Current Visitors

BruceCaldwell

Bruce Caldwell|

Bruce Caldwell is a Research Professor of Economics and the Director of the Center for the History of Political Economy at Duke University, USA. He is the General Editor of the book series, The Collected Works of F. A. Hayek, and the author of Hayek's Challenge: An Intellectual Biography of F. A. Hayek. While at LSE he will hold the Ludwig M. Lachmann Research Fellowship in Austrian Economics.

Dates of visit:  09/10/2012 – 31/08/2015

Email: bruce.caldwell@duke.edu|

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Greta Favara

I am a third year PhD student in Political Studies at the Graduate School in Social and Political Sciences of the University of Milan. I received a MA in Philosophy from the San Raffaele University (Milan) where I am currently a member of CeSEP – Centre for Public Ethics Studies. I am writing about the practicability requirements that normative political theories ought to satisfy.

Dates of visit: January - July 2015

Email: greta.favara@unimi.it

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Josafat Hernandez

Josafat is a Mexican economist graduated from the Faculty of Economics at UNAM, where he completed a Master’s degree in History of Economic Thought and taught as an assistant professor in the courses of Political Economy and State and society in the era of globalization. During his Master’s degree on Philosophy of Science, he did a research stay in the Department of Philosophy and Logic of Science at UNED, Madrid, Spain. In 2013 his thesis on the differences between mainstream economics and bounded rationality obtained an honorific mention at UNAM. Currently he is a PhD student in this Postgraduate Program. He has attended the Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality in June 2014, hosted by the Max Planck Institute, in Berlin.

Dates of visit: January - March 2015

Email: josafativan.hernandez@gmail.com

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Hykel Hosni|

Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy

Dates of visit:  02/02/2012 – 14/12/2015

Email: H.Hosni@lse.ac.uk|

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 Alexander Krauss

Alexander is a visiting research fellow at CPNSS. He also teaches at the University College London. His postdoc research focuses largely on questions of epistemology, the philosophy of science and the limitations of science. He has a Bachelor's in Philosophy , a Master's in Philosophy, as well as in Political Science, and a PhD in Development Economics.

Dates of visit: January - December 2015

Email: A.Krauss@ucl.ac.uk 

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Deborah G. Mayo|

Professor of Philosophy at Virginia Tech University.

Dates of visit: 01/05/2013 - 30/04/2016

Email: mayod@vt.edu|

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Heinrich Nax

Heinrich Nax

A social choice student turned evolutionary game theorist turned experimentalist turned social choice theorist. Educated at LSE, Oxford, PSE and JHU. Currentl at ETH.

Dates of Visit: Dec 2014 - Dec 2015

Email: heinrich.nax@gess.ethz.ch 

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Deren Olgun

I am a PhD student at the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific method at LSE. I have an MA in Philosophy and Economics from Erasmus University, Rotterdam, and a BA in Economics from Cambridge University.

Dates of visit: January - March 2015

Email: d.c.olgun@lse.ac.uk

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Stefan Schubert

Swedish Research Council.

Dates of visit: 09/01/2013 - Dec. 2015

Email: schubers@lse.ac.uk  |

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Orri Stefansson

Hlynur Orri Stefansson

After finishing a bachelors degree from the University of Iceland in 2008, I did an MSc degree in Philosophy and Public Policy at the LSE, and subsequently an MPhil/PhD in Philosophy, also from the LSE. I defended my PhD these, called "Decision theory and counterfactual evaluations", in May 2014. since March 2014 I have been a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at College D'etudes Mondiales in Paris, where I am associated with Marc Fleurbaey's Chair on Welfare Economics and Social Justice and the Franco-Swedish Program in Philosophy and Economics.

Dates of visit: September 2014 - July 2015

Email: hlynur.orri@gmail.com|

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Christopher Thompson

Temporary Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Cambridge

Dates of visit: 16/10/2012 - 01/07/2014

Email: c.j.thompson@lse.ac.uk|

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Na Wang

Na Wang is Associate Professor of Philosophy in the School of Humanities & Social Sciences at Beihang University. She is Deputy Director of Youth Work Committee of The Chinese Society for Dialectics of Nature/Philosophy of Nature, Science and Technology (from 2012).

She holds a PhD in Philosophy of Science from Tsinghua University, China and B.A in Philosophy from Beijing Normal University, China. Her research interests lie in general philosophy of science and Feminist Philosophy of Science, and she has published papers on contextuality of knowledge, contexts of discovery and justification, contextual empiricism. Her current work focuses on contexts of discovery and justification, disunity of scientifics theory and practice.

Dates of visit: September 2014 - September 2015

Email: wangna@buaa.edu.cn|

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JWigglesworth

John Wigglesworth

I received a PhD in Philosophy from the Graduate Centre, City University of New York. My main research areas include metaphysics, philosophical and mathematical logic, and the philosophy of science and mathematics.

Dates of visit: August 2014 - August 2015

Email: J.Wigglesworth@lse.ac.uk|

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Adrian Wuethrich

Adrian is a research and teaching associate in history of science at the Technical University Berlin. His visit to the CPNSS is supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation. He received his PhD in History and Philosophy of Science in 2009 from the University of Bern. He is the author of the Genesis of Feynman Diagrams (2010) and articles on locality and causality principles in the derivation of Bell's inequality
 
Dates of Visit: October 2014 - March 2015

Email: adrian.wuethrich@tu-berlin.de

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