“Knowledge Transfer and its Contexts” (forthcoming) Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (with Catherine Herfeld)
“Why is behavioral game theory economists’ game? The concept of beliefs in equilibrium”. To appear in Egashira, Taishido, Hands and Mäki (eds.) (2018) A Genealogy of Self-interest in Economics (Springer).
“(Norms)^2: Norms About Norms” (under review for) The Philosophical Quarterly
“Measuring Norms via Social Survey Data” (under review for) Economics and Philosophy (with Juliette de Wit)
“The Role of Psychology in Behavioral Economics: the Case of Social Preferences” (2018) Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Part A
“Hypothetical Models in Social Science” (2017) with Alessandra Basso and Caterina Marchionni. Springer Handbook of Model-Based Science, edited by Lorenzo Magnani and Tommaso Bertolotti
“Robustness Analysis and Tractability in Modeling” (2016) European Journal for Philosophy of Science.
“On The Emergence Of Descriptive Norms“ (2014) with Ryan Muldoon, Cristina Bicchieri, Stephan Hartmann and Jan Sprenger. Politics, Philosophy and Economics. 13(1): 3-22
“Disagreement Behind the Veil of Ignorance“ (2014) with Mark Colyvan, Carlo Martini, Ryan Muldoon, Giacomo Sillari and Jan Sprenger. Philosophical Studies. 170: 377-394
“Conformorality. A Study on Group Conditioning of Normative Judgment“ (2013) with Marie Nilsenova and Matteo Colombo. The Review of Philosophy and Psychology. 4: 751-764. [Preprint here]
“Formal Epistemology Meets Experimental Philosophy“ (2013) Synthese. Ed. with S. Hartmann and E. Machery. With contributions by M. Colyvan. G. Devetag, H. Hosni and G. Sillari. J. Overton. M. Unterhuber and G. Schurz. A. Vallinder and Erik Olsson. Carl Wagner.
“Robustness Analysis versus Reliable Process Reasoning“ (2014) Review of Robert Hudson’s ‘Seeing Things. The Philosophy of Reliable Observations’. Metascience.
“Multiple Models, One Explanation” (with Johannes Korbmacher)
“Beliefs & Beliefs: A Formal and Conceptual Divide Between Economics and Psychology” (with Michiru Nagatsu)
“Challenges to Interdisciplinary Practice in Behavioral Economics”
“A Dynamic Model of Pluralistic Ignorance” with Stephan Hartmann and Ryan Muldoon
Research Project: “Norms in Motion: on the Dynamics of Social Norm Change”
Non-peer Reviewed Articles
Report of the European Philosophy of Science Association Conference, the Reasoner (2017) 11(10)
Report of the Workshop: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Behavioral Economics, the Reasoner (2017) 07(10).
Report of the Workshop on Robustness Analysis that I organized at the University of Helsinki