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.
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