CURRICULUM VITAE. Erik Angner, PhD

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CURRICULUM VITAE Erik Angner, PhD http://erikangner.com Department of Philosophy George Mason University 4400 University Drive, MS 3F1 Fairfax, VA 22030, USA

Phone: +1-703-993-5602 (office) Fax: +1-703-993-1297 Email: [email protected] Twitter: @ErikAngner

APPOINTMENTS AT GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY (GMU) Associate Professor. Department of Philosophy Affiliated faculty. Department of Economics Affiliated faculty. School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs Affiliated faculty. Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science Senior Fellow. Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy Director. Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) Program PREVIOUS APPOINTMENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM (UAB) Assistant/Associate Professor (tenured 2011). Department of Philosophy Affiliated faculty. Department of Marketing, Industrial Distribution, and Economics Director. Interdisciplinary program in Philosophy and Political Economy (PPE) Co-Director. Regulatory and Research Ethics Component, Center for Clinical and Translational Science Scientist. Center for Outcomes and Effectiveness Research and Education Associate Scientist. Minority Health and Research Center Investigator. Center for Education and Research on Therapeutics EDUCATION University of Pittsburgh. Ph.D., History and Philosophy of Science (2005) University of Pittsburgh. Ph.D., Economics (2004) Uppsala University. M.A., Theoretical Philosophy (1997) Uppsala University. B.A., Theoretical Philosophy and Mathematics (1995) BOOKS Angner, Erik (2012) A Course in Behavioral Economics (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan) A Chinese translation is in print and scheduled to appear in 2015 A second edition is under contract and due out in 2016 Angner, Erik (2007) Hayek and Natural Law (London: Routledge) PUBLICATIONS (PEER REVIEWED) Angner, Erik (online first) “‘To Navigate Safely in the Vast Sea of Empirical Facts’: Ontology and Methodology in Behavioral Economics,” Synthese. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11229-014-0552-9 Angner, Erik (2013) “Is Empirical Research Relevant to Philosophical Questions?,” Res Philosophica 90(3): 343–363. http://dx.doi.org/10.11612/resphil.2013.90.3.4 Angner, Erik (2013) “Is it Possible to Measure Happiness? The Argument from Measurability,” European Journal for Philosophy of Science 3(2): 221–240. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s13194-013-0065-2 Last modified March 17, 2015

