Boudewijn de Bruin is professor of financial ethics. His research interests include virtue epistemology, epistemic justice, business ethics, empirical methods in philosophy. He co-directs, with Alex Oliver (Cambridge), a project on trust in banking, and, with Miranda Fricker (CUNY, Sheffield), a project on epistemic justice in finance and medicine.
Justin Bruner is an assistant professor in Theoretical Philosophy. His interests are in social contract theory, social choice theory and the theory of social norms and conventions. His research is informed by empirical and mathematical tools from the social sciences.
Marijke Leliveld is an assistant professor on ethics in economic decision-making. As a behavioral scientist she studies why people engage in charity donations, cause-related marketing campaigns, and other forms of prosocial or fairness related behavior.
Chiara Lisciandra is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the Faculty of Economics and Business in Groningen. Her primary interests are philosophy of science, philosophy of economics and moral psychology. In her research, she combines formal models and experimental analysis in order to investigate the nature and dynamics of social norms.
Jan-Willem Romeijn is professor of Philosophy of Science. His research interests include decision theory, statistical inference, social epistemology and the methodology of the social sciences, in particular where those sciences interface with policy making.
Andreas T. Schmidt is Assistant Professor of Political Theory at the Faculty of Philosophy. His work is in political theory, ethics and the philosophy of public policy, particularly theories of freedom, health policy, consequentialism, distributive justice and animal ethics.
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