February–June 2022







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Perspectives on science seminar
20.5.2024 Patricia Rich (University of Bayreuth): “The Evolution of Cooperation … in Science”

Perspectives on science seminar
13.5.2024 Emrah Aydinonat (University of Helsinki: Economic Models as Argumentative Devices

Perspectives on science seminar
6.5.2024 Mattia Gallotti (London Interdisciplinary School): “Towards a Framework for Interdisciplinary Integrative Research”

Perspectives on science seminar
29.4.2024 Kármen Kovács (University of Pécs): “The Evolution of Cooperation … in Science The impact of impatience on the consumer utility derived from innovation from a behavioural economic perspective”

Perspectives on science seminar
8.4.2024 Charlie Kurth (Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies; Western Michigan University): “What is the Place of Emotion AI in Moral Education?”

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20-22 June 2023
Institutional Epistemology Workshop
Invited speakers include Elizabeth Anderson (University of Michigan), Daniel Steel (The University of British Columbia) and Alison Wylie (The University of British Columbia) The workshop takes place in Helsinki
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28 April, 2023
Panel discussion: Can economics save the world?
An event held by the ReSES Argumenta project. The panel discussion is chaired by Magdalena Małecka, and features a opening speech by Erik Angner, and panelists Outi Haanperä, Minna Ylikännö, and Sixten Korkman.
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8 February, 2023
Panel discussion: Are economists up for the challenges of the day?
An event held by the ReSES Argumenta project. The panel discussion is chaired by Uskali Mäki, and features a keynote by Wendy Carlin, and panelists Riina Bhatia, Eeva Hellström, Mika Pantzar and Roope Uusitalo.
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8-9 December, 2022
Nordic Network for the Science of Science
Workshop 2: Mixed methods in the science of science

Keynote speakers include Valentina Tartari (Copenhagen Business School), James Evans (University of Chicago), Vasso Kindi (University of Athens) and others.
Organized by Institute for Analytical Sociology (IAS). The team includes Samuli Reijula (TINT / Helsinki University)
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