Angner, Erik, Jennifer Ghandhi, Kristen Williams Purvis, Daniel Amante, and Jeroan Allison (2013) “Daily Functioning, Health Status, And Happiness In Older Adults,” Journal of Happiness Studies 14(5): 1563–1574. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10902-012-9395-6 Cuffee, Yendelela L., Erik Angner, Norman Oliver, Deborah Plumber, Catarina Kiefe, Jeroan J. Allison, and Sandral Hullett (2012) “Does Happiness Predict Medication Adherence among African Americans with Hypertension?,” Applied Research in Quality of Life 7(4): 403–412. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11482-012-9170-1 Angner, Erik (2011) “Are Subjective Measures of Well-Being ‘Direct’?,” Australasian Journal of Philosophy 89(1): 115–130. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00048400903401665 Angner, Erik (2011) “The Evolution of Eupathics: The Historical Roots of Subjective Measures of Wellbeing,” The International Journal of Wellbeing 1(1): 4–41. http://dx.doi.org/10.5502/ijw.v1i1.14 Angner, Erik, Sandral Hullett, and Jeroan J. Allison (2011) “‘I’ll Die with the Hammer in my Hand’: John Henryism as a Predictor of Happiness,” Journal of Economic Psychology 32(3): 357–366. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.joep.2011.01.002 Angner, Erik (2010) “Subjective Well-Being,” Journal of Socio-Economics 39(3): 361–368. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.socec.2009.12.001 Angner, Erik, Michael J. Miller, Midge N. Ray, Kenneth G. Saag, and Jeroan J. Allison (2010) “Health Literacy and Happiness: A Community-Based Study,” Social Indicators Research 95(2): 325–338. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11205-009-9462-5 Angner, Erik, Midge N. Ray, Kenneth G. Saag, and Jeroan J. Allison (2009) “Health and Happiness Among Older Adults: A Community-Based Study,” Journal of Health Psychology 14(4): 503–512. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1359105309103570 Cobaugh, Daniel J., Erik Angner, Catarina I. Kiefe, Rachel. B. Fry, Midge N. Ray, Cynthia L. LaCivita, Norman W. Weissman, Kenneth G. Saag, and Jeroan J. Allison (2008) “Effects of Racial Differences on Ability to Afford Prescription Medications,” American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy 65(22): 2137–2143. http://dx.doi.org/10.2146/ajhp080062 Angner, Erik (2006) “Economists as Experts: Overconfidence in Theory and Practice,” Journal of Economic Methodology 13(1): 1–24. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13501780600566271 Angner, Erik (2004) “Revisiting Rawls: A Theory of Justice in the Light of Levi’s Theory of Decision,” Theoria 70(1): 3–21. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1755-2567.2004.tb00977.x Angner, Erik (2004) “Did Hayek Commit the Naturalistic Fallacy?,” Journal of the History of Economic Thought 26(3): 349–361. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1042771042000263830 Angner, Erik (2002) “Levi’s Account of Preference Reversals,” Economics and Philosophy 18(2): 289–304. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0266267102002067 Angner, Erik (2002) “The History of Hayek’s Theory of Cultural Evolution,” Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 33(4): 695–718. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1369-8486(02)00024-9 Lindahl, Gabriel, Erik Angner, Urban Rosenqvist, and Ragnar Westerling (2002) “Viktigt med bra kunskapsunderlag för besparingsförslag i vården,” Läkartidningen 99(13): 1482–1484 PUBLICATIONS (BOOK CHAPTERS) Angner, Erik (in press) “Well-Being and Economics,” in Guy Fletcher (Ed.) The Routledge Handbook of the Philosophy of Well-Being (London, Routledge) Angner, Erik and George Loewenstein (2012) “Behavioral Economics,” in Uskali Mäki (Ed.) Handbook of the Philosophy of Science: Philosophy of Economics (Amsterdam: Elsevier), pp. 641–690. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-444-51676-3.50022-1

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Angner, Erik (2011) “Current Trends in Welfare Measurement,” in John B. Davis and D. Wade Hands (Eds.) The Elgar Companion to Recent Economic Methodology (Northampton: Edward Elgar), pp. 121–154. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857938077.00012 Angner, Erik (2009) “The Politics of Happiness: Subjective vs. Economic Measures as Measures of Social Well-Being,” in Lisa Bortolotti (Ed.) Philosophy and Happiness (New York: Palgrave), pp. 149–166 Angner, Erik (2009) “Subjective Measures of Well-Being: Philosophical Perspectives,” in Harold Kincaid and Don Ross (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Economics (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp. 560–579. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780195189254.003.0021 Angner, Erik (2008) “The Philosophical Foundations of Subjective Measures of Well-Being,” in Luigino Bruni, Flavio Comim, and Maurizio Pugno (Eds.) Capabilities and Happiness (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp. 286–298 Loewenstein, George and Erik Angner (2003) “Predicting and Indulging Changing Preferences,” in George Loewenstein, Daniel Read, and Roy Baumeister (Eds.) Time and Decision: Economic and psychological perspectives on intertemporal choice (New York: Russell Sage Foundation), pp. 351– 391 PUBLICATIONS (BOOK REVIEWS) Angner, Erik (in press) “Floris Heukelom, Behavioral Economics: A History (New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. xii, 223. ISBN 9781107039346,” Journal of the History of Economic Thought Angner, Erik (in press) “The world in the model: How economists work and think, by Mary S. Morgan, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2012,” Journal of Economic Methodology Weijers, Dan, Aaron Jarden, Erik Angner, George Burns, Erica Chadwick, Paul Jose, Mohsen Joshanloo, Margarita Tarronga, and Neil Thin (2013). “Review of The Oxford Handbook of Happiness.” International Journal of Wellbeing 3(2): 213–228. http://dx.doi.org/10.5502/ijw.v3i2.253 Angner, Erik (2011) “Fred Feldman, What is This Thing Called Happiness? (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), pp. xv + 286,” Utilitas 23(4): 458–461. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0953820811000318 Erratum published in Utilitas 24(1): 150 (2012). http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0953820811000446 Angner, Erik (2002) “Friedrich Hayek: A biography, Alan Ebenstein. Palgrave, 2001, xiii + 403,” Economics and Philosophy 18(2): 381–385. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0266267102262094 PUBLICATIONS (OTHER) Angner, Erik (2012) “Health Care Policy Libertarians Go For,” Politico, June 26, p. 23 Angner, Erik (2010) “Commentary: Valerie Tiberius on Well-Being for Philosophers,” Wellbeing: A CureAll for the Social Sciences?, Blackwell–Wiley Online Conference. Tubaro, Paola and Erik Angner (2008) “The Future of History of Economics: Young Scholars’ Perspective,” Journal of the History of Economic Thought 30(1): 81–84. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1042771608000069 Angner, Erik (2006) “Response to Caldwell and Reiss’s ‘Hayek, Logic, and the Naturalistic Fallacy,’” Journal of the History of Economic Thought 28(3): 371–373. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10427710600857872 Angner, Erik (2002) “Oärlig kritik,” Dagens Nyheter, 24 October, p. B2 FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS AND AWARDS Recipient of a Curriculum Development Grant from the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being at George Mason University (2013)

