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Pre-read Workshop: The Many Faces of Philosophy of Economics
26 June @ 14:00 - 18:00
The Many Faces of Philosophy of Economics
This pre-read workshop collects five working papers in different areas of philosophy of economics for discussion. The topics range from Bayesianism in feedback systems, to bankruptcy problems, to modeling representation, to fair housing allocation, to behavioural public policy. The aim is to provide a space for constructive feedback on advanced drafts. If you are interested in any of the topics (and/or the subsequent drinks), do feel free to attend.
Date: 26th of June, 2023
Place: Glasbak, 5th floor of Bayle Building, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Navigating Bayesian Overconfidence in Feedback Systems
Jeroen Karel van Zeeland (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Impartial Transformations of Bankruptcy Problems into Cooperative Games
Marina Uzunova (VU Amsterdam)
How Should Representatives Change Their Minds? (And What Does That Mean for Measures of Representativeness?)
Erica Celine Yu (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Housing Allocation and Spatial Inequality: The Exclusionary City Space
Elisabetta Gobbo (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Behavioural Paternalism and Spillovers
Måns Abrahamson (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
This is a pre-read workshop. If you are interested in attending, please send an email to email@example.com to receive the working papers. The working papers will be circulated by the 19th of June.
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