EIPE Ph.D. Seminars

General information

Research Masters students will familiarize themselves with the kind of research they would be expected to carry out as Ph.D. students and the process of presenting research papers and providing comments in the formal context of a research seminar.

Research master students are obliged to attend the bi-weekly Ph.D. seminars of the Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics (EIPE) in which other, more advanced second-year research master students and Ph.D. students present their work.

Occasionally they are also required to prepare formal critical comments on presentations. Students are also obliged to attend the bi-weekly EIPE research seminars.

EIPE Ph.D. Student Seminars 2019 Spring

Feb 4 – Mandeville T3-14 
17:00-18:00
Annikka Lemmens: “A Taxonomy of Pseudo Submissions”

March 4 – Mandeville T3-13           
17:00-18:30
Hester Bartelsman: “A Liberal Egalitarian Appeal for Safe-Guarding the Political Rights of ‘Modern Minorities’.”
Vaios Koliofotis: "Human Sociality and Emotional Signals"
Chair: Annalisa Costella

March 11 – Mandeville T3-13         
17:00-18:30
Hidde Witteveen: “Drivers of Socio-Economic Inequality”
Vincent Schuttevaar: “Deliberative Democracy: How Effective Is Deliberation?”

April 1 – Polak Y3-22                      
17:00-18:30
EJPE

April 8 – Mandeville T3-14             
17:00-18:00
Mans Abrahamson: “Unsocial Credits of Social Credits: Ethical Implications of Crowding Out in China’s Social Credit System.”

April 15 – Mandeville T3-14
17:00-18:00Merve Burnazoglu: “Built-in Normativity in Tailoring Identity: The Case of the EU Skills Profile Tool for Integrating Refugees”

May 6 –                     
17:00-18:00
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May 20 – Mandeville T3-14 
17:00-18:30
Carys Goodwin: “Social Justice for the Social Elite: An Exploration into the Exclusionary Undertones of Social Contract Theory”
Flavia Nuta: “Companies: Can They Act as Good Corporate Citizens?”

June 3 – Mandeville T3-13              
17:00-18:30
Jard van Heerde: “The Dutch Pension System: Too Paternalistic?”
Annalisa Costella: "Epistemic Game Theory Meets Social Contract Theories"

Previous Seminars

Schedule and information

 
Ph.D. Seminar autumn 2018Download
Ph.D. Seminar spring 2018Download
Ph.D. Seminar autumn 2017Download
Ph.D. Seminars spring 2017Download
Ph.D. Seminars spring 2016Download
Ph.D. Seminars autumn 2015Download
Ph.D. Seminars spring 2015Download
Ph.D. Seminars autumn 2014Download
Ph.D. Seminars spring 2014Download
Ph.D. Seminars autumn 2013Download
Ph.D. Seminars spring 2013Download
Ph.D. Seminars autumn 2012Download
Ph.D. Seminars spring 2012Download
Ph.D. Seminars spring 2011Download
Ph.D. Seminars autumn 2010Download
Ph.D. Seminars spring 2010Download
Ph.D. Seminars 2009Download
Ph.D. Seminars 2007Download
Ph.D. Seminars 2006Download
Ph.D. Seminars 2004-2005Download
Ph.D. Seminars 2002-2003Download
Ph.D. Seminars 2001-2002Download

Contact

If you have questions, comments or suggestions about the seminars, please send an e-mail to:
Anne Albert van Galiën, e-mail: 386151ag@student.eur.nl.

About EIPE

It is critically important that work in political philosophy be informed by work in the empirical social sciences, including economics. At the same time, work in economics inevitably raises a number of important philosophical questions, including questions of ethics. There are few places where such interdisciplinary research takes place and fewer still which train students to draw out the connections between philosophy and economics. EIPE is a welcome outlier, a place where inter-disciplinary conversations and research thrives. It was a pleasure to present my work to such a stimulating group of scholars.
Debra Satz
Marta Sutton Weeks Professor of Ethics in Society, Professor of Philosophy, Stanford University