Jason Alexander (Philosophy, LSE) works in evolutionary game theory, the conceptual foundations of decision theory, and philosophy of the social sciences.
Nick Baigent (Economics, Graz and Philosophy, LSE) is interested in individual and social choice theory and is currently working on Expressive and Identity based choice, and violent conflict.
Luc Bovens (Philosophy, LSE) works on the philosophy of public policy and on Bayesian epistemology. Recently, he has been researching responsibility-sharing in EU Asylum Policies.
Richard Bradley (Philosophy, LSE) specializes in decision theory and hypothetical reasoning. He is currently writing a book entitled "Decision Theory with a Human Face".
Christian List (Government and Philosophy, LSE) works on group decision-making, especially the theory of judgement aggregation, group deliberation and group agency.
Mike Otsuka (Philosophy, LSE) is interested in the morality of imposing risks, harming, and saving from harm; prioritarianism, egalitarianism, and the separateness of persons; and moral dilemmas and moral luck.
Kai Spiekermann (Government, LSE) works on normative and positive questions in political philosophy and social choice theory. He specializes in agent-based modeling.
Katie Steele (Philosophy, LSE) specializes in decision theory and philosophy of statistics. Recently, she has been working on evidence in relation to climate change.
Alex Voorhoeve (Philosophy, LSE) works on moral decision making and equality. His book "Conversations on Ethics" appeared with Oxford University Press in 2009.
Gabriel Wollner (Philosophy, LSE) is interested in political philosophy and ethics, and the application of these inquiries to various issues in public policy.
Goreti Faria: rational and social choice theory, game theory.
Johannes Himmelreich: collective behaviour and intentionality; philosophy of mind and action.
Alexandru Marcoci: decision theory and formal epistemology.
Silvia Milano: rational choice theory, individual and group agency.
Mantas Radzvilas: (evolutionary) game theory, decision theory and philosophy of economics.
Hlynur Orri Stefánsson: decision theory and formal epistemology, counterfactuals, philosophy of science and economics, and moral philosophy.
Stuart Theobald: philosophical problems in finance theory, including probability, performativity and social ontology.
Choice Group Associates
The LSE Choice Group comprises philosophers, political scientists and economists with a shared interest in rational decision-making and the application of rational choice theory to questions both in philosophy and in the social sciences.