|Event date||March 16, 2016 - March 17, 2016|
|Submission deadline||January 04, 2016|
|Location||London School of Economics and Political Science, UK|
|Host(s)||Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method|
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Explanation, Normativity, and Uncertainty in Economic Modelling
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Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
London School of Economics and Political Science
16 – 17 March, 2016
An interdisciplinary conference on the potentials and limitations of economic modelling in relation to the following three questions:
- Do economic models explain real-life socio-economic phenomena despite their idealized assumptions?
- Are results derived with the help of decision theoretic and game theoretic models descriptive or normative in nature? Can they be both?
- Do state of the art economic models capture the uncertainties we face in economic decision and policy making?
Submissions are invited from graduate students and early career researchers (up to two years since the award of their PhD) on any of the above three questions.
Anna Alexandrova (University of Cambridge) ▪ Richard Bradley (London School of Economics) ▪ Wouter den Haan (London School of Economics) ▪ Kevin Hoover (Duke University) ▪ Caterina Marchionni (University of Helsinki) ▪ Robert Northcott (Birkbeck) ▪ Robert Sugden (University of East Anglia) ▪ Philipp Wichardt(University of Rostock)
Submissions deadline: 4 January, 2016Notification of Acceptance: 1 February, 2016Conference: 16-17 March, 2016
Authors of accepted papers will have 20 minutes to present their work followed by 10 minutes for discussion.
Jason Alexander ▪ Anna Alexandrova ▪ Philippe van Basshuysen ▪ Richard Bradley ▪ Kamilla Haworth Buchter ▪ Goreti Faria ▪ Roman Frigg ▪ Conrad Heilmann ▪ Jurgis Karpus ▪ Alex Marcoci ▪ Caterina Marchionni ▪ James Nguyen ▪ Mantas Radzvilas ▪ H. Orri Stefánsson ▪ Aron Valinder ▪ Alex Vorhooeve ▪ Philipp Wichardt ▪ Nicolas Wüthrich
Travel grants of up to GBP 100 will be available to authors of accepted papers unable to secure full travel funding from their home institution.
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