Constanze Binder is associate professor in Philosophy at the Erasmus School of Philosophy, co-director of the Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics (EIPE) and programme director of the Research Master programme in Philosophy and Economics. Constanze studied Economics and Environmental System Science at Graz University and obtained a PhD in Philosophy at the University of Groningen. She previously taught in the Philosophy Departments of Groningen and Leiden University, worked at the Economics Department of the University of Osnabrück, and contributed to projects for the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Environment and the Austrian Human Dimensions Program. Constanze’s research is on interface of philosophy and economics, with a particular focus on the analysis of freedom, responsibility and distributive justice in political philosophy and welfare economics, as well as on the ethics of individual and collective decision making in politics and economics.
N. Frantzeskaki, A. Dumitru, I. Anguelovski, F. Avelino, M. Bach, B. Best, C.B. Binder, J. Barnes, G. Carrus, M. Egermann, A. Haxeltine, M. Moore, R.G. Mira, D. Loorbach, D. Uzzell, I. Omann, P. Olsson, G. Silvestri, R. Stedman, J. Wittmayer, R. Durrant & F. Rauschmayer (2017). Elucidating the changing roles of civil society in urban sustainability transitions. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 22, 41-50. doi: 10.1016/j.cosust.2017.04.008
C.B. Binder (2014). Preferences and similarity between alternatives. Rationality, Markets and Morals, 5, 120-132.
C.B. Binder (2014). Plural Identities and Preference Formation. Social Choice and Welfare, 42, 959-976.
C.B. Binder (2019). Agency, Freedom and Choice. (Theory and Decision Library A: - Philosophy and Methodology of the Social Sciences). Dordrecht: Springer
C.B. Binder, H.C.K. Heilmann & J.J. Vromen (2016). The future of the Philosophy of Economics (Routledge Special Issues as Books Series). London and New York: Routledge
C.B. Binder, G. Codognato, M. Teschl & Y. Xu (2015). Individual and Collective Choice and Social Welfare - Essays in Honor of Nick Baigent. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag doi: 10.1007/978-3-662-46439-7
C.B. Binder & M. van Hees (2015). Moral Responsibility and Individual Choice. In C.B.. Binder, C. Heilmann & J.J. Vromen (Eds.), Individual and Collective Choice and Social Welfare - Essays in Honor of Nick Baigent’ (pp. 95-105). Berlin Heidelberg: Springer Verlag
C.B. Binder (2020, januari 31). How Much is Enough? Avenues towards Green Liberalism. Umea, Sweden, Workshop: Vici Reunion Modelling Freedom.
C.B. Binder (2019, september 19). Los derechos humanos como base para acción climática. Veracruz Mexico, Conferencia Internacional sobre Cambio Climático, Energía y Derechos Humanos de la Universidad de Veracruz y del Corte Soprema Mexicano.
C.B. Binder (2019, juli 2). Green Liberalism. Paris- Campus, University of Chicago, Economic Ethics Network Meeting.
C.B. Binder (2019, maart 7). A Capabilitarian Approach to Green Liberalism. The Center for Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy, KU Leuven, Workshop Foundational Issues of the Capability Approach.
C.B. Binder (2019, november 22). Walking a Mile in Your Shoes: an Escape from Arrovian Impossibilities. Reims France, Workshop: Social Justice in a Complex World.
C.B. Binder (2019, november 29). The Community of Advantage and Limits of the Market. Erasmus University Rotterdam, EVEN Symposium on "The Community of Advantage" by Robert Sugden.
C.B. Binder (2019, september 9). A Capabilitarian Approach to Green Liberalism. UCL London, International Conference of the Human Development and Capability Association.
C.B. Binder (2020-). Research Associate, Erasmus Initiative: Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity. Erasmus University Rotterdam.