his wife reside in Williamsburg where he is active in his church and other faith-based activities and teaches economic-related courses for the William & Mary's Osher Institute/Christopher Wren Association, a lifelong learning program that delivers short, non-credit courses on topical subjects to interested adults.