David Gale

Professor Emeritus
Primary Research Area: 
Applied Mathematics
Research Interests: 
Mathematical economics
Year Appointed: 

David Gale in 1972

Selected Publications: 


Ahmet Alkan and David Gale.
Stable schedule matching under revealed preference.
J. Econom. Theory, 112(2):289-306, 2003.


A. Alkan and D. Gale.
Stable schedule matching under revealed preference.
In ICM2002GTA (Qingdao), pages 7-23. Qingdao Publ. House,
Qingdao, 2002.


David Gale.
Review: A beautiful mind [Simon & Schuster, New
York, 1998; MR 99j:01021] by S. Nasar; a beautiful mind
[film, Universal Studios and Dreamworks LLC, 2001]; the
essential john nash
[Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, NJ,
2002; MR 2002k:01044].
Math. Intelligencer, 24(3):75-78, 2002.


David Gale.
The two-sided matching problem. Origin, development and current
Int. Game Theory Rev., 3(2-3):237-252, 2001.
Special issue on operations research and game theory with economic
and industrial applications (Chennai, 2000).


David Gale.
Tracking the automatic ant.
Springer-Verlag, New York, 1998.
And other mathematical explorations, A collection of Mathematical
Entertainments columns from The Mathematical Intelligencer.