Curriculum Vitae


Name
Vromen, Johannes Jacobus
Nationality
Dutch
Place of Birth
Heerlen, the Netherlands
Date of Birth
August 22, 1958
Office Address
Faculty of Philosophy
Erasmus University Rotterdam
PO Box 1738
3000 DR Rotterdam
The Netherlands

Phone: (+31)(0)10-4088970
Fax: (+31)(0)10-4089030
E-mail: vromen@fwb.eur.nl
Home Address
Vederwier 11
2318 AA Leiden
The Netherlands

Phone: (+31)(0)71-5225607

2006, November
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present
Full professor of Philosophy (Philosophy of Science and Methodology, especially with respect to Economics)
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Philosophy
2001, August
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2006, November
Associate Professor Theoretical Philosophy
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Philosophy
(0,9 fte)
1987, August
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2001, August
Assistant Professor philosophy of economics
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Philosophy
(0,8 fte)
1995, January
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1998, August
Assistant Professor philosophy of science and history of economic thinking
University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics and Econometrics
(0,2 fte)
1984, August
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1987, August
Scientific researcher
Tilburg University, Faculty of Philosophy
Project: 'Realisme als wetenschapseigen wetenschapsfilosofie' under supervision of Prof. dr. S. Silvers
1983, September
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1983, September
Student-assistant for project 'Stromingen in het economisch denken'
Free University Amsterdam
1979, August
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1982, August
Student-assistant of dr. F.J.M. van Doorne
Tilburg University

Ph.D in Economics (doctoraat Faculteit der Economische Wetenschappen en Econometrie)
University of Amsterdam, Degree conferred in 16 June 1994 (cum laude)
Thesis: Evolution and Efficiency. An inquiry into the foundations of 'new institutional economics' (supervisor: Prof. dr. N.B. de Marchi)
M.Sc in Economics (drs. in de economie)
Tilburg University, Degree conferred in August 1985 (cum laude)
M.Sc in Philosophy of Economics (drs. in de filosofie van de economie)
Tilburg University, Degree conferred in January 1984 (cum laude)

2003
Ludwig M. Lachmann Research Fellowship, the Faculty of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, London School of Economics (LSE) (May - July 2003)
1997
Research Award, Faculty of Economics and Econometrics, University of Amsterdam
1995
Research Prize, Erasmus University Rotterdam (for Ph.D Thesis)
1995
Gunnar Myrdal Prize (awarded by the 'European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy' for the best 'monograph' of 1994 for the book Evolution and Efficiency, October 1995, Krakow, Poland)
1993
NWO, short trip grant (September 1993) to the USA (UCLA, Los Angeles and Duke University, Durham, North-Carolina)
1984
Fulbright-Grant (July 1984) to study at The New School for Social Research, New York (not actually cashed due to insufficient additional financial resources)

2013, January
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present
Dean
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Philosophy
2006, January
-
present
Academic Director of EIPE (Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics)
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Philosophy
2004, December
-
2005, November
Member of the Board of Dutch 'Onderzoekschool Ethiek' (OZSE)
2001, December
-
present
Member of Management Team
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Philosophy
2001, October
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2012, December
Dean of International Affairs
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Philosophy
2001, March
-
present
Member Executive Board of International Network for Economic Methodology
2000, January
-
2001, August
Chairman of examination committee
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Philosophy
1998, November
-
2000, December
Chairman of 'Board'
Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics (EIPE)
1998, May
-
2001, August
Member of examination committee
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Philosophy
1997, September
-
present
Member of 'Board'
Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics (EIPE)
1994, September
-
1997, July
Vice-chairman of capacity group theoretical philosophy
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Philosophy
1993, October
-
1996, August
Member of 'Contact-commissie'
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Philosophy - Faculty of Social Sciences
1991, April
-
1997, August
Chairman of colloquium doctum committee
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Philosophy
1990, February
-
2000, January
Chairman of 'stembureau'
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Philosophy
1988, January
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1996, August
Secretary 'Contact-commissie'
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Philosophy - Faculty of Economics
1984, September
-
1986, September
Chairman of advisory committee of the 'Wetenschapswinkel'
KUB

2004, September
-
2005, June
Managementleergang �Academisch leiderschap� (offered by Bureau Eva Wiltingh BV via Erasmus University Rotterdam)

