Photo Dr. Robin CHARK Room: E22- 3021
Assistant Professor in International Integrated Resort Management Telephone: (853) 8822- 4136

Faculty of Business Administration

Email: rchark

University of Macau, E22
Avenida da Universidade, Taipa, Macau, China


Academic Qualifications

  1. Ph.D. in Marketing, HKUST
  2. MSc in Economics, HKUST
  3. BBA in Finance, HKUST

Research Interests
  1. Behavioral and Experimental Economics
  2. Neuroeconomics

Selected Journal Papers
  1. Zhong, Songfa, Robin Chark, Ming Hsu, and Soo Hong Chew (2016), Computational substrates of social norm enforcement by unaffected third parties, NeuroImage, 129, 95–104.
  2. Robin Chark and Soo Hong Chew (2015), A neuroimaging study of preference for strategic uncertainty, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty.
  3. Robin Chark, Chew Soo Hong and Zhong Songfa (2015), Extended Present Bias: A Direct Experimental Test, Theory and Decision.
  4. A.V. Muthukrishnan and Robin Chark (2015), Choice Set Induced Conflict, Deliberation, and Persistent Preference, Marketing Letters.
  5. Robin Chark and A. V. Muthukrishnan (2013), The Effect of Physical Possession on Preference for Product Warranty, International Journal of Research in Marketing.
  6. Tsang SY, …, Robin Chark, et al. (2013), Social Cognitive Role of Schizophrenia Candidate Gene GABRB2, PLoS ONE, 8(4): e62322. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0062322
  7. Zhong Songfa^, Robin Chark^, Richard Ebstein and Chew Soo Hong (2012), Imaging Genomics supports Dual System for Utility of Risks over Gains and Losses, NeuroImage, 59 (1), 540–546 (^ These authors contributed equally).
  8. Robin Chark, Amnon Rapoport and Rami Zwick (2011), Experimental Comparison of Two Multiple-Stage Contest Designs with Asymmetric Players, Public Choice, 147 (3–4), 305–329.
Selected Books and Book Chapters
  1. Ebstein RP, Zhong S, Chark R, Lai PS, Chew SH. (2012) Genetics of Social Cognition in the Laboratory: Definition, Measurement and Association, in T. Canlin (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Molecular Psychology. Oxford University Press.
  2. Chew Soo Hong, Li King King, Robin Chark, and Zhong Songfa (2008), Source Preference and Ambiguity Aversion: Models and Evidence from Behavioral and Neuroimaging Experiments, in D. Houser and K. McCabe (eds.), Neuroeconomics, Advances in Health Economics. Emerald Insight.

Faculty of Business Administration
University of Macau