Talks2021-08-25T14:46:28+00:00

Recent and upcoming talks

“Domain-specific Explanatory Norms and Interdisciplinary Collaboration”

  • British Society for the Philosophy of Science, July 2021

  • Invited talk, Framing Innovation in a Networked World: An Interdisciplinary Workshop. Erasmus School of Philosophy, Rotterdam (The Netherlands), September 2021

  • European Philosophy of Science Association, University of Turin, September 2021

  • Invited talk, “Transdisciplinary Model Transfer and its Interfaces”, University of Vienna, March 2021

“Rewards and Recognition in Interdisciplinary Science

  • Invited talk, Framing Innovation in a Networked World: An Interdisciplinary Workshop. Erasmus School of Philosophy, Rotterdam (The Netherlands), September 2021

Past Talks

“Open Science and Knowledge Transfer

“Why is behavioral game theory economists’ game? The concept of beliefs in equilibrium.”

  • International Network for Economic Methodology (INEM), University of Helsinki, Finland 08/19

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Geneva, Switzerland, 09/19

  • Invited Talk, Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, University of Rotterdam, 10/18

“(Norms)^2: Norms about Norms”

  • Invited Talk, Experimental Philosophy Conference, University of Bern, Switzerland 09/19

  • “Norms and Networks Cluster”, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Science, University of Groningen, 06/2018

  • 4th International Conference in Economics and Philosophy, University of Lyon, France, 06/18

  • Invited Talk, University of Zurich, Switzerland, 05/2018

“Multiple Models, One Explanation”

  • Workshop on Multiple Models, University of Helsinki, Finland, September 2018

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Exeter, United Kingdom, 09/17

  • Theoretical Philosophy Colloquium. University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, 10/17

  • Workshop on Multiple Models, University of Helsinki, Finland, 10/18

“The Role of Psychology in Behavioral Economics: The Case of Social Preferences”

  • PPE Inaugural Conference, University of Groningen

“Interdisciplinary Challenges in Behavioral Economics”

  • Economics and/or psychology. Interdisciplinary perspectives on behavioural economics. University of Helsinki, Finland

“On The Introduction of Social Preferences in Behavioral Economics”

  • Invited Talk, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 03/17

  • Invited Talk, Bristol University, England, 10/16

  • Invited Talk, University of Paris VIII, France, 06/16

Commentary `On Fraud’ by Liam Kofi Bright

  • Formal Epistemology Workshop, University of Groningen, 06/16

Modelling Norms

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Dusseldorf, Germany, 09/15

Norms in Economics and Psychology”

  • Invited Talk at the Workshop: Studying Knowledge Transfer and its Contexts, Center for Advanced Studies, University of Munich, Germany, 09/15

“Robustness Analysis and Tractability in Modeling”

  • Objectivity in Science. Tilburg Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science, the Netherlands, 04/15

  • Philosophy of Science Association, Chicago, USA, 10/14

  • British Society for the Philosophy of Science, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 07/14

  • Work in Progress Seminars, Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, Ludwig Maximilians-Universität München, Germany, 07/13

“Pluralistic Ignorance: How an Unwanted Norm Can Emerge”

“Conformorality: A Study on Group Conditioning of Normative Judgment”

“On the Emergence of Norms: A Bayesian Approach”

“On the Emergence of Descriptive Norms”

“Why is behavioral game theory economists’ game? The concept of beliefs in equilibrium.

  • International Network for Economic Methodology (INEM), University of Helsinki, Finland 08/19

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Geneva, Switzerland, 09/19

  • Invited Talk, Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, University of Rotterdam, 10/18

“(Norms)^2: Norms about Norms”

  • Invited Talk, Experimental Philosophy Conference, University of Bern, Switzerland 09/19

  • “Norms and Networks Cluster”, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Science, University of Groningen, 06/2018

  • 4th International Conference in Economics and Philosophy, University of Lyon, France, 06/18

  • Invited Talk, University of Zurich, Switzerland, 05/2018

“Multiple Models, One Explanation”

  • Workshop on Multiple Models, University of Helsinki, Finland, September 2018

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Exeter, United Kingdom, 09/17

  • Theoretical Philosophy Colloquium. University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, 10/17

  • Workshop on Multiple Models, University of Helsinki, Finland, 10/18

“The Role of Psychology to Behavioral Economics: The Case of Social Preferences”

  • PPE Inaugural Conference, University of Groningen

“Interdisciplinary Challenges in Behavioral Economics”

  • Economics and/or psychology. Interdisciplinary perspectives on behavioural economics. University of Helsinki, Finland