2012, 14 December
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guest lecture ('Altruism, Cooperation and Reciprocity') for Research Master students in Archeology (as part of course in Epistemology taught by Raymond Corbey)
2009, July
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2009, September 
Masterclass MeesPierson
Erasmus Academy in collaboration with Erasmus School of Economics (ESE), Erasmus University Rotterdam
2008, 22 October
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Masterclass 'Ontological Issues in Evolutionary Economics'
Urban and Regional Research Centre Utrecht (URU), section of Economic Geography, Faculty of Geosciences, University of Utrecht
2008, 21 August
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College 'Altruïsme, coöperatie en reciprociteit' in zomercursus 'Evolutie in de klas'
Brussel (Belgium)
2007, 30 July
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2007, 11 August 
Class 'Institutional Change' in Summer School 'The Economics of Innovative Change'
Jena Graduate School, Friedrich Schiller-Universität Jena (Germany)
2007, 16 July
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2007, 21 July 
25th Anniversary of Nelson and Winter's An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change
Graz (Austria)
2005, 12 September
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2005, 21 September 
Post-graduate STOREP Summer School in History of Political Economy (on 'The Historical Roots of Heterodox Economics')
Italian Association for the History of Political Economy, Bressanone/Brixen (Italy)
2003, 23 June
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2003, 27 June 
Lecture 'The Economics of Institutions - What has evolution got to do with it?' for CHIMES 2003 Summer School
Erasmus University Rotterdam
2002, 24 June
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2002, 28 June 
Lecture 'The Economics of Institutions - What has evolution got to do with it?' for CHIMES 2002 Summer School
Erasmus University Rotterdam
2001, 10 September
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2001, 15 September 
Lecture 'Institutional Economics'
Ecole Thématique CNRS en Philosophie Economique', Aix-en-Provence (France)
2001, 25 June
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2001, 1 July 
Lecture and workshop during the Summer school 'Evolving Institutions' for CHIMES 2001 Summer School
Erasmus University Rotterdam
2000, September
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present 
Course 'Ethical aspects of economics and of the economy', for MA Philosophy programme
Erasmus University Rotterdam
2000, 9 July
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2000, 13 July 
Presentation of paper 'Moral behaviour in evolutionary theorising: variations on a theme?' during Erasmus Summer School in Social Ontology
Erasmus University Rotterdam
1998, March
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present 
Post-doctoral course 'Foundations of Evolutionary and New Institutional Economics'
Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics (EIPE), Erasmus University Rotterdam
1999, 6 May
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1999, 8 May 
Class 'Evolutionary Theory and Social Constructionism in Social Theory' (together with Petri Ylikoski)
Faculty of Philosophy, Helsinki University (Finland)
1998, 12 January
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1998, 16 January 
An Evolutionary Account of Institutions (together with Jyrki Konkka), (Philosophy of Economics), Helsinki University
University of Amsterdam
1997, September
-
1997, December 
Course 'Bedrijf en ethiek' for students of economics (with drs. H. Maas)
1995, September
-
1997, August 
Course 'History of Economic Thought' (parts with prof. M. Morgan, dr. G. Reuten en dr. M. Boumans)
University of Amsterdam
1995, April
-
1997, August 
Course 'Wetenschapsleer economie', compulsory for first-year students of economics
University of Amsterdam
1994, 1 December
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Guest lecture 'Evolutionaire economie' at course 'Institutionele economie' of dr. J. de Beus
University of Amsterdam
1988, January
-
present 
Course 'Ethische aspecten van de economie', compulsory course for students of philosophy of economics (optional for students of economics)
Erasmus University Rotterdam
1987, September
-
present 
Course 'Inleiding in de Wijsbegeerte van de Economie' (later called 'Methodologie, Ethiek en Economie'), compulsory for (hundreds of) students of economics
Erasmus University Rotterdam
1986, September
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1988, December 
Course philosophy for students of humanities
University of Tilburg

1.
Economic Evolution. An Enquiry into the Foundations of 'New Institutional Economics'
London/New York: Routledge Publishers (in the series 'Economics as Social Theory', edited by Tony Lawson), 1995 (translated into Chinese: Economic Science Press, 2003)  Go to website
2003 
2.
Evolution and Efficiency. An inquiry into the foundations of 'new institutional economics'
Delft: Eburon, 1994 (Ph.D. Thesis)
1994 
3.
Maatschappelijke werkelijkheid en economische wetenschap. Filosofische analyses van een verstoorde relatie (with F.J.M. van Doorne, co-author)
Leuven/Amersfoort: Acco, 1988 (in Dutch)
1988 

1.
Economics Made Fun: Philosophy of the Pop-Economics (edited jointly with N. Emrah Aydinonat)
Routledge, July 2015.
2015 
2.
The Economics of Economists (edited jointly with Alessandro Lanteri)
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014
2014 
3.
The Social Institutions of Capitalism: Evolution and Design of Social Contracts (edited jointly with Hans van Oosterhout and Pursey Heugens)
Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2003 (contributors: Ken Binmore, Thomas Dunfee and Thomas Donaldson, David Campbell, Peter Vanderschraaf, Bart Nooteboom, Antoon Vandevelde and Theo van Willigenburg)  Go to website
2003 
4.
Institutions and the Evolution of Capitalism. Implications of Evolutionary Economics (edited jointly with John Groenewegen)
Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1999  Go to website
1999 
5.
Bedrijfseconomie: hoe bestaat het? Aanzetten tot een filosofische plaatsbepaling (edited jointly with H.W. Blom)
Leiden: Stenfert Kroese, 1991 (in Dutch)
1991 
6.
Interdisciplinariteit, wetenschap en beleid (edited jointly with F.J.M. van Doorne and J. van Wezel)
Leuven/Amersfoort: Acco, 1987 (in Dutch)
1987 

1.
Special issue 'Neuroeconomics: Hype or Hope?' (jointly with Caterina Marchionni)
Journal of Economic Methodology, 17(2) 2010.
2010 

1.
Neuroeconomics
in Oxford Handbooks Online in Philosophy, 2013.
 

1.
The Perils of Narrative Teaching in Economics, in Lanteri and Vromen (eds.)
The Economics of Economists, Cambridge University Press, 2014, pp. 256-284.
2014 
2.
Competition as an evolutionary process: Mark Blaug and evolutionary economics
in Marcel Boumans and Matthias Klaes (eds.), Mark Blaug: Rebel with Many Causes, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2013, 98-124.
2013 
3.
Finding the right levers: the serious side of 'economics made fun'
The Journal of Economic Methodology 19(3) Sept. 2012, 199-217.
2012 
4.
Ontological issues in evolutionary economics: The debate between Generalized Darwinism and the Continuity Hypothesis
in Uskali Mäki (ed.), Philosophy of Economics. Handbook of the Philosophy of Science (general editors: Dov M. Gabbay, Paul Thagard and John Woods), Amsterdam etc., Elsevier (North Holland), 2012, 737-763.
 
5.
Human Cooperation and Reciprocity
in Samir Okasha and Ken Binmore (eds.), Evolution and Rationality: Decisions, Cooperation and Strategic Behavior, Cambridge University Press, 2012, 158-184.
 
6.
Theoretical isolation and the dynamics of dispute: Going beyond Mäki's de- and re-isolation
in A. Lehtinen, J. Kuorikoski and P. Ylikoski (eds.), Economics for Real: Uskali Mäki and the Place of Truth in Economics, London: Routledge, 2012, 112-134.
 
7.
Allusions to evolution: Edifying evolutionary biology rather than economic theory
in Rob van Horn, Philip Mirowski, and Thomas Stapleford (eds.), Building Chicago Economics: New Perspectives on the History of America's Most Powerful Economics Program, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011, 208-236.
2011 
8.
Heterogeneous economic evolution: a different view on Darwinizing economics
in John B. Davis and D. Wade Hands (eds.), The Elgar Companion to Recent Economic Methodology, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2011, 341-371.
 
