Faruk Gül

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Faruk R. Gül is a Turkish American economist, a professor of economics at Princeton University[1] and a Fellow of the Econometric Society.[2][3]

Gül did his undergraduate studies at Boğaziçi University, and received his Ph.D. from Princeton in 1986,[2] where he was a student of Hugo F. Sonnenschein. He has been on the Princeton faculty since 1995.[2]

Recently, Gül has specialized in choice theory, working with Wolfgang Pesendorfer on the revealed preference theory of temptation and self control.[4][5][6]

Selected works[edit]

  • Gül, Faruk; Pesendorfer, Wolfgang (2001). "Temptation and Self-Control". Econometrica. 
  • Gül, Faruk; Pesendorfer, Wolfgang (2004). "Self-Control and the Theory of Consumption". Econometrica. 
  • Gül, Faruk; Pesendorfer, Wolfgang (2006). "Random Expected Utility". Econometrica. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ Faculty listing, Princeton Economics Department, retrieved 2010-03-01.
  2. ^ a b c Curriculum vitae from Gül's web site.
  3. ^ Fellows of the Econometric Society, retrieved 2010-03-01.
  4. ^ "Do economists need brains?", Daily Times, July 29, 2008 .
  5. ^ Cassidy, John (September 18, 2006), "Mind Games", The New Yorker .
  6. ^ Lehrer, Jonah (2006), "Driven to Market", Nature 443 (7111): 502–504, doi:10.1038/443502a .

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