“On The Introduction of Social Preferences in Behavioral Economics”

  • Invited Talk, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 03/17

  • Invited Talk, Bristol University, England, 10/16

  • Invited Talk, University of Paris VIII, France, 06/16

Commentary `On Fraud’ by Liam Kofi Bright

  • Formal Epistemology Workshop, University of Groningen, 06/16

Modelling Norms

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Dusseldorf, Germany, 09/15

Norms in Economics and Psychology”

  • Invited Talk at the Workshop: Studying Knowledge Transfer and its Contexts, Center for Advanced Studies, University of Munich, Germany, 09/15

“Robustness Analysis and Tractability in Modeling”

  • Objectivity in Science. Tilburg Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science, the Netherlands, 04/15

  • Philosophy of Science Association, Chicago, USA, 10/14

  • British Society for the Philosophy of Science, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 07/14

  • Work in Progress Seminars, Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, Ludwig Maximilians-Universität München, Germany, 07/13

“Pluralistic Ignorance: How an Unwanted Norm Can Emerge”

“Conformorality: A Study on Group Conditioning of Normative Judgment”

“On the Emergence of Norms: A Bayesian Approach”

“On the Emergence of Descriptive Norms”

“Why is behavioral game theory economists’ game? The concept of beliefs in equilibrium.

  • International Network for Economic Methodology (INEM), University of Helsinki, Finland 08/19

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Geneva, Switzerland, 09/19

  • Invited Talk, Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, University of Rotterdam, 10/18

“(Norms)^2: Norms about Norms”

  • Invited Talk, Experimental Philosophy Conference, University of Bern, Switzerland 09/19

  • “Norms and Networks Cluster”, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Science, University of Groningen, 06/2018

  • 4th International Conference in Economics and Philosophy, University of Lyon, France, 06/18

  • Invited Talk, University of Zurich, Switzerland, 05/2018

“Multiple Models, One Explanation”

  • Workshop on Multiple Models, University of Helsinki, Finland, September 2018

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Exeter, United Kingdom, 09/17

  • Theoretical Philosophy Colloquium. University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, 10/17

  • Workshop on Multiple Models, University of Helsinki, Finland, 10/18

“The Role of Psychology to Behavioral Economics: The Case of Social Preferences”

  • PPE Inaugural Conference, University of Groningen

“Interdisciplinary Challenges in Behavioral Economics”

  • Economics and/or psychology. Interdisciplinary perspectives on behavioural economics. University of Helsinki, Finland

“On The Introduction of Social Preferences in Behavioral Economics”

  • Invited Talk, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 03/17

  • Invited Talk, Bristol University, England, 10/16

  • Invited Talk, University of Paris VIII, France, 06/16

Commentary `On Fraud’ by Liam Kofi Bright

  • Formal Epistemology Workshop, University of Groningen, 06/16

Modelling Norms

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Dusseldorf, Germany, 09/15

Norms in Economics and Psychology”

  • Invited Talk at the Workshop: Studying Knowledge Transfer and its Contexts, Center for Advanced Studies, University of Munich, Germany, 09/15

“Robustness Analysis and Tractability in Modeling”

  • Objectivity in Science. Tilburg Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science, the Netherlands, 04/15

  • Philosophy of Science Association, Chicago, USA, 10/14

  • British Society for the Philosophy of Science, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 07/14

  • Work in Progress Seminars, Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, Ludwig Maximilians-Universität München, Germany, 07/13

“Pluralistic Ignorance: How an Unwanted Norm Can Emerge”

“Conformorality: A Study on Group Conditioning of Normative Judgment”

“On the Emergence of Norms: A Bayesian Approach”

“On the Emergence of Descriptive Norms”

“Why is behavioral game theory economists’ game? The concept of beliefs in equilibrium.

  • International Network for Economic Methodology (INEM), University of Helsinki, Finland 08/19

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Geneva, Switzerland, 09/19

  • Invited Talk, Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, University of Rotterdam, 10/18

“(Norms)^2: Norms about Norms”

  • Invited Talk, Experimental Philosophy Conference, University of Bern, Switzerland 09/19

  • “Norms and Networks Cluster”, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Science, University of Groningen, 06/2018

  • 4th International Conference in Economics and Philosophy, University of Lyon, France, 06/18

  • Invited Talk, University of Zurich, Switzerland, 05/2018

“Multiple Models, One Explanation”

  • Workshop on Multiple Models, University of Helsinki, Finland, September 2018

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Exeter, United Kingdom, 09/17

