I am a PhD student at the Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. My research broadly focuses on the epistemology of modelling and of economic modelling in particular. I currently teach the Philosophy of the Social Sciences master course at the University of Amsterdam and the Philosophy of Economics course at the Hague University of Applied Sciences. I am also editor at the Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, an international peer reviewed open access journal that publishes research and content at the intersection of philosophy and economics.
PhD in Philosophy, In progress
MA, Research Master Philosophy and Economics, 2013
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Certificate, Economics, 2009
BA, Philosophy, 2009
October 12, 2017, What to make of highly unrealistic models?
September 6, 2017, EPSA17
March 24, 2017, EIPE 20th Anniversary Conference
December 10, 2016, OZSW 2016 Conference
June 16, 2016, 3rd International Conference Economic Philosophy
May 18, 2016, Models and Simulations 7
November 22, 2015, XII. Conference of the International Network for Economic Method