9.
Neuroeconomics: two camps gradually converging: what can economics gain from it?
International Review of Economics 58(3) 2011, 267-285  Go to website
 
10.
Routines as multi-level mechanisms
Journal of Institutional Economics, 7(2) 2011, 175-196  Go to website
 
11.
Micro-foundations in strategic management: Squaring Coleman's diagram
Erkenntnis, 73(3) 2010, 365-383 (special issue: Reduction and the Special Sciences, edited by Mark Colyvan and Stephan Hartmann)  Go to website
2010 
12.
Where economics and neuroscience might meet
Journal of Economic Methodology, 17(2) 2010, 171-183  Go to website
 
13.
Neuroeconomics: Hype or Hope (with Caterina Marchionni)
Journal of Economic Methodology, 17(2) 2010, 103-106 (introduction to special issue with the same title)  Go to website
 
14.
On the surprising finding that expected utility is literally computed in the brain
Journal of Economic Methodology, 17(1) 2010, 17-36  Go to website
 
15.
Friedman's selection argument revisited
in Uskali Mäki (ed.), The Methodology of Economics. Reflections on the Milton Friedman Legacy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009, 257-284  Go to website
2009 
16.
Advancing evolutionary explanations in economics: The limited usefulness of Tinbergen's four questions classification
in Harold Kincaid and Don Ross (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Economics, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, 337-368  Go to website
 
17.
The ultimate/proximate distinction in recent accounts of human cooperation (co-authored by Caterina Marchionni)
Tijdschrift voor Filosofie, 71(1) 2009, 87-117  Go to website
 
18.
The booming economics-made-fun genre: More than having fun, but less than economics imperialism
Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, 2(1) 2009, 70-99  Go to website
 
19.
Wat kunnen economen leren van evolutie?
TPEdigitaal, 3(4) 2009, 38-60  Go to website
 
20.
Routines, genes and program-based behaviour
in Ulrich Witt (ed.), Recent Developments in Evolutionary Economics, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 458-475 (reprint of my 2006 Journal of Evolutionary Economics paper)
2008 
21.
Conjectural revisionary ontology
in Edward Fullbrook (ed.), Ontology and Economics: Tony Lawson and his Critics, London: Routledge, 2008, 325-334  Go to website
 
22.
Ontological issues in evolutionary economics: The debate between generalized darwinism and the continuity hypothesis
Papers on Economics and Evolution #0805, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena, 2008  Go to website
 
23.
Generalized darwinism in evolutionary economics - The devil is in the details
Papers on Economics and Evolution #0711, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena, 2007  Go to website
2007 
24.
Neuroeconomics as a natural extension of bioeconomics: The shifting scope of standard economic theory
Journal of Bioeconomics, 9(2) 2007, 145-167  Go to website
 
25.
In praise of moderate plurality
in John Groenewegen (ed.), Teaching Pluralism in Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2007, 64-94  Go to website
 
26.
What can be learnt from 'serious biology and psychology'?
in Stavros Ioannides and Klaus Nielsen (eds.), Economics and the Social Sciences - Boundaries, Interaction and Integration, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar 2007, 31-62  Go to website
 
27.
Routines, genes and program-based behaviour
Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 16(5) 2006, 543-560 (special issue on Evolutionary Concepts in Economics and Biology, edited by Ulrich Witt)  Go to website
2006 
28.
Marshall and institutional economics: Digging deeper into the interplay between institutions and individual behaviour
in T. Raffaelli, G. Becattini and M. Dardi (eds.), The Elgar Companion to Alfred Marshall, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2006, 679-687  Go to website
 
29.
L'économie des institutions
in Alain Leroux and Pierre Livet (eds), Leçons de Philosophie Économique Tome I: Économie Politique et Philosophie Sociale, Paris: Economica, 2005, 244-282
2005 
30.
Routines, genes and program-based behaviour
Papers on Economics and Evolution #0402, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena, 2004
2004 
31.
Conjectural revisionary ontology
Post-Autistic Economics Review, 29 2004, 16-22 (symposium on Tony Lawson's Reorienting Economics, Part II)  Go to website
 
32.
Taking evolution seriously - What difference does it make for economics?
in John B. Davis, Alain Marciano and Jochen Runde (eds.), The Elgar Companion to Economics and Philosophy, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2004, 102-131  Go to website
 
33.
Conjectural revisionary economic ontology: outline of an ambitious research agenda for evolutionary economics
Journal of Economic Methodology, 11(2) 2004 (special issue Ontological Issues in Evolutionary Economics), 213-247 (reprinted in John B. Davis (ed.), Recent Developments in Economic Methodology, Volume II, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2006, 522-556)  Go to website
 
34.
Social contract theories: e pluribus unum? (with Pursey Heugens and Hans van Oosterhout)
in Pursey Heugens, Hans van Oosterhout and Jack Vromen (eds.), The Social Institutions of Capitalism: Evolution and Design of Social Contracts, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2003, 1-19 (introduction)  Go to website
2003 
35.
Collective intentionality, evolutionary biology, and social reality
Philosophical Explorations, VI(3) 2003, 251-264 (special issue: new essays on collective intentionality, edited by Frank Hindriks and Anthonie Meijers)  Go to website
 
36.
Why the economic conception of human behaviour might lack a biological basis
Theoria, 18(48) 2003, 297-323 (special issue on 'Darwinism and Social science', edited by Jesús P. Zamora Bonilla)  Go to website
 
37.
Cognitive science meets evolutionary theory: what implications does evolutionary psychology have for economic theorising?
in Salvatore Rizzello (ed.), Cognitive Developments in Economics, London: Routledge, 2003, 53-81 (reprinted in John B. Davis (ed.), Recent Developments in Economic Methodology, Volume II, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2006, 445-473)  Go to website
 
38.
Stone age minds and group selection - What difference do they make?
Constitutional Political Economy, 13(2) 2002, 173-195  Go to website
2002 
39.
Customs and conventions
The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 61(2) 2002, 511-518 (special symposium on Ekkehart Schlicht, On Custom in the Economy, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998)  Go to website
 
