In order to facilitate the interaction between economists and philosophers in the Stockholm region, SU and KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) are co-organizing a one-day workshop on March 10th.

Program, Friday March 10th

Foundations 1

9.30Ekenberg, “The Money Triangle"

10.00Mohlin & Ellingson, “Situations, Norms, and Values"

10.30Coffee

Foundations 2

11.00Stefansson, “Belief revision for growing awareness"

11.30Angner, “What Preferences Really Are"

12.00Lunch 

Normative theory

13.00Algander & Reisner, “Prioritarianism and single-person cases"

13.30Hansson, “Pareto efficiency revisited"

14.00Ingelstrom, “Well Being and Context Dependence"

14.30Coffee

Methodology

15.00Dreber, “Reproducibility in science"

15.30Grüne-Yanoff, “A Critique of Rodrik’s Modelling Methodology"

16.00Final discussion

16.30End

Venue

KTH, in the conference room at Teknikringen 74D, 4tr.

The door is code-protected, and there will be someone letting people in in the morning. For other times, please ring Sarah Borgvall (08 790 64 09) once you are in front of the door.

Registration

The workshop is free and open to all, but all participants are asked to register via email to gryne@kth.se.

Abstracts

 Abstracts - 1st Stockholm Region Workshop on Economics and Philosophy (1104 Kb)  (updated)

Organizers

Erik Angner, SU
Till Grüne-Yanoff, KTH
Sven-Ove Hansson, KTH