In collaboration with Melissa Vergara Fernández (Philosophy, EIPE) and Marta Szymanowska (Finance, RSM). We argue that financial economics should be characterized particularly by its focus on the use of models and by its performative nature. We suggest that the model-based and performative character of financial economics is: (1) visible in the history of its emergence … 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
We will present “Objective Fairness and its Two Dimensions” at the 15th Biennial Meeting of the International Network for Economic Method, held at Arizona State University, November 12-14, 2021.
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
Conrad Heilmann gave a talk on the ethical debate surrounding Artificial Intelligence at the Bachelor Honours Class of the Erasmus School of Economics on April, 2021.
Conrad Heilmann will give a seminar on the topic: “How to be fair: what philosophers and economists can learn from each other” at Wageningen University & Research on Tuesday December 17, 2019.
Conrad Heilmann talked about the fairness of day-fines at the international conference “Taking Wealth Seriously: European Practice with Day Fines” at Erasmus University Rotterdam on June 26, 2019.
The summer school on “Economic Behaviours: Models, Measurements, and Policies” will take place in the Lake Como School of Advanced Studies, June 30 – July 5, 2019. Conrad Heilmann will give a lecture on “Modelling and Measuring Fairness”.