40.
Een vruchtbare kruisbestuiving: rationele keuzetheorie en evolutie
Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte, 94(1) 2002, 61-75 (special issue on 'Rationele-keuzetheorie', edited by Martin van Hees and Jeanne Peijnenburg, in Dutch)
 
41.
De vele gedaantes van de rationele-keuzetheorie (with Martin van Hees)
Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte, 94(1) 2002, 3-15 (in Dutch)
 
42.
Ontological commitments of evolutionary economics
in Uskali Mäki (ed.), The Economic World View: Studies in the Ontology of Economics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001, 189-224  Go to website
2001 
43.
The human agent in evolutionary economics
in John Laurent and John Nightingale (eds.), Darwinism and Evolutionary Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2001, 184-208  Go to website
 
44.
Path dependent structures in scientific evolution (with Albert Jolink)
in Pierre Garrouste and Stavros Ioannides (eds.), Evolution and Path Dependence in Economic Ideas: Past and Present, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2001, 205-224  Go to website
 
45.
Implications of evolutionary economics: Theory, method and policy (with J. Groenewegen)
in John Groenewegen and Jack Vromen (eds), Institutions and the Evolution of Capitalism: Implications of Evolutionary Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1999, 1-16  Go to website
1999 
46.
Grondbeginselen van de keuzetheorie (with Herman Vollebergh)
in Huib Pellikaan and Wil Hout (eds.), Economische modellen en politieke besluitvorming. Inleiding in de rationele keuze theorie, Bussum: Coutinho, 1998, 41-70 (in Dutch)  Go to website
1998 
47.
Economen en hun homo economicus: Striptease van een persona non grata
Krisis, 70(1) 1998, 20-37 (special issue 'De sex appeal van de homo economicus', in Dutch)
 
48.
Markt en calculerend gedrag
Rekenschap, 44(1) 1997, 45-57 (in Dutch)
1997 
49.
Evolutionary economics - Precursors, paradigmatic propositions, puzzles and prospects
in J. Reijnders (ed.), Economics and Evolution, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1997, 41-68  Go to website
 
50.
Theories of the firm revisited: New and neo-institutional perspectives (with John Groenewegen)
in L. Magnusson and J. Ottosson (eds.), Evolutionary Economics and Path Dependency, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1997, 33-56  Go to website
 
51.
Making a case for theoretical pluralism (with John Groenewegen)
in John Groenewegen (ed.), Transaction Cost Economics and Beyond, Boston: Kluwer, 1995
1995 
52.
Hoe kunstwerken betekenen. De wonderlijke werelden van Nelson Goodman
in H.A.F. Oosterling and A.W. Prins (eds.), Filosofie en Kunst 2, Esthetica in de 20e eeuw: Een andere verstandhouding, Rotterdam: Rotterdamse Filosofische Studies, 1994, 109-124 (in Dutch)  Go to website
1994 
53.
Evolutionary approaches in economics. Some comments on Ph. van Parijs' 'Le modèle économique et ses riveaux'
Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 58(1) 1992, 3-20  Go to website
1992 
54.
Speltheorie en communicatief handelen
in M. Korthals & H. Kunneman (eds.), Het communicatieve paradigma. Mogelijkheden en beperkingen van Habermas' theorie van het communicatieve handelen, Meppel/Amsterdam: Boom, 1992, 55-75 (in Dutch)
 
55.
Bedrieglijk functionalisme in de 'Chicago School of Economics'
in E. Heyerman and P. Wouters (eds.), Crisis van de rede? Perspectieven op cultuur, Assen/Maastricht: Van Gorcum, 1992, 28-36 (in Dutch)
 
56.
Normativiteit en bedrijfseconomische wetenschap
in H.W. Blom and J. Vromen (eds.), Bedrijfseconomie: hoe bestaat het? Aanzetten tot een filosofische plaatsbepaling, Leiden: Stenfert Kroese, 1991, 31-49 (in Dutch)
1991 
57.
The mechanistic conception of economy
in Ph. van Engeldorp Gastelaars, S.L. Magala and O. Preuss (eds.), Critical Theory Today. The Frankfurt School: how relevant is it today?, Den Haag: Universitaire Pers Rotterdam, 1990, 51-58
1990 
58.
Economische methodologie (with H.W. Blom and A. Vandevelde)
Economische Statistische Berichten, 3707(74), 1989, 488-489 (in Dutch)  Go to website
1989 
59.
Zin en onzin van de economische methodologie (with H.W. Blom and A. Vandevelde)
Economische Statistische Berichten, 3737(74) 1989, 1228-1231 (in Dutch)  Go to website
 
60.
Conflicting methodological principles and the realism-debate
Proceedings of the 11th International Wittgenstein Symposium, Wien, 1987
1987 
61.
Wetenschappelijke methoden en wetenschappelijk realisme
in G.M. Huussen and H.E.S. Woldring (eds.), Werken met wijsbegeerte: een cultuurprobleem, Delft: Eburon, 1986, 214-221 (in Dutch)
1986 
62.
De machinale economie in de kritische theorie
in F. Van Doorne and M. Korthals (eds.), Filosofie en maatschappijkritiek. In debat met Habermas, Meppel/Amsterdam: Boom, 1986, 130-144 (in Dutch)
 
63.
Twee onder economen gangbare opvattingen van rationaliteit. Een analyse in het licht van Habermas' algemene handelingstheorie (with F.J.M. van Doorne)
Kennis en Methode, 4(1) 1983, 368-383 (in Dutch)
1983 

Varieties of emergent properties (unpublished paper, August 2006)
Rational-choice theory and resilience explanation (unpublished paper, March 2006)
Depicting social contracts as robust equilibria - What is the explanatory power of evolutionary game-theoretic analyses? EIPE Working Papers in Philosophy and Economics, ISSN:1871-6482, January 2006.
Organizational routines and individual skills - Beyond analogy, EIPE Working Papers in Philosophy and Economics, ISSN:1871-6482, January 2006.

