Economic methodology; game theory; experimental economics of risk and time preferences, addiction and impulsive consumption; gambling behaviour and gambling regulatory policy; general philosophy of science



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INVITED TALKS



  1. Quining Qualia Quine's Way. At symposium `Qualia and Materialism / Les qualia et le matérialisme,' University of Ottawa, February 1992.




  1. Toward a New Philosophy of Positive Economics. With C. LaCasse, to the Department of Philosophy, Université du Québec à Montréal, November 19, 1993.




  1. The Real Objects of Microeconomics. To the Department of Philosophy, University of Waterloo, December 3, 1993.




  1. La philosophie de la science en fin de regime. Au 62e congrès de l'Association canadienne-française pour l'avancement des sciences, l'Université du Québec à Montréal, le 19 mai, 1994.




  1. A Game Theoretic Critique of Economic Contractarianism. To the Department of Philosophy, Université du Québec à Montréal, February 1995.




  1. Robbins on Economic Causation. At the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, Université du Québec à Montréal, June 1995.




  1. War as Trade Gone Awry: An Economic Explanation of the Origins of the Second World War'. At the international conference, `Kant, la paix et les nations unies,' University of Ottawa, October 1995.




  1. The Nature of Historical Revisionism: Two Case Studies. To the Department of Philosophy, Memorial University, St. John's, Newfoundland, February 1996.




  1. Expunging the Normative: Game-Theoretic Foundations for Positive Economics. To the Department of Economics, Memorial University, St. John's, Newfoundland, February 1996.




  1. Distinguishing Amongst Stalin's Terrors. To the Department of History, Memorial University, St. John's, Newfoundland, February 1996.




  1. On Dumouchel's Theory of the Emotions. At the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, Brock University, St. Catherine's, Canada, June 1996.




  1. Realism and Projectibility. At the conference, `Induction, Projectibility and Nelson Goodman,' University of Ottawa, April 1997.




  1. Realism and Isolation in Game Theory: The Problem of Typing Games. At the World Congress of Philosophy, Boston, MA, August 1998.




  1. Rainforest Realism: A Dennettian Theory of Existence. At the international conference, `Dennett's Philosophy: A Comprehensive Assessment', Memorial University of Newfoundland, November 1998.




  1. The Role of the Emotions in Bargaining: A Neo-Humean Account. With Paul Dumouchel, for the Cognitive Science Distinguished Lecture, Carleton University, Canada, January 1999.




  1. Philosophical Aspects of the Hayek-Keynes Debate on Monetary Policy and Theory, 1925-1937. At the Université du Québec à Montréal, June 1999.




  1. Systems, Models and Explanations in the Special Sciences. At the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, Université du Sherbrooke, June 1999.




  1. The Monetary Policy Debate in Britain, 1925-37: What Was the Argument About?. To the Department of Economics, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia, September 1999.




  1. Price Buffering and Strategic R&D: Defense Mechanisms for Market Incumbents. With Guy Wolf, to the Faculty of Business and Public Management, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia, September 1999.




  1. The Cognitive Function of Emotions: A Neo-Smithian Account. To the Department of Philosophy, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia, September 1999.




  1. Learning, Cognition and Ideology. The Richard Turner Memorial Lecture, University of Natal-Durban, May 2000.




  1. Game-Theoretic Foundations for the Behavioural Sciences. To the Rhodes University Spring Colloquium, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa, September 2000.




  1. Emotions as Strategic Signals. To the Rhodes University Spring Colloquium, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa, September 2000.




  1. Agency in Economics, Cognitive Science and Game Theory. At the Centre for Applied Ethics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, October 2000.




  1. Game-theoretic Foundations of the Behavioural Sciences. At the Centre for Applied Ethics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, November 2000.




  1. Causal Closure of the Physical and the Dynamics of Intentional Causation. With David Spurrett, at the Annual Conference on the Philosophy of Science, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 2001.




  1. The Study of Everything, By All Means: Fisette and Poirier on the Philosophy of Mind. At the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, Université Laval, Quebec City, May 2001.




  1. Game Theory and the New Route to Eliminativism About Propositional Attitudes. To the Philosophy Department, Université du Québec à Montréal, November 2001.




  1. Game Theory and the New Route to Eliminativism About Propositional Attitudes. To the Centre for Cognitive Science, Carleton University, November 2001.




