Colleagues are very welcome at the following events hosted by CHESS and K4U (ERC project) this academic year
DEMOCRASCI – The Value-Free Ideal in Economics Workshop
This is a joint workshop between two projects: Democracy in Science (DEMOCRASCI) and ‘The Value-Free Ideal in Economics’.
Organised by Julian Reiss (CHESS) and Stéphanie Ruphy (University of Grenoble)
This is a joint workshop between the BA-funded project ‘The Value-Free Ideal in Economics’ (CHESS/Durham) and the ANR-funded DEMOCRASCI (Grenoble). The general aim of the project DEMOCRASCI is to map out the principles of a democratised governance of science and explore its possible practical forms, based on a properly contextualised view of the value and aims of science in our democratic societies. ‘The Value-Free Ideal’ brings together researchers from the UK and Taiwan to investigate the practicability and desirability of value-freedom for economic science.
Thursday 3rd December 2015
11:00-12:15 William Rehg (St Louis University) Confidence in the IPCC: A Contextualist Analysis
12:15-12:45 Erin Nash (Durham) The Entanglement of Epistemology and Ethics: A Justice-Based Reason to Defer to Scientific Expertise
1:45-3:00 Kristina Rolin (Helsinki) The politics of epistemic responsibility
3:00-3:30 Osman Dede (EUR) Evidential Contextualism and Douglas’s Detached Objectivity
3:30-4:00 Tea Break
4:00-4:30 Baptiste Bedessem (University of Grenoble) Serendipity: An Argument for Scientific Freedom?
4:30-5:30 Vincent Guillin (UQAM) The Normative Structure of Science and the Moral Regulation of Scientists: Sociological Analysis and Institutional Polemics in Auguste Comte
Friday 4th December 2015
9:30-10:45 Stephen John (Cambridge) Wishful Speaking
10:45-11:45 Hsiang-Ke Chao (National Tsing-Hua University) Models and Objectivity
11:45-12:00 Tea Break
12:00-13:15 David Colander (Middlebury College) Making Sense of Economist’s Positive-Normative Distinction
14:15-15:30 Conrad Heilmann (EUR) Value-Free Time Discounting
15:30-16:00 Tea Break
16:00-17:00 Hsien-I Chiu (National Tsing-Hua University) Confirmation of Climate Models
All welcome and refreshments provided
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