1.
The Case for Strong Reciprocity as an Instance of Interdisciplinary Collaboration
PIREN Workshop, organized by IAST (The Institute for Advanced Study Toulouse University of Toulouse), Ax-les-Thermes, France
4-6 February 2015
2015 
2.
Evolution and Economics: The Case of Strong Reciprocity, Darwinism & Economics
Séminaire interdisciplinare Lille ? Gand, in the series Darwinisme & sciences humaines et socials, Lille
24 January 2014
2014 
3.
Neuroeconomics, economics and the mechanisms of decision-making
ABEE 2013 (Amsterdam Symposium on Behavioral and Experimental Economics): A Dialogue Between Laboratory Experiments and Neuroeconomics, Amsterdam
23-24 August 2013
2013 
4.
The Nature of Economic Selection: Playing with the Price Equation
EMCSR (European Meetings on Cybernetics and Systems Research) Conference, Vienna
April 10-13 2012
2012 
5.
Darwinisme en economie: convergenties en divergenties
Darwinisme – (In)humanisme (Congress organized by T.W. Oudemans), Leiden
11 November 2011
2011 
6.
Has neuroeconomics discovered that the brain maximizes expected utility?
workshop 'Discovery in the social sciences: Towards an empirically-informed philosophy of social science', University of Leuven (Belgium)
22-23 March 2011
 
7.
The two faces of neuroeconomics
workshop 'The Social Sciences and Neuroscience: How Can They Inform Each Other?', Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Economics, Psychology and the Social Sciences (CISEPS), University of Milano-Bicocca (Italy)
17 December 2010
2010 
8.
Is reciprocity-based human cooperation 'ultimately' selfish or altruistic? A red herring
workshop 'Evolution and the Human Sciences', Helsinki (Finland)
12-13 November 2009
2009 
9.
Economics and cognition
'Cognitive Approaches to Philosophy of Science and Technology', 13th Workshop of the Dutch-Flemish Network for Philosophy of Science and Technology, Ravenstein
28-29 September 2009
 
10.
Not by brains alone
conference 'Neuroeconomics: Hype or Hope?',
20-22 November 2008
2008 
11.
Allusions to evolution: Edifying evolutionary biology rather than economic theory
History of Altruism Research Group Workshop (organized by Philippe Fontaine), École normale supérieure de Cachan, Paris (France)
19 November 2008
 
12.
On the surprising finding that expected utility is literally computed in the brain
INEM conference (in special plenary session on Neuroeconomics), Madrid (Spain)
11-13 September 2008
 
13.
Proximate and ultimate explanations of cooperation
ICEG workshop over evolutionaire benaderingen in de sociale wetenschappen (organized by Andreas de Block), Leuven (Belgium)
24-25 January 2008
 
14.
Allusions to evolution: Edifying evolutionary biology rather than economics
conference 'Rethinking the Chicago School of Economics' (organized by Philip Mirowski and Rob van Horn), Notre Dame University (USA)
14-15 September 2007
2007 
15.
Depicting social contracts as stable and robust equilibria
seminar series of 'Sectie Filosofie', Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
14 November 2006
2006 
16.
Depicting social contracts as robust equilibria
workshop 'Naturalistic Perspectives on Economic Behavior - are there any normative correlates?', Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena (Germany)
12-14 October 2006
 
17.
Varieties of emergent properties
'Crossing Boundaries', Rotterdam-Groningen Workshop on Philosophy and Economics (theme: Supervenience and Reduction), Groningen
27 September 2006
 
18.
Organizational capabilities in evolutionary economics
international workshop 'Strategic management theoretical background, methodology, and empirical evidence' , Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)
18 Augustus 2006
 
19.
Emergent properties and methodological individualism
session 'Schumpeterian themes: a historical and methodological perspective' at the Conference of the Schumpeter Society, Nice (France)
21-24 June 2006
 
20.
(Self-)commitment and the human brain as a producing organ (laudatory for Thomas C. Schelling)
Second International Conference on Business Management and Economics, Cesne (Turkey)
15-18 June 2006
 
21.
Evolutionary explanations in economics
'Conference on Issues in Philosophy of Economics', University of Alabama at Birmingham (USA)
19-21 May 2006
 
22.
Neuroeconomics as a natural extension of bioeconomics: How the proliferation of 'constrained maximization' backfires
seminar jointly organized by Ecole Polytechnique, ENS Ulm, and University of Paris 1 (Sorbonne), Paris (France)
13 March 2006
 
23.
Conjectural revisionary ontology and theoretical pluralism
workshop 'Critical Realism', Cambridge (UK)
06 March 2006
 
24.
Organizational routines and individual skills: Beyond analogy
conference 'Microfoundations of Organizational Capabilities and Knowledge Processes', Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)
1-2 December 2005
2005 
25.
Neuroeconomics as a natural extension of bioeconomics: How the proliferation of 'constrained maximization' backfires
Wartensee workshop on Evolutionary Economics (organized by Kurt Dopfer),
3-4 June 2005
 
26.
Genes, routines and program-based behaviour
workshop 'Evolutionary Concepts in Economics and Biology' at Max Planck Institute for Research into Economic Systems, Evolutionary Economics Group, organised by Guido Bünstorf and Ulrich Witt, Jena (Germany)
2-4 December 2004
2004 
27.
Friedman's selection argument revisited
EIPE conference 'The Methodology of Positive Economics: Milton Friedman's Essay at 50', Rotterdam
12-13 December 2003
2003 
28.
Philip Pettit on resilience explanation
research seminar of the Faculty of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method (organised by Richard Bradley), London School of Economics (UK)
04 June 2003
 
29.
Why the economic conception of economic behavior might lack a biological basis
research seminar at the Max Planck Institute (organised by Ulrich Witt), Jena (Germany)
11 February 2003
 
30.
Some observations on the ontology of evolutionary economics
INEM session 'Ontological Issues in Evolutionary Economics' at ASSA Conference, Washington DC (USA)
04 January 2003
 
