2017 - Member of Academia Europaea
Gustav Feichtinger mainly investigates Optimal control, Mathematical economics, Mathematical optimization, Microeconomics and Actuarial science. His Optimal control research includes themes of Phase portrait, Control, Path, Time horizon and Illicit drug. Gustav Feichtinger focuses mostly in the field of Mathematical economics, narrowing it down to topics relating to Differential game and, in certain cases, Zero-sum game, Best response, Differential and Terrorism.
His work in the fields of Mathematical optimization, such as Maximum principle, overlaps with other areas such as Leslie matrix. His Microeconomics research incorporates elements of Intertemporal optimization and Advertising. His studies in Actuarial science integrate themes in fields like Moral hazard, Value of life, Health care and Mandatory retirement.
Gustav Feichtinger focuses on Optimal control, Mathematical economics, Microeconomics, Mathematical optimization and Consumption. Gustav Feichtinger does research in Optimal control, focusing on Maximum principle specifically. His studies examine the connections between Mathematical economics and genetics, as well as such issues in Differential game, with regards to Sequential game.
His research in Microeconomics is mostly focused on Investment. In his works, Gustav Feichtinger undertakes multidisciplinary study on Mathematical optimization and Theory of computation. His studies deal with areas such as Value of life, Addiction and Health care as well as Consumption.
Optimal control, Investment, Mathematical economics, Fertility and Microeconomics are his primary areas of study. His research in Optimal control intersects with topics in Discount points, Quality, Advertising, Consumption and Operations research. His work in Operations research covers topics such as Outcome which are related to areas like Mathematical optimization and Profit.
His Investment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Oligopoly and Externality. His Mathematical economics study combines topics in areas such as Open-loop controller, Differential game and Staffing. His Microeconomics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Zero tolerance, Legalization, National Policy and Futures studies.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Optimal control, Operations research, Microeconomics, Outcome and Production. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Discount points, Value and Capital accumulation. Gustav Feichtinger interconnects Computer security, Robustness, Task and Constraint in the investigation of issues within Operations research.
His Microeconomics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Consumption, Subsidy, Experience quality and System dynamics. His research in Outcome intersects with topics in Phase portrait, Affect, Intertemporal optimization, Corporate social responsibility and Harm. His work deals with themes such as Profit and Mathematical optimization, which intersect with Production.
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Optimale Kontrolle ökonomischer Prozesse : Anwendungen des Maximumprinzips in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Gustav Feichtinger;Richard F. Hartl.
Dynamic optimal control models in advertising: recent developments
Gustav Feichtinger;Richard F. Hartl;Suresh P. Sethi.
Management Science (1994)
Optimal Control of Nonlinear Processes: With Applications in Drugs, Corruption, and Terror
Dieter Grass;Jonathan P. Caulkins;Gustav Feichtinger;Gernot Tragler.
Cyclical consumption patterns and rational addiction
Gustav Feichtinger;Engelbert J. Dockner.
The American Economic Review (1993)
Tractable classes of nonzero-sum open-loop Nash differential games: Theory and examples
E. Dockner;G. Feichtinger;S. Jorgensen.
Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications (1985)
On the optimality of limit cycles in dynamic economic systems
Engelbert J. Dockner;Engelbert J. Dockner;Gustav Feichtinger.
Journal of Economics (1991)
A dynamic model of drug initiation: implications for treatment and drug control.
Doris A. Behrens;Jonathan P. Caulkins;Gernot Tragler;Josef L. Haunschmied.
Bellman Prize in Mathematical Biosciences (1999)
Optimality conditions for age-structured control systems☆
Gustav Feichtinger;Gernot Tragler;Vladimir M. Veliov;Vladimir M. Veliov.
Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications (2003)
Optimal Control of Drug Epidemics: Prevent and Treat--But Not at the Same Time?
Doris A. Behrens;Jonathan P. Caulkins;Gernot Tragler;Gustav Feichtinger.
Management Science (2000)
Optimal Dynamic Allocation of Treatment and Enforcement in Illicit Drug Control
Gernot Tragler;Jonathan P. Caulkins;Gustav Feichtinger.
Operations Research (2001)
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