  • Theoretical Philosophy Colloquium. University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, 10/17

  • Workshop on Multiple Models, University of Helsinki, Finland, 10/18

“The Role of Psychology to Behavioral Economics: The Case of Social Preferences”

  • PPE Inaugural Conference, University of Groningen

“Interdisciplinary Challenges in Behavioral Economics”

  • Economics and/or psychology. Interdisciplinary perspectives on behavioural economics. University of Helsinki, Finland

“On The Introduction of Social Preferences in Behavioral Economics”

  • Invited Talk, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 03/17

  • Invited Talk, Bristol University, England, 10/16

  • Invited Talk, University of Paris VIII, France, 06/16

Commentary `On Fraud’ by Liam Kofi Bright

  • Formal Epistemology Workshop, University of Groningen, 06/16

Modelling Norms

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Dusseldorf, Germany, 09/15

Norms in Economics and Psychology”

  • Invited Talk at the Workshop: Studying Knowledge Transfer and its Contexts, Center for Advanced Studies, University of Munich, Germany, 09/15

“Robustness Analysis and Tractability in Modeling”

  • Objectivity in Science. Tilburg Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science, the Netherlands, 04/15

  • Philosophy of Science Association, Chicago, USA, 10/14

  • British Society for the Philosophy of Science, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 07/14

  • Work in Progress Seminars, Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, Ludwig Maximilians-Universität München, Germany, 07/13

“Pluralistic Ignorance: How an Unwanted Norm Can Emerge”

“Conformorality: A Study on Group Conditioning of Normative Judgment”

“On the Emergence of Norms: A Bayesian Approach”

“On the Emergence of Descriptive Norms”

“Why is behavioral game theory economists’ game? The concept of beliefs in equilibrium.

  • International Network for Economic Methodology (INEM), University of Helsinki, Finland 08/19

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Geneva, Switzerland, 09/19

  • Invited Talk, Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, University of Rotterdam, 10/18

“(Norms)^2: Norms about Norms”

  • Invited Talk, Experimental Philosophy Conference, University of Bern, Switzerland 09/19

  • “Norms and Networks Cluster”, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Science, University of Groningen, 06/2018

  • 4th International Conference in Economics and Philosophy, University of Lyon, France, 06/18

  • Invited Talk, University of Zurich, Switzerland, 05/2018

“Multiple Models, One Explanation”

  • Workshop on Multiple Models, University of Helsinki, Finland, September 2018

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Exeter, United Kingdom, 09/17

  • Theoretical Philosophy Colloquium. University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, 10/17

  • Workshop on Multiple Models, University of Helsinki, Finland, 10/18

“The Role of Psychology to Behavioral Economics: The Case of Social Preferences”

  • PPE Inaugural Conference, University of Groningen

“Interdisciplinary Challenges in Behavioral Economics”

  • Economics and/or psychology. Interdisciplinary perspectives on behavioural economics. University of Helsinki, Finland

“On The Introduction of Social Preferences in Behavioral Economics”

  • Invited Talk, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 03/17

  • Invited Talk, Bristol University, England, 10/16

  • Invited Talk, University of Paris VIII, France, 06/16

Commentary `On Fraud’ by Liam Kofi Bright

  • Formal Epistemology Workshop, University of Groningen, 06/16

Modelling Norms

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Dusseldorf, Germany, 09/15

Norms in Economics and Psychology”

  • Invited Talk at the Workshop: Studying Knowledge Transfer and its Contexts, Center for Advanced Studies, University of Munich, Germany, 09/15

“Robustness Analysis and Tractability in Modeling”

  • Objectivity in Science. Tilburg Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science, the Netherlands, 04/15

  • Philosophy of Science Association, Chicago, USA, 10/14

  • British Society for the Philosophy of Science, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 07/14

  • Work in Progress Seminars, Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, Ludwig Maximilians-Universität München, Germany, 07/13

“Pluralistic Ignorance: How an Unwanted Norm Can Emerge”

“Conformorality: A Study on Group Conditioning of Normative Judgment”

“On the Emergence of Norms: A Bayesian Approach”

“On the Emergence of Descriptive Norms”

“Why is behavioral game theory economists’ game? The concept of beliefs in equilibrium.