  1. Evolutionary Economics, Evolutionary Psychology and Systematic Behavioral Science. To the Annual Conference on the Philosophy of Science, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 2002.




  1. A New - and Much Better - Argument for Eliminativism; and How to Answer It. At the Annual Spring Colloquium in Philosophy, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa, September 2002.




  1. Moral Naturalism, Moralized Preferences and Game Determination Problems. To the Department of Philosophy, Duke University, October 2002.




  1. Externally Anchored Sentiments. At the conference on `mind AND world,' University of Natal, Durban, March 2003.




  1. Emotional and Moral Signalling in Evolutionary Games. At Annual Conference on the Philosophy of Science, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 2003.




  1. Informational-topological Foundations for Scientific Metaphysics. At the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, Halifax, Canada, May-June 2003.




  1. Moralized Preferences. To the Department of Philosophy, University of Bristol, May 2004.




  1. The WTO, Developing Countries and `Unfair’ Trade. Meaker Fellowship Lecture, University of Bristol, May 2004.




  1. In Defence of Standard Welfare Measurement. At the Colloquium for Amartya Sen, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa, July 2004.




  1. In Defense of Standard Welfare Measurement’. To the School of Economics, Georgia Institute of Technology, November 2004.




  1. The Economics of the Sub-personal: Two Research Programs. At the Annual Meetings of the American Economics Association, Boston, January 2005.




  1. The Principle of Naturalistic Closure. At the Annual Meetings of the Philosophical Society of Southern Africa, Pietermaritzberg, South Africa, January 2005.




  1. Behavioral Economics, Neuroeconomics and Problem Gambling. At the conference on `Commercial Gambling: Costs and Benefits’, Livingstone, Zambia, February 2005.




  1. Should Developing Country Governments Seek to be Ethical in International Economic Processes?’ At the Annual Meetings of the Eastern Economics Association, New York City, March 2005.




  1. The Economic and Evolutionary Basis of Selves. At `Individual Volition and Distributed Cognition: The Second Conference of the Mind and World Working Group’, Birmingham, AL, March 2005.




  1. Modeling the Evolution of Selves. At Annual Conference on the Philosophy of Science, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 2005.




  1. Poor Countries and Moral Critique of International Economic Institutions. At the 22nd IVR World Congress, Grenada, Spain, May 2005.




  1. The Politics of Antiretroviral Access in South Africa. To the Department of Political Studies, London School of Economics, June 2005.




  1. List and Pettit on Group Agency and Supervenience. At the 2005 Spindel Conference, University of Memphis, September 2005.




  1. Roundtable participant in session on `International Trade and Poverty’. At the Annual Meetings of the American Philosophical Association Pacific Division, Portland, Oregon, March 2006.




  1. Why There’s No Such Thing as Sex Addiction (and Why It Matters). At the Annual Conference on the Philosophy of Science, Inter-University Centre, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 2006.




  1. Extra-personal, Sub-personal and Personal Dynamics in Economics. At the conference on Issues in the Philosophy of Economics, University of Alabama at Birmingham, May 2006.




  1. Extended Reasons, Social Norms and the Multiplicity of Agent Boundaries. At the conference on ‘The Extended Mind II’, University of Hertfordshire, UK, July 2006.




  1. Do Evolutionary-economic Accounts of Norms Imply Quiet Policies? At Workshop on Naturalistic Perspectives on Economic Behavior - Are There Any Normative Correlates?, Max Planck Institute for Economics, Jena, October 2006.




  1. Gambling and the Brain. At The Salford Seminar on Gambling Policy and Regulation, London, UK, November 2006.




  1. Institutionally Fostered Economic Agents vs. Team Agents. At the Annual Meetings of the American Economics Association, Chicago, January 2007.




  1. Economic Models of Impulsivity. At conference on What is Addiction?, University of Alabama at Birmingham, May 2007.




  1. Narrated Selves as Coordinating Equilibria in Social Games. At conference on Narrative Alternatives to Theory of Mind, University of Hertfordshire, UK, July 2007.




  1. Neuroeconomics: What is it? Why are we doing it? At conference on Frontiers of Psychiatry, University of Stellenbosch (South Africa), August 2007.




  1. Picoeconomics and Neuroeconomics. A Case Study of their Interaction. To the Department of Economics, University of Stellenbosch (South Africa), August 2007.




