University of Calgary

Robert Oxoby

  • Professor
  • Department Head

Currently Teaching

Not currently teaching any courses.

About Me:

My primary research focus is on the ways in which individual psychology and market incentives feedback on one another, shaping the salient social identities and frames of reference indivdiuals use when making decisions. This research is an outgrowth of my interests in poverty, development, and the ways in which individuals adapt their attitudes and beliefs to their circumstances.

Working Papers

#2019-04 - Asset Integration, Risk Taking and Loss Aversion in the Laboratory
By Oxoby, Robert and Morrison, William G.
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#2019-03 - An Empirical and Qualitative Assessment of Terrorism Sentencing Decisions in Canada since 2001
By Oxoby, Robert, Nesbitt, Michael and Potier, Meagan
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#2014-86 - “Should Archie Marry Betty or Veronica?” in Twelve-Cent Archie, 2015, Bart Beaty (ed.), Rutgers.
By Oxoby, Robert
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#2010-06 - Loss Aversion and Intertemporal Choice: A Laboratory Investigation
By Oxoby, Robert and Morrison, William G.
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#2009-11 - Understanding Social Inclusion, Social Cohesion and Social Capital
By Oxoby, Robert
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Publications

Journal Article

Curriculum Vitae

Degrees

  • PhD
    University of California at Davis, 2000
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