  • International Network for Economic Methodology (INEM), University of Helsinki, Finland 08/19

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Geneva, Switzerland, 09/19

  • Invited Talk, Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, University of Rotterdam, 10/18

“(Norms)^2: Norms about Norms”

  • Invited Talk, Experimental Philosophy Conference, University of Bern, Switzerland 09/19

  • “Norms and Networks Cluster”, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Science, University of Groningen, 06/2018

  • 4th International Conference in Economics and Philosophy, University of Lyon, France, 06/18

  • Invited Talk, University of Zurich, Switzerland, 05/2018

“Multiple Models, One Explanation”

  • Workshop on Multiple Models, University of Helsinki, Finland, September 2018

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Exeter, United Kingdom, 09/17

  • Theoretical Philosophy Colloquium. University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, 10/17

  • Workshop on Multiple Models, University of Helsinki, Finland, 10/18

“The Role of Psychology to Behavioral Economics: The Case of Social Preferences”

  • PPE Inaugural Conference, University of Groningen

“Interdisciplinary Challenges in Behavioral Economics”

  • Economics and/or psychology. Interdisciplinary perspectives on behavioural economics. University of Helsinki, Finland

“On The Introduction of Social Preferences in Behavioral Economics”

  • Invited Talk, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 03/17

  • Invited Talk, Bristol University, England, 10/16

  • Invited Talk, University of Paris VIII, France, 06/16

Commentary `On Fraud’ by Liam Kofi Bright

  • Formal Epistemology Workshop, University of Groningen, 06/16

Modelling Norms

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Dusseldorf, Germany, 09/15

Norms in Economics and Psychology”

  • Invited Talk at the Workshop: Studying Knowledge Transfer and its Contexts, Center for Advanced Studies, University of Munich, Germany, 09/15

“Robustness Analysis and Tractability in Modeling”

  • Objectivity in Science. Tilburg Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science, the Netherlands, 04/15

  • Philosophy of Science Association, Chicago, USA, 10/14

  • British Society for the Philosophy of Science, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 07/14

  • Work in Progress Seminars, Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, Ludwig Maximilians-Universität München, Germany, 07/13

“Pluralistic Ignorance: How an Unwanted Norm Can Emerge”

“Conformorality: A Study on Group Conditioning of Normative Judgment”

“On the Emergence of Norms: A Bayesian Approach”

“On the Emergence of Descriptive Norms”

“Why is behavioral game theory economists’ game? The concept of beliefs in equilibrium.

  • International Network for Economic Methodology (INEM), University of Helsinki, Finland 08/19

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Geneva, Switzerland, 09/19

  • Invited Talk, Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, University of Rotterdam, 10/18

“(Norms)^2: Norms about Norms”

  • Invited Talk, Experimental Philosophy Conference, University of Bern, Switzerland 09/19

  • “Norms and Networks Cluster”, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Science, University of Groningen, 06/2018

  • 4th International Conference in Economics and Philosophy, University of Lyon, France, 06/18

  • Invited Talk, University of Zurich, Switzerland, 05/2018

“Multiple Models, One Explanation”

  • Workshop on Multiple Models, University of Helsinki, Finland, September 2018

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Exeter, United Kingdom, 09/17

  • Theoretical Philosophy Colloquium. University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, 10/17

  • Workshop on Multiple Models, University of Helsinki, Finland, 10/18

“The Role of Psychology to Behavioral Economics: The Case of Social Preferences”

  • PPE Inaugural Conference, University of Groningen

“Interdisciplinary Challenges in Behavioral Economics”

  • Economics and/or psychology. Interdisciplinary perspectives on behavioural economics. University of Helsinki, Finland

“On The Introduction of Social Preferences in Behavioral Economics”

  • Invited Talk, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 03/17

  • Invited Talk, Bristol University, England, 10/16

  • Invited Talk, University of Paris VIII, France, 06/16

Commentary `On Fraud’ by Liam Kofi Bright

  • Formal Epistemology Workshop, University of Groningen, 06/16

Modelling Norms

  • European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), University of Dusseldorf, Germany, 09/15

Norms in Economics and Psychology”

  • Invited Talk at the Workshop: Studying Knowledge Transfer and its Contexts, Center for Advanced Studies, University of Munich, Germany, 09/15

“Robustness Analysis and Tractability in Modeling”

  • Objectivity in Science. Tilburg Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science, the Netherlands, 04/15

  • Philosophy of Science Association, Chicago, USA, 10/14

  • British Society for the Philosophy of Science, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 07/14

  • Work in Progress Seminars, Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, Ludwig Maximilians-Universität München, Germany, 07/13

“Pluralistic Ignorance: How an Unwanted Norm Can Emerge”

“Conformorality: A Study on Group Conditioning of Normative Judgment”

“On the Emergence of Norms: A Bayesian Approach”

“On the Emergence of Descriptive Norms”