Philosophy

    The concept of homo economicus, a being that simply maximizes utility under constraint, is rooted in a value system that may not, in fact, be universal. Our scholars are exploring the role of philosophy in understanding and forming the underlying assumptions of the neoclassical economic model.

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    At Sea Without an Anchor

    A presentation from The Economics of Post-Factual Democracy, the first annual conference of The Center for Information and Bubble Studies (CIBS) at The University of Copenhagen Read more

    What Are the Moral Limits of Markets?

    Apr 10, 2014 | 03:15—05:00

    YSI @ ALAHPE 2017

    Nov 28, 2017