I am a Philosopher of Science. As part of the working group on Scientific Assessments, Ethics and Public Policy at the MCC and a member of the Rivet Project, I currently focuse on developing a deliberative approach to the integration of diverse values in model-based climate economics in order to improve decision-making at the science-policy interface.
Before joining the MCC, I was a PhD candidate in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Cambridge, where I wrote a thesis on different interpretations of fundamental concepts in choice- and game theory. You can read a summary of my PhD thesis here.
More generally, my work focuses on economic methodology, the intersection between economics and cognitive science, and the normativity of the behavioral sciences.
What unifies these interests is a desire to better understand what it means to make justified decisions in complex scenarios and what this implies for how we should live together.
If you are interested in what I am doing, you can find more detailed descriptions of my work in the research section. Here is a copy of my CV. And over there is a list of some past and upcoming talks of mine.
Joe Roussos, Marcel Jahn and I were also recently interviewed by the Philosophy Exchange Podcast on the topic of "Normative Models." Here you can listen to the interview: Part 1 & Part 2