dr. (Conrad) HCK Heilmann

Biography

Conrad Heilmann is an associate professor of philosophy at Erasmus School of Philosophy, a co-director of the Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics (EIPE), and a member of the core team of the Erasmus Initiative  "Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity".

Conrad Heilmann does research in philosophy of economics, in particular on fairness, behavioural economics, discounting, and measurement. He also has broader interests in the philosophy of science and social science as well as social and moral philosophy. 

Conrad Heilmann holds a PhD in philosophy from the London School of Economics (LSE), where he worked with  Richard Bradley, Katie Steele, and Franz Dietrich. Before, he obtained degrees in economics (Hamburg), Political Science (IEP Lille), and Philosophy of Social Science (LSE).

Conrad Heilmann is a Research Associate with the LSE Choice Group and the LSE Centre for the Philosophy of Natural and Social Science (CPNSS).

Erasmus School of Philosophy

Associate professor | WP ESPhil
Email
heilmann@esphil.eur.nl
Room
J5-41
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

Work

  • Conrad Heilmann (13 March 2017) - Rotterdamse hoogleraren: Ga stemmen

  • Conrad Heilmann (2019) - How to be fair: what philosophers and economists can learn from each other
  • Conrad Heilmann (2019) - Modelling and Measuring Fairness
  • Conrad Heilmann (2019) - Managing the Refugee crisis: Who has a duty to assist? What is fair?
  • Conrad Heilmann & Sarah Mohaupt (2018) - Two Cheers for Randomised Controlled Trials
  • Conrad Heilmann & Stefan Wintein (2018) - Fairness and Healthcare
  • Stefan Wintein & Conrad Heilmann (2017) - Aggregation and Theories of Fairness
  • Stefan Wintein & Conrad Heilmann (2017) - Fair Division and Beyond
  • Conrad Heilmann & Stefan Wintein (2017) - Fair Games
  • Stefan Wintein & Conrad Heilmann (2017) - Solving a Dilemma for Broomean Theories of Fairness
  • Conrad Heilmann (2016) - Evidence in Action

Cambridge University Press

Start date approval
March 2023
End date approval
December 2025
Place
CAMBRIDGE
Description
Editor book reviews, "Economics & Philosophy"

Economics of Climate Change

Year
2023
Course Code
FW-REMA21

Year
2023
Course Code
FW-REMA12

The Philosophy and Economics of Climate

Year
2023
Course Code
FEM11218

Rationality and Choice

Level
Master 1
Year Level
Master 1
Year
2023
Course Code
FW-REMA02

Developing Argumentative Writing

Year
2023
Course Code
BPTPHD2103

Level
Master 1
Year Level
Master 1
Year
2023
Course Code
FW-AFS4200

Academic Skills

Level
Master 1
Year Level
Master 1
Year
2023
Course Code
FW-REMA010

Philosophy of Science I

Year
2023
Course Code
BPTPHD1201

Second Degree Thesis

Level
Bachelor 3
Year Level
Bachelor 3
Year
2023
Course Code
FW-DD3197

Level
Bachelor 3
Year Level
Bachelor 3
Year
2023
Course Code
FW-AFS3201

News regarding dr. (Conrad) HCK Heilmann

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No envy: a Nobel economist as a forerunner on fairness

Jan Tinbergen and the no envy principle: a new discovery
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‘Doing Science in a Pluralistic Society’ conference: What role does sustainability play in finance research?

Which roles should democratic values play in science? At a recent international conference, key philosophers debated this question.

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