Managing bias and stereotype in organizations: A virtue epistemology approach, Wharton Business School/University of Pennsylvania, February 2021.

How to Rank Philosophy Journals, Bochum, February 2021.

Epistemic Vice Predicts Acceptance of COVID-19 Misinformation, Department of Political Economy, King’s College, London, December 2020.

Exchange-traded funds: Ethics and philosophy of science, EIPE seminar, Rotterdam, December 2020.

Knowing and Acknowledging Freedom, Odense, February 2020.

Collective non-evidentialism, Center for Information and Bubble Studies, Copenhagen, February 2020.

Trust in finance: What can we learn from Aristotle and behavioral finance?, Stockholm School of Economics, February 2020.

Knowing and Acknowledging Freedom, Umeå, February 2020.

Epistemic Corporate Culture: Knowing and Acknowledging Freedom, Gothenburg, January 2020.

‘Epistemic corporate culture: Knowledge and common knowledge’, OZSW Annual Conference, Amsterdam, November 2019.

‘Managing culture in free corporations: Knowledge, common knowledge, and professional oaths’, Berle XI Symposium, Seattle, May 2019.

‘Knowing and Acknowledging Freedom’, Tromsø, April 2019.

‘Credit rating agencies and stakes sensitivity’, Society of Applied Philosophy, Utrecht, June 2018

‘Epistemic injustice in consumer markets’, Society of Applied Philosophy, Utrecht, June 2018

‘Self-Fulfilling Epistemic Injustice’, Political Epistemology, London, April 2018

‘Experimental Philosophy: Methods from Economics’, 2nd Bi-Annual Workshop Experimental Philosophy Group Germany, Osnabrück, November 2017.

‘Self-rationalizing belief: Evidentialism or pragmatism’, OZSW Annual Conference, Utrecht, 2017.

‘Epistemic Injustice in Finance’, Ottawa, October 2017,

‘Knowing and Acknowledging Freedom’, CUNY, Graduate Center, October 2017.

‘Financial Literacy, Critical Thinking Skills, and Financial Outcomes’, Princeton, October 2017.

‘Applied Epistemology and the Virtues of the Free Market’, Annual Conference German Association for Philosophy, Berlin, September 2017.

‘Testimonial and Hermeneutical Discrimination in Marketing Mortgages and Business Loans’, Society of Business Ethics Annual Conference, Atlanta, August 2017.

‘Self-fulfilling Testimonial Injustice’, Society for Applied Philosophy, Copenhagen, June 2017.

‘Experimental Philosophy: Methods from Economics’, Annual Conference Experimental Philosophy Group UK, Norwich, July 2017.

‘Self-fulfilling Epistemic Injustice’, Aarhus, October 2016.

‘Self-fulfilling Epistemic Injustice’, Odense, October 2016.

‘Self-fulfilling Epistemic Injustice and Recognition Theory’, Frankfurt Institut für Sozialforschung, October 2016.

‘The Ethics of Regulating Responsible Lending’, Amsterdam, October 2016.

‘Doxastic and Epistemic Freedom: A Political Approach’, Cambridge, April 2016.

‘Global Governance in Finance’, Human Rights, International Relations, Global Governance, Harvard and Fudan University, Shanghai, 2015.

‘Ethics of Finance’, Ethics of Economic Institutions, Utrecht, January 2015.

‘Ethics in Finance’, Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, November 2014.

‘Trusting Money’, Clare Hall, Cambridge, November 2014.

‘Epistemic Injustice in Finance’, Warwick, November 2014.

‘Epistemic Virtues in Finance’, Lugano, August 2014.

‘Taking the Hazard out of Clients’ Risk: Why the Credit Rating Agencies Failed’, 18th International Symposium on Ethics, Business and Society, IESE, Barcelona, June, 2014.

‘Taking the Hazard out of Clients’ Risk: Interest-relative Risk Assessment and Credit Rating Agencies’, Society for Applied Philosophy Annual Conference, St Anne’s College, Oxford, 2014.

‘Philosophy of Money’, Gothenburg, June 2014.

‘Virtues in finance’, Ethical Issues in Finance and Banking, Pamplona, May 2014.

‘Défis actuels en éthique de la finance’, Paris, May 2014.

‘Normes et principes en éthique de la finance’, Paris, May 2014.

‘Taking the Hazard out of Clients’ Risk: Interest-relative Risk Assessment and Credit Rating Agencies’, Ethics and Moral Agency in Finance and the Financial Sector: Critical Perspectives, Limerick, April 2014.

‘Corporate Citizenship and the Risk of Outsourcing Responsibility: The Case of the Credit Rating Agencies’, Dutch Research School of Philosophy Annual Conference, November 2013.

‘Financial Due Diligence: Epistemic Virtues in Risk Management’, European Business Ethics Network Annual Conference, Barcelona, September 2012.

‘De epistemische deugden van de (a)theïst’, Utrecht, April 2012.

‘Corporate Epistemic Virtues’, Louvaine, April 2012.

‘Financial Due Diligence: Epistemic Virtues in Risk Management,’ Business Ethics and Risk Management, Munich, December 2011.

‘Skepticism or Laziness: Epistemic Virtues and Vices in the Debate on Media Violence’, ALCOPOP-TV CULTURE, Göteborg, October 2011.