31.
Co-evolution: How do different evolutionary processes interact?
Third International Workshop on Institutional Economics, Hertfordshire (UK)
3-5 July 2002
2002 
32.
Evolutionary theory and economics: Going beyond selection arguments
workshop 'Biology and Economics', Bilbao (Spain)
22-25 November 2001
2001 
33.
Recent developments in evolutionary theorising
workshop 'The Nature and Evolution of Institutions', Max Planck-Institute for Research into Economic Systems, Jena (Germany)
11-13 January 2001
 
34.
Evolutionary psychology and evolutionary economics
workshop 'Cognition and Evolutionary Economics', Turin (Italy)
14-17 November 2000
2000 
35.
Evolutionary psychology and evolutionary economics
workshop on Behavioral Economics (with Sidney G. Winter), University of Amsterdam
10 March 2000
 
36.
The art of finding the right model. Some notes on applied game theory
conference: 'Strategic Rationality in Economics', Sant'Arcangelo di Romagna, Italy
26-27 August 1999
1999 
37.
In search of new theoretical impetus for evolutionary economics
workshop 'New Perspectives in the Study of Economic Evolution', Ancona (Italy)
20-23 May 1999
 
38.
Evolutionary psychology and economic theory
Business School seminar, Odense (Denmark)
28 May 1999
 
39.
If conventions are solutions, what are the problems?
conference 'Recent Issues in Institutional Economics', Groningen
12-13 June 1997
1997 
40.
Evolutionary economics - precursors, paradigmatic propositions, puzzles and prospects
conference of the 'Studiekring Post-Keynesiaanse Economie' on 'Economics and Evolution',
10 November 1995
1995 
41.
Theories of the firm revisited. New and neo-institutional perspectives (with John Groenewegen)
conference 'Evolutionary economics and path dependency', Uppsala University, Stockholm (Zweden)
20 May 1995
 
42.
What do economists really believe?
research seminar of Economic Department, Notre Dame University (USA)
24 March 1995
 
43.
The spontaneous evolution of de facto property rights
seminar of Department of Economics, Duke University (USA)
03 September 1993
1993 

1.
On papers by Joel Mokyr, Ulrich Witt, Werner Scheltjens and Kurt Dopfer and Koen Frenken
session 'Why is Economic History not an Evolutionary Science?' in World Economic History Conference, Utrecht
04 August 2009
2009 
2.
On the paper 'Genetic Influences on Organizational Behavior' by Richard Arvey
Symposium 'Biological Determinants & Contingencies of Economic Behavior', Ringberg Castle, Germany
July 3?August 3 2012
2012 
3.
'Three approaches to micro-origins, towards the micro-level origins of routines and capabilities' (together with Linda Argote and J.C. Spender)
invited panel session, Rotterdam
12-13 June 2009
2009 
4.
On papers by Joep Sonnemans and Gerd Gigerenzer
mini-workshop on 'Psychology and Economics', Amsterdam
29 May 2009
 

1.
Two apparently contradicting arguments for non-reductive explanation
INEM Conference, Cape Town
20 -22 November 2015
2015 
2.
Ultimate and Proximate Explanations of Strong Reciprocity
OZSW (Research School in Philosophy) Conference, Erasmus University, Rotterdam
15-16 November 2013
2013 
3.
The Nature of Economic Selection: Playing with the Price Equation
EAEPE Conference, Krakow, Poland
18-20 October 2012
2012 
4.
Can evolutionary considerations curb the proliferation of social preferences?
EAEPE Conference 2011, Vienna
27-30 October 2011
2011 
5.
The Case for Strong Reciprocity: Why the strategy of contrasting Strong Reciprocity with Weak Reciprocity Backfires
INEM Conference,
1-3 September 2011
 
6.
Heterogeneous economic evolution: A different view on Darwinizing evolutionary economics
EAEPE Conference, Bordeaux (France)
28-30 October 2010
2010 
7.
Social mechanisms and rational choice
CiBaSS (Causality in the Biomedical and Social Sciences) Conference,
6-8 October 2010
 
8.
Is reciprocity-based human cooperation 'ultimately' selfish or altruistic? A red herring
EAEPE Conference, Amsterdam
6-8 November 2009
2009 
9.
Is reciprocity-based human cooperation 'ultimately' selfish or altruistic? A red herring
Evolution, Co-operation and Rationality Conference, Bristol (UK)
18-20 September 2009
 
10.
Routines as multilevel mechanisms, towards the micro-level origins of routines and capabilities
conference organized by RSM, Rotterdam
12-13 June 2009.
 
11.
Microfoundations in strategic management? Squaring Coleman's diagram
conference 'Reduction and the Special Sciences', TiLPS, Tilburg
10-12 April 2008
2008 
12.
Routines as multilevel mechanisms
EAEPE Conference, Rome (Italy)
6-9 November 2008
 
13.
Ultimate and proximate explanations of cooperative behavior: Plurality or integration? (with Caterina Marchionni)
First EPSA (European Philosophy of Science Association) Conference, Madrid (Spain)
15-17 November 2007
2007 
14.
Is economic evolution a subspecies of cultural evolution?
EAEPE Conference, Porto (Portugal)
1-3 November 2007
 
15.
Organization of and participation in Roundtable on Ontological Foundations of Evolutionary Economics
EAEPE Conference, Porto (Portugal)
1-3 November 2007
 
16.
Ultimate and proximate explanations of cooperative behavior: Plurality or integration? (with Caterina Marchionni)
First SPSP (Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice) Conference, University of Twente
23-25 August 2007
 

1.
Economics Made Fun? Een nieuw genre, ter lering en vermaak
in De Academische Boekengids (januari 2013, p. 11-13)
2013 
2.
Challenging the Libertarian Mind: Review of Robert H. Frank's The Darwin Economy: Liberty, Competition and the Common Good
in La Vie des Idées; Books and Ideas (12 April 2012) and ?conomia: History/Methodology/Philosophy, September 2012 (online: May 22nd 2012), 2(3), 402-408.
2012 
3.
Review of Paul W. Glimcher, Foundations of Neuroeconomic Analysis (Oxford University Press, 2010)
Economics and Philosophy, 2012, 28(01), 108-113
 
4.
Review of Geoffrey M. Hodgson and Thorbjørn Knudsen, Darwin?s Conjecture: The Search for General Principles of Social & Economic Evolution University of Chicago Press, 2010)
Journal of Economic Methodology 2012 19(1), 77-88.
 
