Economics of oil & gas value chains.
Electricity sector restructuring.
Energy policy & regulation.
Ph.D. Economics, Boston College, 1996
B.A. Economics, Bosphorus University, Istanbul, Turkey, 1990
Senior Energy Economist, Center for Energy Economics, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (June 2005 – Present).
Researcher, Institute for Energy Law and Enterprise, University Law Center (June 2002 – May 2005).
Researcher, Energy Institute, Bauer College of Business, University of Houston (January 1997 – June 2002).
Scholar in Residence, Duke Energy International, Houston (February 2000 – August 2000).
Graduate Assistant, Boston College, Department of Economics (September 1990 – May 1996).
Gülen, Gürcan, İzak Atiyas and Tamer Çetin, 2012. Reforming Turkish Energy Markets: Political Economy, Regulation and Competition in the Search for Energy Policy, Springer.
Gülen, Gürcan, 2011. Defining, Measuring, and Predicting Green Jobs, Copenhagen Consensus Center.
Gülen, Gürcan, and Wood, Pat, 2009, Laying the Groundwork for Power Competition in Texas, chapter in Electricity Restructuring: Texas Story, a book by American Enterprise Institute.
Gülen, Gürcan, Foss, M. M., and Hitchcock, David, 2003, Guide to electric power in Texas, 3rd edition: Institute for Energy Law and Enterprise, University of Houston Law Center and Houston Advanced Research Center.
Foss, M. M., Shenoy, Bhamy, and Gülen, Gürcan, 2000, "Monetizing" stranded gas: the case of Turkmenistan and considerations for explorationists, in International oil and gas exploration: a business perspective: Tulsa, American Association of Petroleum Geologists.
Ambrose, W. A., Breton, C., Nuñez López, V., and Gülen, G., 2012, Geologic and economic criteria for siting clean-coal facilities in the Texas Gulf Coast, USA: Natural Resources Research, v. 21, no. 4, p. 461‒481.
Gülen, Gürcan, Wainberg, Miranda L., and Foss, Michelle Michot, 2011, Value creation in national oil companies, in Empirical Methods in Energy Economics Conference, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, July 14.
King, C., Cohen, S., Coleman S., and Gülen, G. 2010, The economics of an integrated CO2 capture and sequestration system: Texas Gulf Coast case study, GHGT-10 Conference.
Volkov, Dmitry, Gülen, Gürcan, Foss, Michelle Michot, and Makaryan, Ruzanna, 2009, Gazprom pipeline gas remains key to Europe: Oil and Gas Journal, v. 107, no. 16.
Gülen, Gürcan, and Essandoh-Yeddu, Joseph, 2008, Economic modeling of carbon dioxide integrated pipeline network for enhanced oil recovery and geologic sequestration in the Texas Gulf Coast region, in GHGT-9, Energy Procedia.
Gülen, Gürcan and Hossain, Ijaz, 2007, Life-cycle Analysis of Different Urban Transport Options for Bangladesh, Energy Policy, v. 35, p. 4909-4918.
Joseph Essandoh-Yeddu, Gülen, Gürcan, and Asante, Felix, 2007, “Net WAGP Economic Benefit Requires Ghana Development,” Oil & Gas Journal, August 27, 2007, p. 68-73.
Foss, M. M., Gurfinkel, M. E., and Gülen, Gürcan, 2006, Historical data provide low-cost estimating tool: Oil & Gas Journal, November.
Editor, Dialogue, quarterly newsletter of the United States Association for Energy Economics (USAEE), 2006-2011.
VP Conferences, USAEE, 2006-2007.
Officer, Houston Chapter, USAEE, 1998-2001.