Past and Upcoming Talks

“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”