5.
Review of Kurt Dopferès (ed.), The Evolutionary Foundations of Economics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005)
Economics and Philosophy, 23(1) 2007, 131-138  Go to website
2007 
6.
An ambitious research agenda for studying economic evolution
Erwägen, Wissen, Ethik, 15(1) 2004, 123-126 (special issue, with Ulrich Witt's Beharrung und Wandel - ist wirtschaftliche Evolution theoriefähig? as a target article)
2004 
7.
Impurities all around? Some thoughts on Geoffrey M. Hodgson's Economics & Utopia: Why the Learning Economy is not the End of History (London: Routledge, 1999)
Review of Social Economy, 60(1) 2002, 115-123 (as part of a Review Symposium with Richard R. Nelson as the other reviewer. A Rejoinder is written by Geoff Hodgson)  Go to website
2002 
8.
Review of Salvatore Rizzello, The Economics of Mind (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1999)
The Economic Journal , 111(469) 2001, F516-F518  Go to website
2001 
9.
Review of G.M. Hodgson, Evolution and Institutions: On Evolutionary Economics and the Evolution of Economics (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1999)
History of Political Economy, 33(2) 2001, 190-191  Go to website
 
10.
Review of M. Bovens and A. Hemerijck (eds.), Het verhaal van de moraal (Amsterdam: Boom, 1996)
Beleidswetenschap, 12(2) 1998, 197-199
1998 
11.
Review of Sheila Dow, The Methodology of Macroeconomic Thought (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1996)
Economics and Philosophy, 14(1) 1998, 157-163  Go to website
 
12.
Review of Hodgson, Economics and Evolution
EAEPE Newsletter
1997 
13.
Review of D.N. McCloskey, Knowledge and Persuasion in Economics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994)
De economist, 144(1) 1996, 101-103  Go to website
1996 
14.
Review of De Marchi (ed.), Post-Popperian Methodology of Economics. Recovering practice
De economist, 142(3) 1994, 351-353  Go to website
1994 
15.
Are we all convinced methodological individualists now? Book review of Ph. van Parijs, 'Le modèle économique et ses riveaux'
Methodus, 4(2) 1992, 121-126  Go to website
1992 
16.
Review of P. Meys and W. Jansen, Eigendom tussen politiek en economie (Groningen: Wolters-Noordhoff)
Filosofie & Praktijk, 12(1) 1991, 52-55
1991 

Membership Editorial Board

  • Member of Scientific Committee of Cahiers d'Économie Politique/Papers in Political Economy, June 2015 - present
  • Editorial Board of Journal of Bioeconomics, January 2012 - present
  • Editorial Board of Journal of Economic Methodology (JEM), January 2009 - present
  • Membership Executive Board (elected) of International Network for Economic Method (INEM), 2000 - 2006
  • Book Review Editor of Journal of Economic Methodology (JEM), January 1997 - September 2008

Refereeing

  • BBS (Behavorial & Brain Sciences) Associate
  • Referee for NWO-applications (ESR; research area: social sciences 'Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen', for FWO-applications (Belgium) and for the South-African National Research Foundation (NRF), Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF)
  • Referee for ESF proposals
  • Referee for (book manuscripts of) Routledge, The University of Chicago Press, and of (submitted papers) for Synthese, Erkenntnis, Economics and Philosophy, Theoria, Philosophy of the Social Sciences,Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Mind & Society, Journal of Economic Methodology, Journal of BioEconomics, Journal of Institutional Economics, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Journal of Cultural Economics, Journal of Cultural Economy, History of Economic Ideas, Review of Social Economy, Acta Politica, Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte
  • Referee for applications for research grants at the Konrad Lorenz Institute (KLI) for Evolution & Cognition Research (Altenberg, Austria)
  • Referee for Research Council of K.U. Leuven

Supervision of Ph.D Students

  • Peter Marks (with Maarten Janssen, since 1998) - finished June 2002
  • Gulbahar Tezel-Pot (with Uskali Mäki, since 1998) - finished May 2004
  • Jorma Sappinen (with Uskali Mäki, since 1999) - finished June 2003
  • Emrah Aydinonat (with Maarten Janssen, since 1999) - finished September 2004
  • Roberta Muramatsu (with Uskali Mäki, since 2000) - finished December 2006
  • Aki Lehtinen (with Uskali Mäki, since 2001) - finished October 2007
  • Altug Yalcintas (with Deirdre McCloskey, since 2002)
  • Alessandro Lanteri (with Deirdre McCloskey, since 2003) - finished 9 April 2008
  • Giorgos Papadopoulos (with John Groenwegen and Fieke van der Lecq, since 2006)
  • Mohammad Tavakoli (with Deirdre McCloskey, since 2004)
  • Thomas Wells (with Ingrid Robeyns, since 2005) - finished June 2013
  • Clemens Hirsch (with Uskali Mäki, since 2006)
  • Wouter van Doorn (since 2006) - cut off
  • Attilia Ruzzene (with Julian Reiss, since 2009) - finished November 2014
  • Melissa Vergara Fernandez (with Julian Reiss, since 2012)
  • Philippe Verrault-Julien (with Julian Reiss, since 2013)
  • Willem van der Deijl (with Werner Brouwer, since 2014)
  • Daphne Truijens (with Harry Commandeur, since 2014)
  • James Grayot (since 2014)
  • Osman Dede (since 2014)
  • Huub Brouwer (with Maureen Sie, since 2015)

