Conferences

Upcoming EIPE Conferences

Date 

Conference

To be announced

 

Past EIPE Conferences

Date

Conference  (Dowload the summary of the conferences below)

6 February 2017EIPE/UU Ethics Institute Book Manuscript Symposium
22-24 March 2017EIPE 20th anniversary conference
(Visit the EIPE 20th anniversary conference here)
15-16 December 2016EIPE workshop on Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Social Science
11-13 July 2016INEM/CHESS/EIPE Summer School in Economics and Philosophy
3 June 2016

Dutch Social Choice Colloquium

10 May 2016

The Challenge from Climate Justice: Perspectives from Philosophy and Economics

11 March 2016Discounting the Future: Theory meets Policy
19 June 2015Human Rights: Theory Meets Practice
27 February 2015Ghent-Rotterdam-Tilburg Graduate Workshop in Philosophy
11-13 December 2014OZSW ReMa Winter School
21 November 2014Workshop 'New Trends in the Philosophy of Social Science'
6 June 2014300 Years Fable of the Bees Conference
30-31 May 2014Formal Ethics Conference
20 February 2014

EIPE-TiLPS Graduate Workshop in Philosophy of Science

7-8 November 2013Philip Kitcher in Rotterdam
13-15 June 2013INEM Conference
8 May 2012Workshop Social Mechanisms and Social Explanation
28 March 2012Mark Blaug Memorial Conference
1-2 February 2012Mini-course in Epistemic Game Theory
17 November 2011

Rotterdam-Tilburg Graduate Workshop in Philosophy of Science

30 June - 1 July 2010Symposium Amartya Sen
10-11 December 2010Economics made fun in the face of the economic crisis
6-8 October 2010Causalities in the Biomedical and Social Sciences
19-20 October 2009Philosophy of Medicine Roundtable
20-22 November 2008Neuroeconomics: Hype or Hope

About EIPE

 I attended a symposium at EIPE in June 2010 on philosophical work closely related to my own efforts. The conference facilitated the presentation of some cutting-edge research in the philosophy of justice particularly related to the social sciences and economics. Both in terms of the range of subjects covered and the quality of the papers presented, as well as the vigourous and productive nature of the discussions that followed the presentation of the papers, the symposium was a spectacular success.

Amartya Sen
Thomas W. Lamont University Professor and Professor of Economics and Philosophy, Harvard University