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Recipient of a Curriculum Development Grant from the University of Alabama at Birmingham Office of Core Curriculum Enhancement (2011) School of Arts and Humanities Faculty Development Grant, University of Alabama at Birmingham (2011) Third-place award winner, Templeton Enterprise Book Award (2010) Recipient of the Gould Fellowship from the American Foundation for the Paris School of Economics (2010) Nominee for the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Behavioral and Social Sciences Award for Excellence in Mentoring (2010) Nominee for the University of Alabama at Birmingham President’s Teaching Award (2009, 2010) Recipient of a grant from Jan Wallander och Tom Hedelius Stiftelse and Tore Browaldhs Stiftelse (2006) Recipient of a School of Arts and Humanities Faculty Development Grant, University of Alabama at Birmingham (2006) Recipient of an Honorable Mention from the Richard S. Thorn Teaching Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching Assistance, Department of Economics, University of Pittsburgh (2004) Recipient of Hedeliusstipendiet, Jan Wallander och Tom Hedelius Stiftelse (2001, 2003) Recipient of fellowship from the FAS–PBC Fellowship Graduate Fund, University of Pittsburgh (2001) Respondent for graduate students honored at the University of Pittsburgh Honors Convocation (2001) Recipient of the Humane Studies Fellowship, Institute for Humane Studies (2000) Recipient of Carl Erik Levins stipendium, Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (1996–2000) Recipient of fellowship from Fondazione Famiglia Rausing, Swedish Institute in Rome (1999) Recipient of fellowship from the Sweden America Foundation (1996) Recipient of fellowship from Borgrättsfonderna, Office of the Marshal of the Realm, Sweden (1996) Recipient of fellowship from Byzantinska resefonden, Uppsala University (1996) Recipient of Lidéns stipendium, Uppsala University (1995) CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS “The Study of Inequality as a Case Study of Values in Economics,” Allied Social Sciences Association Meetings (Boston, 2015) “Measurement in Medicine,” with Leah McClimans, Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association (Chicago, 2014) “When and Why Subjective Well-Being Matters,” Conference on the Economics of Public Policy (National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, 2014) “When and Why Subjective Well-Being Matters,” Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Moral Psychology (Korea University, 2014) “The Behavioral Revolution and the Science of Persuasion,” The Science of Persuasion Conference (William and Mary Law, 2014) “‘To Navigate Safely in the Vast Sea of Empirical Facts’: Behavioral vs. Neoclassical Economics,” Allied Social Sciences Association Meetings (Philadelphia, 2014) “Apgar Scores and Measurement in Philosophy and Medicine,” Philosophy of Medicine Roundtable (Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, 2013) “Subjective Well-Being,” Society for Philosophy and Psychology Meeting (Brown University, 2013) “‘To Navigate Safely in the Vast Sea of Empirical Facts’: Behavioral vs. Neoclassical Economics,” Virginia Philosophical Association Annual Conference (George Mason University, 2013) “Subjective Well-Being: When, and Why, It Matters,” New Scholarship on Happiness Conference (Duke University, 2013) “‘To Navigate Safely in the Vast Sea of Empirical Facts’: Behavioral vs. Neoclassical Economics,” Ontology and Methodology (Virginia Tech, 2013) 4