  1. Economics of Road Surface Choice in the Context of ‘Infrastructure for Development’. With K. Field, at the 9th Conference on Asphalt Pavements in Southern Africa, Gaborone, Botswana, September 2007.




  1. Lionel Robbins and Broad Positivism: All the Philosophy an Economist Needs. At Conference on the 75th Anniversary of Lionel Robbins’s Essay on the Nature and Significance of Economic Science, London School of Economics, November 2007.




  1. Non-domesticating Metaphysics. At conference on ‘La science, un modèle pour la métaphysique?’, Université de Paris 1, November 2007.




  1. Syndrome Stabilization in Psychiatry: Pathological Gambling as a Case Study. At Roundtable on Philosophy and Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham, March 2008.




  1. Re-framing Problem and Pathological Gambling: The New Evidence. At Salford Seminar on ‘The Commercial Gambling Industry: What Next?’, London, UK, May 2008.




  1. Economic Models of Procrastination. At conference, Perspectives on Procrastination, CUNY Graduate School, New York, July 2008.




  1. Two Styles of Neuroeconomics. At the Annual Meetings of the International Network for Economic Methodology, Madrid, September 2008.




  1. Neuroeconomics as a Genuine Part of Economics. At conference ‘Neuroeconomics: Hype or Hope?’, Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, Rotterdam, Netherlands, November 2008.




  1. The Neuroeconomics of Addiction. The 2008 Georges Papandreou Lecture, Athens, November 2008.




  1. Classical Game Theory, Socialization, and the Rationalization of Conventions. Seminar for the Department of Economics, University of Athens, November 2008.




  1. Economic Models of Addiction. To the Department of Economics, University of Central Florida, January 2009.




  1. Replies to critics. At ‘Author Meets Critics’ panel on Every Thing Must Go, at the Annual Meetings of the American Philosophical Association Central Division, Chicago, February 2009.




  1. The Neuroeconomics of Gambling and Gambling Addiction. Keynote address at the 14th International Conference on Gambling and Risk-Taking, Lake Tahoe, May 2009.




  1. Results From the 2008 National Urban Prevalence Study. At the 14th International Conference on Gambling and Risk-Taking, Lake Tahoe, May 2009.




  1. Should the Current Financial Crisis Inspire Normative Revision? To the Departments of Economics and Philosophy, University of Utah, November 2009.




  1. Before and After Science. At the conference ‘Does Naturalism Exclude Metaphysics?’, University of Alabama at Birmingham, November 2009. With J. Ladyman.




  1. Should the Current Financial Crisis Inspire Normative Revision? At the conference ‘New Frontiers in Normative Economics and Policy Advice’, Max Planck Institute for Economics, Freiburg, Germany, December 2009.




  1. Comments on Bardsley et al, Experimental Economics. At the Annual Meetings of the American Economic Association, Atlanta, January 2010.




  1. Should the Current Financial Crisis Inspire Normative Revision? At the Annual Meetings of the American Economic Association, Atlanta, January 2010.




  1. Self-control, Discounting and Reward: Why Picoeconomics is Economics. With G. Ainslie, to the School of Business, Georgia State University, March 2010.

  2. Intelligence, Games and Socialization. At the conference for the Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Social Science, University of Alabama at Birmingham, April 2010.

  3. Control of Impulsive and Addictive Choice, Neural Learning, and Ecological Rationality. At the Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, July 2010.

  4. Sociality, Strategic Intelligence and Language as a Coevolutionary Vector; Insights from Studies of Equilibrium Learning. At the conference on Language as Social Coordination: An Evolutionary Perspective, University of Warsaw, September 2010.

  5. Reward Bundling and Addiction: An Experiment Comparing Smokers and Non-smokers. With A. Hofmeyr, G. Ainslie & R. Charlton, to the School of Business, University of Sydney, November 2010.

  6. Designing Microeconomic Experiments in Addiction. With A. Hofmeyr, to the School of Business, University of Sydney, November 2010.

  7. The Neuroeconomics of Addiction. To the School of Business, University of Sydney, November 2010.

  8. Estranged Parents and a Schizophrenic Child: Conceptions of Choice in Economics, Psychology and Neuroeconomics. At the Annual Meeting of the International Network for Economic Methodology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, November 2010.

  9. Disentangling Agent Identities and Consumption Bundles in Dynamic Choices: Motivating Formal Picoeconomics. At the Annual Meetings of the American Economic Association, Denver, January 2011.

