A selection of the talks I've given at academic conferences.

  • “On the Goals of Economics: Past and Future”. VI ALAHPE Conference, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia. November 2017 (abstract submitted)

  • “Macroeconomic Models, Context, and History”. Workshop What to Make of Highly Unrealistic Models?, TINT, University of Helsinki, Finland. October 2017 (abstract submitted)

  • “What do Philosophical Theories Say about Model Failure?”. XIII INEM Conference, University of the Basque Country, Donostia, Spain. August 2017 (abstract submitted).

  • “What’s the Use of Philosophical Theories of Models?”. EIPE20 Conference. Erasmus University Rotterdam. The Netherlands. March, 2017 (abstract submitted).

  • “What do Philosophical Theories of Models Say about Model Failure?”. Economics in a Post-factual Democracy Conference. Centre for Information and Bubble Studies, University of Copenhagen. Denmark. February 2017 (abstract submitted)

  • “More Models”. Models and Simulations 7. University of Barcelona. Spain. April 2016 (abstract submitted)

  • “More Models”. XII INEM Conference, University of Cape Town, South Africa. November 2015 (abstract submitted)

  • “Bridging the Gap between Philosophers, Economists, and Economic Practitioners” YSI-INET Pre-conference workshop. INET annual conference Liberté, Égalité, Fragilité. OECD, Paris, France. April 2015 (invited).

  • “The Relevance of Philosophy for Social Science and Policy”. OZSW Winter School Philosophy, Policy and Social Science. Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands. December 2014 (invited).

  • “Economic Explanations: Towards a Shift in the Unit of Analysis”. Seminario CEDE. Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia. November 2014. (invited)

  • “Economic Explanations come from Clusters, not from Models”. Symposium on interdisciplinary explanations in economics. PSA Biannual meeting, Chicago, Ill., USA. November 2014 (abstract submitted)

  • “The Future of the Philosophy of Economics”. Panel Discussion XI INEM Conference, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands. June 2013 (invited)

  • “Model Inconsistency in Economics”. XI INEM Conference, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands. June 2013 (abstract submitted)

  • “Dealing with Inconsistency in Theories and Models”. Graduate conference, University of Groningen, The Netherlands. April 2013 (abstract submitted)

  • “On the Evidential and Heuristic Roles of Models”. Models and Simulations 5, University of Helsinki, Finland. June 2012 (abstract submitted)

  • “Towards More Rationalised Criticisms”. IX INEM Conference, University of Helsinki, Finland. September 2011 (abstract submitted)


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