Website of painter & economist Gizem Saka.
Fall 2019: Wharton School of Business, Business Economics; Monetary Economics and the Global Economy
Primary interests in economics:
UPCOMING: Should we invest in the art market? Wharton Art Club, October 1, 2019, 12 pm (Location TBA)
Received the William G. Whitney Award for Distinguished Teaching at the Wharton School of Business.
Received Harvard University's Certificate of Distinction in Teaching.
Featured at Forbes/Investing: Millennials Beware: There Are Downsides To Debt-Free Living. Link.
Penn "Women in Art" Initiative Interview. Link
"Professor Spotlight: Economics and Art need not be mutually exclusive", The Daily Pennsylvanian. Link.
Exhibited "A Journey to the Aegean", a collection of paintings, at Boston University's Thurman Center.
Bryn Mawr College, "The Dubious Economics of the Art Market", October 2017
Sirius XM Business Radio, “Knowledge@Wharton,” discussed Labor Market Participation of Artists
Sirius XM Business Radio, “Knowledge@Wharton”, discussed the Business of Art, Recent Auctions, Venice Biennial.
"The Art Market: An Economist's Perspective," at Harvard Business School.
“Consumer Judgment” lecture, Neurosurgery Grand Rounds, UPenn Medical School.
"Can a $5 garage sale painting ever be worth $40 million? The Irresistible Economics of the Art World." Huntsman Program Preceptorial, Wharton.
“Exploring the relationship between economics and art through Sol LeWitt” , Davis Museum, MA