‘Insider Trading: Why It’s (Not So) Bad After All’, Dutch Research School of Philosophy Annual Conference, Amsterdam, October 2011.

‘The Ethics of Cloud Computing’, European Business Ethics Network Annual Conference, Antwerp, September 2011.

‘Epistemic Assumptions in Arguments for the Value of Freedom’, Workshop on Power and Freedom, Pavia, June 2011.

‘Integrity in the Financial Services Industry: How to Use Epistemic Virtues’, European Business Ethics Network Research Conference, Dublin, June 2011.

‘The Dutch Banker’s Oath, Client Interests, and Epistemic Virtues’, Duty of Care in Finance, Balliol, Oxford, May 2011.

‘The Value of Common Knowledge: From Hegel to Lewis’, DIP Colloquium, Amsterdam, March 2011.

‘The Value of Common Knowledge: From Hegel to Lewis’, Groningen, March 2011.

‘Financial Ethics: Research and Teaching’, Groningen, February 2011.

‘Doxastic and Epistemic Freedom’, Cambridge, December 2010.

‘Erkenning en epistemische logica’, Nederlands-Vlaamse Filosofiedag, Tilburg, 2009.

‘Epistemic Agency’, Dutch Research School of Philosophy Annual Conference, Doorn, 2009.

‘Freedom of Belief’, Delft, 2009.

‘Autonomy and the Value of Knowledge’, The Place of Epistemic Agents, Madrid, 2008.

‘On Voorhoeve on Why It Matters that Some are Worse Off than Others’, Rotterdam, 2008.

‘Freedom and Knowledge’, Delicom, Paris, 2008.

‘Recognition and Cultural Citizenship’, Groningen, 2007.

‘Republican Freedom and Recognition’, Groningen. 2007.

‘The Value of Freedom: Two Arguments’, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies, Wassenaar. 2006.

‘Binmore on The Possibility of Knowledge as Justified True Belief’, Rotterdam, 2006.

‘The Importance of Wittgenstein’s Philosophy of Mathematics to Social Philosophy’, Groningen, April 2006.

‘Connecting Sartre and Gilbert on Social Ontology’, Lexington, January 2006.

‘Knowledge, Ignorance, and the Value of Freedom’, Hamburg, January 2006.

‘Verklaren de speltheorie: Bij de verlening van een studieprijs van de Stichting Praemium Erasmianum in 2005’, Amsterdam, December 2005.

‘Hurley on Game Theory and Mind Reading’, Groningen, December 2005.

‘On the Logical Form of Reasons for Valuing Freedom’, Interdisciplinary Workshop Rational Choice and Normative Philosophy, Galway, August 2005.

‘Epistemic Logic and Epistemology’, Utrecht, April 2005.

‘Logic and Rational Solutions in Games, The Dynamics of Reason, Amsterdam, December 2004.

‘Logic, Games, and Paradoxes’, The Logic Tea, Amsterdam, October 2004.

‘On the Narrow Epistemology of Game Theoretic Agents’, Logic, Games, and Philosophy: Foundational Perspectives, Prague, September 2004.

‘Game Theory: Normative Interpretations and Epistemological Bias’, Rotterdam, September 2004.

‘On Epistemological Assumptions in Game Theory’, Paris, May 2004.

‘On Game Theoretic Explanations’, Amsterdam, March 2004.

‘On Two Theorems about the Nash Equilibrium’, Groningen, September 2003.

‘We and the Plural Subject’, Collective Intentionality III, Rotterdam, December 2002.

‘Realizing Virtual Happy Families’, Amsterdam, 2002.

‘Popper’s Conception of the Rationality Principle in the Social Sciences’, Karl Popper 2002 Centenary Congress, Vienna, July 2002.

‘A Characterization of Backward Induction and Sequential Equilibrium in Propositional Dynamic Logic’, Fifth Conference on Logic and the Foundations of Game and Decision Theory, Turin, June 2002.

‘On a Paradox of Backwards Induction’, Fourth European Congress for Analytic Philosophy, Lund, June 2002.

‘Subgame Perfection in Propositional Dynamic Logic’, Liverpool, May 2002.

‘Sur le paradoxe de l’induction à rebours’, Logique et Rationalité, Institut d’Histoire et philosophie des sciences et techniques, Paris, March 2002.

‘Backwards Induction’, Seminar The Logic of Rational Agency, Dagstuhl, January 2002.

‘Backward Induction’, Dutch Research School for Logic, Nunspeet, 2001.

‘Meaning, and Rationality, and Some Remarks on Backward Induction’, Workshop Logethics, Amsterdam, September 2001.

‘Wittgenstein’s Philosophy of Mathematics and the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence’, 24th International Wittgenstein Symposium, Kirchberg/Wechsel, August 2001.

‘Games and Reasons’, Dutch Research School for Logic, Nunspeet, 2000.

‘Rationality, Knowledge, and Games’, Amsterdam, October 2000.

‘Modeling Knowledge in Games’, Amsterdam, June 2000.

‘Game Theory and Rationality’, Games in Logic, Language and Computation, Amsterdam, 2000.

‘Wittgenstein’s Objections Against the Frege-Russell Definition of Number’, 22nd International Wittgenstein Symposium, Kirchberg/Wechsel, August 1999.

‘Games and Transformations’, Amsterdam, March 1999.

‘Speltheorie ontmoet logica’, Amsterdam, January 1999.

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