  10. Agent-forming dynamics and economic methodology. At the conference ‘Agency and Risk’, Center for Economic Analysis of Risk, Georgia State University, Atlanta, January 2011.

  11. The neuroeconomics of addiction. To the Department of Economics, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, April 2011.

  12. The evolution of individualistic norms. At the conference, ‘Morality and the Cognitive Sciences’, University of Latvia, Riga, May 2011.

  13. Estranged parents and a schizophrenic child: choice in economics, psychology and neuroeconomics. At workshop, ‘Naturalized Philosophy’, University of Tartu, Estonia, May 2011.

  14. Sociality, strategic intelligence and selfhood: Insights from equilibrium learning studies. Keynote lecture at bi-annual ‘Cognitio’ conference, Université du Québec à Montréal, July 2011.

  15. The evolution and strategic dynamics of individualistic norms. Invited lecture at the 14th Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Nancy, France, July 2011.

  16. The neuroeconomics of addiction. To the Programme in Neurophilosophy, Georgia State University, April 2012.

  17. The South African National Longitudinal Study of Gambling Behaviour, at the Alberta Gambling Research Institute 11th Annual Conference, “The Causes of Problem Gambling”, Banff, Canada, April 2012.

  18. Inconsistent risky choice in South African community samples. With G. Etheredge, G. Harrison, A. Hofmeyr, H. Kincaid, & D. Munene. At the 21st Annual Meeting of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, University of Stellenbosch, July 2012.

  19. New econometric methods for estimating risk and time preferences based on lottery-choice experiments. With A, Hofmeyr. At the 2012 Annual Convention of the Actuarial Society of South Africa, Cape Town, October 2012.

  20. Social foundations of consistent preferences: philosophical and neural learning background, and an experiment on a breakdown. To the Department of Philosophy, Australian National University, Canberra, November 2012.

  21. Social foundations of consistent preferences: philosophical and neural learning background, and an experiment on a breakdown. At conference on “Selfhood, self-representation and agency”, University of Sydney, November 2012.

  22. Social foundations of consistent preferences: philosophical and neural learning background, and an experiment on a breakdown. To the Department of Economics, George Mason University, April 2013.

  23. Modality for naturalists. At Workshop on Philosophy of Science, University of Johannesburg, September 2013.


COMMUNITY LECTURES


  1. Prospects for the South African Investment Market: Why the Mug is Half-Full. At the Annual Dinner of the Irish - South African Business Club, Cape Town, April 1999.




  1. World Economic Integration: Prospects for the Next Ten Years. Invited lecture to the Spoornet Seminar, Centre for Scientific and Industrial Research, Pretoria, South Africa, February 2001.




  1. Evolutionary Psychology and Consciousness. University of Cape Town Summer Lecture Series, January 2002.




  1. How Important is it that the Mind Evolved? Lecture to the Royal Society of South Africa, Cape Town, March 2002.




  1. Beyond Socialism and Capitalism: Unconditional Income, Freedom Maximization and the Southern African Context. Invited public lecture, University of Natal - Durban, October 2002.




  1. Strategic Interactions Among Cultures. University of Cape Town Summer Lecture Series, January 2003.




  1. Escaping the Tyranny of Obsolete Political Labels. Lecture to the Annual Seminar of the South African Free Market Foundation, Cape Town, October 2003.




  1. Investment Decisions and the Brain. Investec Lecture Series, Cape Town, South Africa, July 2004.




  1. What can Biology Tell Us about Race and Racism? Lecture at Donaldson Penitentiary, Alabama, December 2004.




  1. 2005 Global Economic Politics and the Outlook for South Africa. Public lecture, Cape Town Club, July 2005.




  1. Why Did People Evolve Selves and Personalities? New Horizons Lecture, University of Alabama at Birmingham, March 2006.




  1. The 2008 American Presidential Election: Implications for South Africa. Public lecture, Cape Town Club, May 2008.




  1. The Neuroeconomics of Addiction. To the staff of the Kenilworth Clinic for Substance Abuse, Cape Town, September 2009.




  1. The Six Main Challenges for South Africa’s Next Generation of Leaders. To the Head Office staff of Proctor & Gamble South Africa, Johannesburg, November 2010.




  1. Neuroeconomics for Mass Communicators. The Actuate Lecture, Johannesburg, South Africa, June 2012.








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