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.
Write a PhD thesis on fairness, based at EIPE and ESPhil – the ad for the fully funded PhD position can be found here.
A short text on the very idea of fairness as proportional satisfaction of claims appeared (in Dutch) in the Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte: S. Wintein & C. Heilmann (2020). Eerlijkheid: het proportionele-claims idee. Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte, 112 (4), 494-498.
The conference on “Doing Science in a Pluralistic Society” will bring together leading philosophers of science who work on values, including Heather Douglas, Wendy Parker, Hugh Lacey, Kevin Elliott, and many more. The “Values in Finance” project of the Erasmus Initiative “Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity” will contribute a talk on “Sustainability in Finance” – joint … Read more
Stefan Wintein and I have published a small tribute (“Kleine Ode”) to Aristoteles on the Dutch philosophy blog Bij Nader Inzien.
In a blogpost on Bij Nader Inzien, we ask the question “what is fairness?”, give a very short introduction to Broome’s account of fairness as proportionality to claims but also mention some problems with the concept of claims. S. Wintein & H.C.K. Heilmann (2020). Ode: Fairness. Blogpost on Bij Nader Inzien, April 2020.
Jan Tinbergen has contributed to economics and policy-making in many different ways. But what kind of a thinker was he? Are there unifying philosophical commitments to the different aspects of his work? This project, supported by ESPhil, EIPE, ESE, Erasmus Initiative “Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity” and the Erasmus Trustfunds, will investigate these questions and showcase … Read more
Check out my review of Time Biases: A Theory of Rational Planning and Personal Persistence, by Meghan Sullivan. Oxford University Press, 2018 in Economics and Philosophy.
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.
Francesco Guala interviewed several philosophers of economics: Anna Alexandrova, Erik Angner, Richard Bradley, Till Grüne-Yanoff, Jaakko Kuorikoski, David Teira, and myself. In my interview, I address questions such as: Is the distinction between normative and positive economics still useful? Can economic theory tell us how to behave? Why is economic measurement an interesting topic for … Read more