Dr. Richard Martin

Dr. Richard Martin
Sessional Lecturer and Adjunct Assistant Professor

PhD (Simon Fraser University)


Richard Martin received his PhD in economics from Simon Fraser University.  He has taught industrial organization, game theory, environmental economics and microeconomics.

Research interests include industrial organization, corporate finance, labour, public finance, experimental economics and charitable behaviour.




  • R Martin, J Randal, "How is donation behaviour affected by the donations of others?" Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 67 (1), 228-238.
  • R Martin, "Debt financing and entry", International Journal of Industrial Organization 21 (4), 533-549.
  • R Martin, S Mongrain, S Parkinson, "Severance Payments and Unemployment Insurance: A Commitment Issue", Journal of Public Economic Theory 6 (4), 593-606.
  • R Martin, J Randal, "How Sunday, price, and social norms influence donation behaviour", The Journal of Socio-Economics 38 (5), 722-727.

Book Chapter:

  • R Martin, J Randal, "How social norms, price, and scrutiny influence donation behavior: Evidence from four natural field experiments" in The science of giving: Experimental approaches to the study of charity, 81-113