(Savriel) S Dillingh


Savriël Dillingh is a PhD-candidate at the Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. He studied Applied Ethics, specializing in Business Ethics and Economic Ethics, at Utrecht University (MA, cum laude), with a thesis on when and in what ways authority is justified within the firm. Before joining the InAF project, he consulted for the World Wide Fund for Nature and taught medical ethics at the Erasmus Medical Centre.

Savriël's research is primarily concentrated in the political philosophy of markets and business ethics. His project considers how social norms affect market- processes and institutions, and whether they can be justified with appeal to 'non-political' economic values like Pareto efficiency. For instance, in a recent article in the Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics (EJPE), Savriël discusses privatization and argues that the decision - to privatize or not to privatize - is inescapably political.

Savriël is also an editor for the Dutch philosophy blog 'Bij Nader Inzien'.

Erasmus School of Philosophy

PhD candidate | PhD ESPhil
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam


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