Jury Membership of Ph.D Theses

  • Timothy McMynne (Leuven, 11 February 2015)
  • Guus Dix (Amsterdam, 8 May 2014)
  • Erwin Dekker (Rotterdam, 9 January 2014)
  • Chiara Lisciandra (Tilburg, 25 October 2013)
  • Jan Willem Lindemans (Leuven, 28 May 2013)
  • Gonzalo Bustamante Kuschel (5 December 2012)
  • Peter-Wim Zuidhof (27 januari 2012)
  • Carlo Martini (16 December 2011, Tilburg)
  • Stuart Griffin (8 September 2011)
  • Chris Knoops (2 June 2010)
  • Altug Yalcintas (28 October 2009)
  • Chiara Chelini (Turin, 13 July 2009)
  • Jan de Jonge (Amsterdam, 5 June 2009)
  • Till Düppe (26 May 2009)
  • Bibi van den Berg (23 April 2009)
  • Bart Leeuwenburgh (15 January 2009)
  • Frank Hindriks (June 2005)
  • Arjan B. Keizer (June 2005)
  • Wouter Meijs (May 2005)
  • Hans van Oosterhout (May 2002)
  • Peter Sas (December 2001)

Honorary Supervisor

  • Philip S. Kitcher at the EUR (8 November 2013)

Chairing Ph.D defences

  • Julie Ndaya Tshiteku, 'Prendre le bic. Le Combat spirituel congolais et les transformations sociales' (supervisor: Wim van Binsbergen), 18 January 2008
  • Christian van der Veeke, 'Critical Philosophy and the Democratic Horizon' (Supervisor: Jos de Mul), 16 May 2013
  • Mijke Slot, 'The Extended Media Consumer' (Supervisor: Valerie Frissen), 3 October 2013
  • Sine Bagatur, 'In defense of a Democratic Account of Human Rights' (Supervisor : Ingrid Robeyns), 19 June 2015

Organisation of Conferences and Seminars

  • XI INEM-EIPE Conference, 13-15 June 2013, Rotterdam
  • Member of Scientific Committee of Conference 'Economic Philosophy', Lille, June 2012
  • Organizer (with N. Emrah Aydinonat) of Symposium 'The Economics Made Fun Genre in the Face of the Economic Crisis', December 10-11 2010 (with Robert H. Frank, Ariel Rubinstein and Diane Coyle as invited keynote speakers)
  • Organizer of Conference 'Neuroeconomics: Hype or Hope?' (with Ariel Rubinstein, Paul J. Zak, Francesco Guala, Uskali Mäki, Don Ross and John Davis as invited speakers), EIPE, Erasmus University Rotterdam, 20-22 November 2008
  • Organizer (with Alessandro Lanteri) of Mini-Conference 'Ethics and Psychology of Economics and Economists' (with David Colander, Deirdre McCloskey and Uskali Mäki as invited speakers), 8 April 2008
  • Organiser (with Hans van Oosterhout and Pursey Heugens) of Conference 'Institutionalised Sociality: The Institutional (Re)Design of Evolving Social Contracts' (with a.o. Ken Binmore, David Campbell, Thomas Dunfee and Bart Nooteboom as speakers), for VIPE in cooperation with EIPE, Erasmus University Rotterdam, 24 November 2000
  • Chairman of the organisation committee of the 18th Nederlands-Vlaamse Filosofiedag, Erasmus University Rotterdam, 26 October 1996
  • Organisation (with prof. U. Mäki) of the EIPE (Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics) seminar, Erasmus University Rotterdam, August 1997 - July 2006
  • Organisation of colloquium 'Kritische Theorie, Eine nähere Bestimmung des moralischen Bereiches', Erasmus University Rotterdam, 15/17 February 1991

Miscellaneous

  • November 2005 - present: Research Area Coordinator of Ontology of Evolutionary Economics (together with Jan-Willem Stoelhorst), European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE)
  • January 2007 - present: Research Associate of Trends and Tensions in Intellectual Integration (TINT), Academy of Finland
  • June 2004 - present: Member of Dutch-Flemish group 'Wetenschapsfilosofie en ethiek'
  • September 2001 - present: Fellow of Dutch research school 'Ethics'
  • September 1997: Founding member (together with Albert Jolink and Uskali Mäki) of Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics (EIPE)
  • September 1995 - September 1996: Member of 'Scientific Committee' of European Association for Evolutionary and Political Economics (EAEPE)
  • September 1994 - September 1995: Member of research group 'Over de mechanistische analyse van marktverschijnselen', Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • September 1990 - September 1994: Member of research group 'Keuzen, regels en normen', Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • September 1980 - September 1990: Member of Dutch group 'Kritische theorie'

Discussant

  • H. Peyton Young, 'The Evolution of Social Norms', EIPE Research Seminar, May 4 2015
  • Eric Schliesser, 'How I learned to love Derrida…', EIPE Research Seminar, September 2014
  • Christina Bicchieri (Pennsylvania), 'Third Party Sanctioning and Compensation Behavior: Findings from the Ultimatum Game', EIPE Research Seminar, 3 October 2011
  • Emrah Aydinonat (Ankara University / University of Helsinki) 'How does the Heckscher-Ohlin Theorem survive despite its 'poor' empirical performance?', EIPE Research Seminar, 1 December 2008

Media performances

  • Hoe? Zo! Radio Wetenschapscafé (Radio 5): Zijn er behoudswetten in de economie?, 28 September 2011
  • Hoe? Zo! Radio Wetenschapscafé (Radio 5): Economie als wetenschap, 5 December 2008

Miscellaneous

  • Kroegcollege (on Darwin), ERA, EUR, 6 mei 2008
  • Stop de bonentellers aan de UvA (written with Ewald Engelen, Eric Schliesser en Esther-Mirjam Sent), NRC Handelsblad, 21 juli 2010 (also appeared in Me Judice, 22 juli 2010)
  • Waarden van wetenschap, Expert meeting Kennisvalorisatie, 5 september 2011
  • The Evolution of Social Justice, Lecture for Studium Generale Leiden, 12 October 2011
  • Member of commission for the interim evaluation of research masters (ESHCC) 'Early Modern Intellectual History' en 'Sociology of Culture, Media and the Arts', 19 december 2011
  • Invited presentation about the Future of our Dutch Educational System, organized by the Rotterdam Department of the Jonge Democraten, Rotterdam, 1 April 2015