Professor of Practical Philosophy
Erik Angner is a professor of practical philosophy at Stockholm University, Sweden. He holds a Ph.D. in the history and philosophy of science and in economics from the University of Pittsburgh, USA. His research seeks to address the question "how should people live?" from an interdisciplinary perspective. Pursuant to this, he has focused on the nature of rationality, questions concerning well-being, and behavioural economics. For more information, visit his website.
Professor of Economic Education
University of Bristol
Alvin Birdi is a professor of economic education at the University of Bristol, UK. He holds a D.Phil from the University of Sussex, UK. One of his major research interests is the nature of economic pluralism and its role in economic education. He has also written on the state of economic pedagogy as well as the general public's understanding of economic thought. He is the director of the Economic Network. For more information, visit his website.
Associate Professor of History of Economics
CNRS & THEMA, University of Cergy Pontoise
Beatrice Cherrier is an associate professor of history of economics at the University of Cergy Pontoise, France. She holds a Ph.D. in history of economics from Paris Nanterre University, France. She currently researches the rise of applied economics from the 1960s onwards. In addition, she has researched the rise of urban economics, the emergence of modern public economics, and macroeconometric modeling. For more information, visit her website.
Professor of Economics & Philosophy
Kevin Hoover is a professor of economics and philosophy at Duke University, USA, and a Senior Fellow at the Center for the History of Political Economy, USA. He holds a D.Phil in economics from the University of Oxford, UK. He has published on a wide range of topics in both article and book form. His research interests span the philosophy and history of economics, causation, macroeconomics, and C.S. Peirce. For more information, visit his website.
The Max Planck Institute for Human Development
Shabnam Mousavi is a Fellow at The Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany. She holds a Ph.D. in economics and a Ph.D. in statistics from Virginia Technical Institute, USA. Her research interests include decision making processes used in daily life, the nature of wisdom, and behavioral economics. She is a Network Member of the University of Chicago Wisdom Project and the president of the Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics. For more information, visit her website.
Professor of Experimental & Behavioural Economics
University of New South Wales
Andreas Ortmann is a professor of experimental and behavioural economics at the University of New South Wales, Australia. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Texas A&M University, USA. His research focuses on experimental and behavioral economics, experimentation in the social sciences more generally, economic methodology, the history of economic thought, game theory, and corporate finance. He is a visiting Senior Researcher at the Economics Institute of the Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic. For more information, visit his website or his Google scholar page.
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Institut Jean Nicod
Gloria Origgi is a Tenured Researcher at the National Centre for Scientific Research Institut Jean Nicod, France. She holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Milano, Italy. Her research focuses in part on epistemology and is particularly interested in how social features like reputation interact with new technologies. She is the founder and has editorial responsibility of interdisciplines, a website that fosters interdisciplinary virtual conferences. For more information, visit her website.
Professor and Head of the School of Sociology, Philosophy, Criminology, Government and Politics - University College Cork; Professor at the School of Economics - University of Cape Town; Program Director for Methodology at the Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk - Georgia State University
Don Ross is a professor of philosophy at University College Cork, Ireland, a professor of economics at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and the program director for methodology at the Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk, USA. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Western Ontario, Canada. His research interests include philosophy and methodology of economics, the experimental economics of addiction, and scientific metaphysics. He has served as Chair of the Executive Board of the International Network of Economic Methodology. For more information, visit his website.