BULENT GULER

Associate Professor

Department of Economics

Indiana University at Bloomington

Address: 100 S. Woodlawn Ave, Bloomington, IN, 47401

Email:  bguler@iu.edu

Phone: +1-812-855-7791

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Publications

         Price Search, Consumption Inequality and Expenditure Inequality over the Life-Cycle (forthcoming), International Economic Review, with Yavuz Arslan and Temel Taskin

         Homeownership and Unemployment: The Effect of Market Size (2018), Labour Economics, 54(C), pages 191-209, with Ahmet Ali Taskin

         Innovations in Information Technology and the Mortgage Market (2015), Review of Economic Dynamics, 18(3), 456-483.

         Joint Dynamics of House Prices and Foreclosures (2015), Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 47(S1), pp. 133-169, with Yavuz Arslan and Temel Taskin

         Does Unemployment Insurance Crowd Out Home Production? (2013), European Economic Review, 62, pp. 1-16, with Temel Taskin

         Euler Equation Approach for Emerging-market Macro Models (2013), International Economic Journal, 27(2), pp. 201-215, with Tack Yun

         Joint-Search Theory: New Opportunities and New Frictions (2012), Journal of Monetary Economics, 59(4), pp. 352-369, with Fatih Guvenen and Gianluca Violante

         Is there a flight to quality due to inflation uncertainty? (2005), Physica A, 345, pp. 603-607, with Umit Ozlale

Working Papers

         Dynamics of Deterrence: Implications of Criminal Justice Policy (2018), with Amanda Michaud [online appendix], revision requested at Review of Economic Studies

         Credit Driven Boom-Bust Cycles (2020), with Yavuz Arslan and Burhanettin Kuruscu, submitted

         Dual Income Couples and Interstate Migration (2018), with Ahmet Ali Taskin.

         Home Production and Optimal Rate of Unemployment Insurance (2015), with Yavuz Arslan and Temel Taskin

 

Work in Progress

         Trading Institutions in Experimental Asset Markets: Theory and Evidence, with Volodymyr Lugovskyy, Daniela Puzzello and Steven Tucker

         Inequality, Mobility and Optimal Taxation, with Joshua Bernstein

         Wealth Composition and the Determinants of Wealth Inequality: The Role of Housing, with Burhan Kuruscu and Baxter Robinson.

 

 

 


       

 

 

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