“Keynote Address: What Is Behavioral Economics?,” Annual Penn State Risk Management Symposium (Pennsylvania State University, 2013) “The Evolving Role of Rationality in Contemporary Economics,” Reasons and Reasoning Conference (Georgetown University, 2013) “‘To Navigate Safely in the Vast Sea of Empirical Facts’: Behavioral vs. Neoclassical Economics,” Realism and Utopianism in Modern Economics (University of Virginia, 2013) “The Problem with Happiness Measurement,” Dimensions of Measurement Conference (Bielefeld University, 2013) “Subjective Well-Being: When, and Why, It Matters,” Well-Being in Contemporary Society (University of Twente, 2012) “Subjective Well-Being: When, and Why, It Matters,” Measures of Subjective Well-being for Public Policy: Philosophical Perspectives (University of Leeds, 2012) “Subjective Well-Being: When, and Why, It Matters,” How To Bring Joy Into Economics: Revisiting Tibor Scitovsky (1910-2002) (Gaeta, 2012) “Subjective Well-Being: When, and Why, It Matters,” Henle Conference on Happiness and Well-Being (Saint Louis University, 2012) “Empirical Methods in the Science and Philosophy of Happiness,” Empirical Philosophy of Science Conference (University of Aarhus, 2012) “Philosophy and the Science of Happiness,” Keynote Address at the Philosophy and the Science of Happiness Conference and Essay Contest (George Mason University, 2012) “Is Empirical Research Relevant to Philosophical Conclusions?,” Normative Implications of Moral Psychology Conference (University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2011) “Measures of Well-Being and Happiness: How quality of life research is and could be shaping domestic and international economic and social policy-making,” The Memphis Conversation on Evolutionary Theory and Quality of Life (University of Memphis, 2011) “Is Empirical Research Relevant to Philosophical Conclusions?,” Mississippi Philosophical Association Annual Meeting: Experimental Philosophy And Its Critics (Mississippi State University, 2011) “The Problem with Happiness Measurement,” Philosophy of Social Science Roundtable (École Normale Supérieure, Paris, 2011) “Subjective Well-Being: When, and why, it matters,” International Network for Economic Method Conference (University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2010) “Behavioral vs. Neoclassical Economics: A Weberian analysis,” Kazimierz Naturalism Workshop on Economics and Naturalism (Kazimierz, 2010) “Behavioral vs. Neoclassical Economics: A Weberian analysis,” Current Topics in the Philosophy of the Human Sciences (Technische Universität Berlin, 2010) “Subjective Well-Being: When, and why, it matters,” The Annual Meeting of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (University of Amsterdam, 2010) “Behavioral vs. Neoclassical Economics: A Weberian analysis,” Third Congress of the Société de philosophie des sciences (Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris, 2009) “John Henryism and Happiness: A new look at aspiration level theory,” The Annual Conference of the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies (Florence, 2009) “Patient Satisfaction with Medical Encounter as a Predictor of Happiness” (presented by Shannon Nolen), The Annual Conference of the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies (Florence, 2009) “Health and Happiness: The effect of decreased daily functioning on happiness” (presented by Jennifer Ghandhi and Kristen Williams), The Annual Conference of the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies (Florence, 2009)

