Ph.D. Stanford University
Psy.D. New Center for Psychoanalysis.
Research Areas:Psychoanalysis, Moral Philosophy, International Economics
Office:Bunche Hall 9361
Şule Özler is an Associate Professor of Economics at UCLA, and a Research Psychoanalyst at the New Center for Psychoanalysis. Her earlier research focused international finance, trade, macroeconomics and gender economics in a globalizing world. More recently, her work uses psychoanalytic methods to study Adam Smith’s works. The title of her 2018 book from Routledge is “Psychoanalytic Studies of the work of Adam Smith: Towards a Theory of Moral Development and Social Relations”. Currently she is working on a book analyzing Adam Smiths’ the Theory of Moral Sentiments.