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RECENT TALKS


The Notion of Heuristics in Simon and Kahneman
51. Deutscher Historikertag, Hamburg 2016

A Critique of Behavioural Welfare Economics
Network for Integrated Behavioural Science (NIBS) 2016, Norwich 2016.

Why Boosts are not Nudges
INEM 2015 in Cape Town, South Africa (November 2015)
Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality 2016, Berlin 2016
International Conference on Thinking, Providence, RI, 2016

Systematic Decision-Making with Computer Simulations
Science and Art of Simulation (SAS) at the Bundeshöchstleistungszentrum (HLRS) in Stuttgart (October 2015).

Teaching Philosophy of Science by Example
SPSP Pre-Conference Workshop at Aarhus University (June 2015)

Toy Models as Possibility-Identifying Devices
Workshop Workshop: Just Playing? Toy Models in the Sciences at LMU Munich (2015)

Why behavioral policy needs mechanistic evidence
PSA 2014, Chicago (2014)

Assisting Limited Beings - Categorising and Comparing Different Types of Behavioural Policies
Summer School in Economics and Philosophy in San Sebastian, Spain (2014)
Bounded Rationality Summer School 2014 at Max Planck, Berlin (2014)

Intuition in Scientific Modelling: Its Justifications and Their Methodological Implications
Philosophy and Computer Simulation, Grenoble (December 2013)
Understanding through modeling, Bochum (April 2013)

The Democratic Limitations of Nudge Policies
Liberty in the Protective State, Budapest (October 2013)

Welfare Assessment of Default-Setting Policies
Conference on Evidence-based Policy, Stockholm 2016
Behavioural Economics: Science, Philosophy, and Policy-Making, Trento (October 2013)
Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin (October 2013)

Model exchanges and their interdisciplinary success
Pre-EPSA symposium Towards Philosophies of Interdisciplinarity, Helsinki (August 2013)
What is Interdisciplinary Success? in Lund (October 2012)

Teaching Philosophy of Science to Scientists: Why, What and How
GWP 2013, Hannover (March 2013)

Appraising Non-Representational Models
PSA 2012, San Diego (November 2012)
Collective Decisions in Hamburg (June 2012) Models & Simulations 5 in Helsinki (June 2012)

Preference Consolidation and Endogenous Entrenchment
Topics in Economics and Philosophy, Uppsala (October 2012)
Frontiers of Rationality and Decision in Groningen (September 2012)

Rationality Assumptions as an Answer to Negative Performativity
Naturalism and Normativity in the Social Sciences in Hradec Kralove,CZ (May 2012)

Evolutionary Game Theory, Learning Dynamics and Mechanisms
Taiwan Conference on Philosophy of Economics and Biology, Hsinchu, Taiwan (March 2011)
European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), Athens (October 2011)
GIRL'12@LUND, Lund (April 2012)

Exchanges Between Economics and Psychology: The Case of Intertemporal Discounting
Interdisciplinary Exchanges as the Object of Philosophical Inquiry, Helsinki (March 2011)
University of Bayreuth (May 2011)
Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (SPSP), Exeter (June 2011)
International Network for Economic Method (INEM), Helsinki (September 2011)

Formal Modelling in Economics
Uppsala University (March 2011)

Welfare Judgments from Inconsistent Preferences
Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin (January 2010)
Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, Rotterdam (May 2010)
Decisions, Games & Logic '10, Paris (June 2010)
Tsinghua University, Beijing (April 2011)
New Frontiers in Normative Economics and Policy Advice, Walter Eucken Institute, Freiburg (December 2009)

Models as a Product of Interdisciplinary Exchange: The Case of Evolutionary Game Theory
Modelling the World - Perspectives from Biology and Economics, Helsinki (May 2009)

Consistency Preserving Models of Preference Change
Decisions. Games & Logic 09, Lausanne (June 2009)

Messy Model Metaphysics
Models and Simulations 3, Charlottesville, VA (March 2009)
Models and Fiction, Helsinki (May 2009)
European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), Amsterdam (October 2009)

Are economic models tools for theoretical isolation?
6th International Network of Economic Methodology (INEM), Madrid (September 2008)
Models, Mechanisms, and Interdisciplinarity, Helsinki (November 2008)

Evolutionary Game Theory, Interpersonal Comparisons and Natural Selection
8th Conference on Logic and the Foundations of Game and Decision Theory (LOFT), Amsterdam (July 2008)
Evolution, Co-operation and Rationality, Bristol (September 2009)

Old Wine In New Wineskins
Reconciling Normative and Behavioural Economics, Norwich, UK (April 2008)

To the Beasts and Back
European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE), Porto (November 2007)
University of Pennsylvania (January 2008)

Making Policy Decisions with ABM
Models and Simulations 2, Tilburg (October 2007)
Modeling, Simulation and Computational Science: Perspectives from different sciences, Helsinki (November 2007)

Learning from Models
Society for the Philosophy of Science in Practice (SPSP), Twente (August 2007)
Economic Models as Credible Worlds or as Isolating Tools?, Helsinki (March 2008)

The Interactive Nature of Work Incentives
Salzburger Anstösse - Perspectives on Work (Mai 2007)

Beneficial Risk Increases
SCARR Conference Risk & Rationalities, Cambridge (March 2007)

Credibility Revisited
Philosophy of Science Association (PSA), Vancouver (November 2006)

Agent-Based Simulation, Generative Science, And Its Explanatory Claims
Models and Simulations 1, Paris (June 2006)
IX Summer School on Economics and Philosophy, San Sebastian (July 2006)

Conceptual Problems of the VSL Measure
Workshop on Philosophy, Economics and Public Policy, European Congress for Analytic Philosophy (ECAP5), Lisbon (August 2005)

Are Folk Psychological Practices Inherently Normative?
European Society for Philosophy and Psychology Meeting, Lund (August 2005)
Lund University Philosophy Seminar (October 2005)

Credibility as a Criterion for Model Appraisal in Economics
Perspectives on Scientific Understanding, Amsterdam (August 2005)
British Society for the Philosophy of Science (BSPS), Manchester (July 2005):

Game Theoretic Models, Stories and Their Assessment
British Society for the Philosophy of Science (BSPS), Canterbury (July 2004)

A Model of Preference Change
Gesellschaft für Analytische Philosophie (GAP5), Bielefeld (September 2003)
Joint Session of the Mind Association and the Aristotelian Society, (July 2003)

Explaining with Motives
National Postgraduate Analytic Philosophy Conference (NPAPC), Nottingham (July 2003)

Hume's Concept of the Passions as the Basis of His Economic Thought
Hume's Political Economy, New York (May 2003)

Preference Holism and Causal Structure
Expert Workshop 'Measurement in Economics and Natural Sciences', Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam (May 2002)
Northwestern Philosophy Conference, Portland, Oregon (October 2002)
6th Annual Inland Northwest Philosophy Conference: Explanation and Causation, Moscow, ID (May 2003)