In order to facilitate the interaction between economists and philosophers in the Stockholm region, SU and KTH Royal Institute of Technology are co-organizing an annual one-day workshop on October 12th.

Program

8:30 Coffee
9:00 Introductions
09:15

Valentin Goranko (Stockholm University)

“Rationality principles in pure coordination games”

09:45

Aaro Hazak (Tallinn Institute of Technology)

“Inherent individual differences and institutional efficiency”

10:15 Coffee
10:45

Anders Herlitz (Institute for Futures Studies)

“Classifying comparability problems in a way that matters”

11:15

Till Grüne-Yanoff (KTH Royal Institute of Philosophy)

“Are preferences represented by Cumulative Prospect Theory welfare relevant?”

11:45 Lunch
13:00

Maria Nordström (KTH Royal Institute of Philosophy)

“Time-specific rationality and separability of times”

13:30 Mats Ingelström “Hausman’s evidentialism”
14:00

Sven Ove Hansson (KTH Royal Institute of Philosophy)

“John Stuart Mill and the economic and psychological possibility of equality”

14:30 Coffee
15:00

Mariusz Maziarz (Wrocław University of Economics)

“Don't take the pill prescribed by economists!”

15:30

Erik Angner (Stockholm University)

“What is economics about?”

 

Venue

Gula villan, Stockholm University

Registration

The workshop is free and open to all, but registration is required via email to erik.angner@philosophy.su.se.

Organizers

Erik Angner, SU
Till Grüne-Yanoff, KTH