Alexander Krauss

Alexander is a Visiting Research Fellow at CPNSS. He also teaches at the University College London. His postdoc research focuses largely on the limits of science and scientific methodology. 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 2015 – June 2018

Project Description:  My research largely explores the limits of science in identifying causal relationships and scientific laws. I do this by integrating methods and perspectives from a range of disciplines including the philosophy of science, mathematical and statistical methods, and a number of fields across the sciences. A central area of research while with CPNSS is to outline the set of foundational assumptions and limitations we face in identifying causal relationships.