I am a behavioural and experimental economist at Queensland University of Technology's School of Economics and Finance and Centre for Behavioural Economics, Society and Technology (BEST).


I use behavioural experiments to study the economics and psychology of 1) scarcity and financial decision-making, 2)  cooperation and morality, and 3) preventive health behaviour.


I teach behavioural and experimental economics and co-lead two research grants: 1) Think Forward Initiative project on promoting financial preparedness, and 2) The Templeton Religion Trust project on religion and moral behaviour. 


I am an external fellow of the Centre for Decision Research & Experimental Economics (CeDEx) at University of Nottingham and a founding member of the Istanbul Moral Intuitions Lab (MINT). 

Dr. Ozan Isler

Behavioural and Experimental Economist