BEST Conference 2021 Presentation | “Religion, Parochialism and Intuitive Cooperation”
Ozan Isler is an experimental and behavioural economist working as postdoctoral research fellow at QUT’s School of Economics and Finance. He received his Ph.D. (2009) and M.A. (2006) in economics from University of California, Riverside, and his B.A. with distinction (2003) in economics from Yale University. Dr. Isler’s research focuses on dual-process accounts of social and moral behaviour. He was awarded the European Union’s Marie Curie Fellowship (2015–2017). He is also an external fellow of University of Nottingham’s Centre for Decision Research and Experimental Economics (CeDEx) and a founding member of the Istanbul Moral Intuitions Research Laboratory (MINT).