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“John Henryism and Happiness: A new look at aspiration level theory,” Happiness and Relational Goods Conference (Venice, 2009) “Natural Law and the Science of Happiness,” Natural Law and Economics Consultation (Princeton University, 2009) “The Politics of Happiness,” Ethical and Social Scientific Perspectives on Well-Being (California State University, Long Beach, 2009) “Is It Possible to Measure Happiness?,” Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association (Pittsburgh, 2008) “Health Literacy and Happiness: A community-based study,” Happiness and Capability: Measurement, Theory and Policy Workshop (Radboud University Nijmegen, 2008) “Mandated Volunteering: An Experimental Approach” (presented by Sara Helms), International Economic Science Association Conference (California Institute of Technology, 2008) “What is the Relationship between Neoclassical and Behavioral Theory?,” Workshop: What is the behavioral in behavioral economics? (University of Trento, 2008) “Behavioral Economics and Consumer Preference,” EconomEtica Conference on Sustainability, Environment and Corporate Social Responsibility (Milan, 2008) “Behavioral Economics from a Historical and Methodological Perspective,” Workshop on Economic Theory and History of Theories (University of Paris X–Nanterre, 2008) “The Foundations of Behavioral Welfare Economics,” Taking Stock of Psychological Political Economy: History and Philosophy of Behavioral Economics Conference (University of Eastern Piemonte, Alessandria, 2008) “The Foundations of Behavioral Welfare Economics,” Philosophy of Social Science Roundtable (University of Washington, Seattle, 2008) “The Foundations of Behavioral Welfare Economics,” The Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Science Associations (New Orleans, 2008) “Health and Happiness among Older Adults: A community-based study,” The Annual Conference of the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies (San Diego, 2007) “Mandated Volunteering: An experimental approach” (presented by Sara Helms), Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting (New Orleans, 2007) “Hayek, Cultural Evolution, and the Idea of Spontaneous Order,” Revisiting the Chicago School Conference (University of Notre Dame, 2007) “Mandated Volunteering: An experimental approach” (presented by Sara Helms), Economic Science Association World Meeting (University of Rome, 2007) “Behavioral Economics as Cognitive Science?,” Conference on Interdisciplinary Relations in the Social and Cognitive Sciences (University of Helsinki, 2007) “Behavioral Decision Research and the Origins of Behavioral Economics,” The Annual Meeting of the Associazione Italiana per la Storia dell'Economia Politica (Pollenzo, Italy, 2007) “Happiness: Theory and Measurement,” Happiness and the Meaning of Life Conference (University of Birmingham, England, 2007) “Evolution of Eupathics: The historical roots of subjective measures of well-being,” The Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (New Orleans, 2006) “Hayek and the Natural Law Tradition: A new look at the origin of his thoughts on knowledge in the economy,” The Annual Meeting of the Associazione Italiana per la Storia dell'Economia Politica (University of Lecce, 2006) “Introduction to the Roundtable about the Future of History of Economics,” The Annual Meeting of the Associazione Italiana per la Storia dell'Economia Politica (University of Lecce, 2006)

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“Subjective Measures of Well-Being: Philosophical Perspectives,” Conference on Issues in Philosophy of Economics (University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2006) “The Future of History of Economics,” The Annual Meeting of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (University of Porto, 2006) “Is It Possible to Measure Happiness? The measurement-theoretic argument against subjective measures of well-being,” Philosophy of Social Science Roundtable (University of California, Santa Cruz, 2006) “The Measurement Theoretic Argument Against Subjective Measures of Well-Being,” European Congress for Analytic Philosophy (University of Lisbon, 2005) “The History of Hayek’s Theory of Cultural Evolution Revisited,” The Annual Meeting of the History of Economics Society (University of Puget Sound, 2005) “The Measurement Theoretic Argument Against Subjective Measures of Well-Being,” Capabilities and Happiness: An international conference (University of Milan–Bicocca, 2005) “The History of Hayek’s Theory of Cultural Evolution Revisited,” The Summer Institute for the Preservation of the Study of History of Economics in Economics (George Mason University, 2005) “The Measurement of Well-Being: Critique of an argument against subjective measures,” The Summer School in the History of Economics and Economic Methodology (University of Strasbourg I, 2003) “Revisiting Rawls: A Theory of Justice in the light of Levi’s theory of decision,” The Summer School in Economics and Philosophy (University of the Basque Country, 2002) “Hayek’s Theory of Cultural Evolution,” The Joint Atlantic Seminar for the History of Biology (Harvard University, 2002) “Social Scientists as Experts: Overconfidence in theory and practice,” The Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Science Associations (Atlanta, 2002) “The Theory of Indecision: Levi’s account of preference reversals,” The Biannual Research Conference on Subjective Probability, Utility, and Decision Making (University of Amsterdam, 2001) “Did Hayek Commit the Naturalistic Fallacy?,” The Annual Meeting of the History of Economics Society (Wake Forest University, 2001) “Hayek and Social Evolution,” The Summer Institute for the Preservation of the Study of History of Economics in Economics (George Mason University, 2001) “Social Scientists as Experts: Overconfidence in theory and practice,” The Annual Philosophy of Social Science Roundtable (Washington University, 2001) “On Race, Sex, and Politics: The history of Friedrich von Hayek’s theory of cultural evolution,” The Annual Meeting of the History of Economics Society (University of British Columbia, 2000) “Choice and Preference: The theory of revealed preference theory,” Philosophy and the Social Sciences: A graduate student conference (University of Texas at Austin, 2000) “Choice and Preference: The theory of revealed preference theory,” The Annual Pittsburgh Graduate Philosophy Conference (University of Pittsburgh, 2000) POSTER PRESENTATIONS “The Association Between Happiness and Medication Adherence among African Americans with Hypertension,” with Yendelela L. Cuffee and Jeroan J. Allison, Faces of a Healthy Future: National Conference to End Health Disparities II (Winston-Salem State University, 2009) “Endowment Effects in Aesthetic Judgment: A Survey Study,” with Shannon Nolen, The Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (Boston, MA, 2008) “Racial Differences in Inability to Afford Medications: The Alabama Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug Patient Safety Study,” with Daniel J. Cobaugh, et al., Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Annual Meeting (Washington, DC, 2007)

