​​​I am an experimental and behavioral economist at Queensland University of Technology's Centre for Behavioural Economics, Society and Technology (BEST), 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). 

In 2014, I decided to specialize in the magical practice of the experimental method. I accomplished this career transition at CeDEx from 2015 to 2017 as a Marie Curie Research Fellow. I now work as a sorcerer of the powers of randomization.

My research focuses on social and moral dilemmas from a dual-process perspective. In numerous collaborative projects with leading scholars, I experimentally investigate the economics and  psychology of cooperation, honesty and social norms. 

Dr. Ozan Isler

Experimental and Behavioral Economist