The rich legacy of EUR economist Jan Tinbergen needs updating. Besides a Nobel Prize in economics, having founded Dutch and international organisations, being active in policymaking and economic development, and having published influential works especially on econometrics, there is also this: Tinbergen has formulated the “no envy” fairness principle already in 1930, decades earlier than previously … Read more
In their article ‘Liberal political equality implies proportional representation’, which was published in Social Choice and Welfare 33(4):617–627 in 2009, Eliora van der Hout and Anthony J. McGann claim that any seat-allocation rule that satisfies certain ‘Liberal axioms’ produces results essentially equivalent to proportional representation. We show that their claim and its proof are wanting. Firstly, the … Read more
In collaboration with C. Heilmann and M. Vergara-Fernandez, Marta Szymanowska gave a talk on “Testing Concerns About Financial Economics” at the International Network for Economic Method in November 2021
Caglar Dede will defend his PhD on December 8 at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam at 3.30 PM.
The public defence will take place on November 18 at the Senate Hall, 1st floor Erasmus Building, location campus Woudestein. The ceremony will begin exactly at 10.30 AM.
In collaboration with C. Heilmann and M. Szymanowska, Melissa Vergara-Fernándes presented on the “Model Diversity in Financial Economics” at the European Philosophy of Science Association in September 2021
Conrad Heilmann gave a talk on “Testing Concerns About Financial Economics” together with M. Vergara-Fernández and M. Szymanowska at the British Society for the Philosophy of the Science in July 2021.
In collaboration with C. Heilmann and M. Szymanowska, Melissa Vergara-Fernándes presented on the “Model Diversity in Financial Economics” at the British Society for the Philosophy of Science in July 2021