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INVITED TALKS North Carolina State University. Department of Economics (2015) George Mason University. Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science (2014) Duke University. Department of Economics (2014) George Mason University. F.A. Hayek Workshop in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (2013) University of Bristol. Department of Philosophy (2013) University of Birmingham. Department of Philosophy (2013) St Mary’s College Maryland. Philosophy Club (2013) George Mason University. Center for Consciousness and Transformation (2013) University of Cincinnati. Department of Economics (2013) University of Virginia. Department of Philosophy (2012) George Mason University. Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science (2012) University of Pennsylvania. Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Program (2012) Stevens Institute of Technology. College of Arts and Letters (2012) Lund University. Pufendorf Institute (2011) Uppsala University. Department of Economics (2011) Lafayette College. Department of Economics (2011) George Mason University. Department of Philosophy (2011) Swedish National Road and Transportation Research Institute and Högskolan Dalarna. Department of Economics and Statistics (2008) University of Amsterdam. Department of Economics (2008) University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. Department of Philosophy (2007) University of Helsinki. Department of Social and Moral Philosophy (2007) Central European University, Budapest. Department of Political Science (2007) New York University. Department of Economics (2007) University of Alabama at Birmingham. Theodore Haddin Humanities Forum (2006) University of Alabama at Birmingham. Center for Outcomes and Effectiveness Research and Education (2006) London School of Economics. Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science (2006) Duke University. Department of Economics (2005) Williams College. Department of Economics (2005) University of Alabama at Birmingham. Department of Philosophy (2005) Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm . Unit for Philosophy (2003) University of Gothenburg. Department of Psychology (2003) University of Pittsburgh. Department of Economics (2003) University of Stockholm. Department of Philosophy (1996) OTHER EDUCATIONAL AND/OR EDIFYING EXPERIENCE Liberty Fund. Participant, Colloquium on Lord Kames and Adam Smith in San Francisco, CA (2008) Institute for Humane Studies & Liberty Fund. Lecturer and participant, Advanced Topics in Liberty Seminar: Freedom and Happiness in Arlington, VA (2008) Liberty Fund. Participant, Colloquium on Schumpeter’s Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy in Destin, FL (2008) Moral Psychology Research Group. Participant, Fall 2007 Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA (2007) Liberty Fund. Participant, Colloquium on Hayek’s Law, Legislation and Liberty in Tucson, AZ (2005) Foundation Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings at Lake Constance. Participant, First Meeting of the Winners of the Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel (2004) 8

University of Strasbourg I. Participant, Summer School in the History of Economics and Economic Methodology (2003) University of the Basque Country. Participant, Summer School in Economics and Philosophy (2002) Max Planck Institute for Human Development Berlin. Participant, Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality in Psychology and Economics (2001) University of Florence. Visiting Scholar, Department of Theory and History of Law (1999) Uppsala University. Research Assistant, Department of Social Medicine (1996, 1997) Uppsala University. Participant, Teachers Training Program (1995) McGill University. Visiting Student, Department of Philosophy (1993–1994) TEACHING EXPERIENCE Note: Courses preceded by an asterisk (*) were developed by me.

George Mason University (2012–) *Introduction to Philosophy. Department of Philosophy *Happiness and the Good Life. Department of Philosophy *Seminar: Philosophical Accounts of Well-Being. Department of Philosophy *Theories of Decision. Department of Philosophy University of Alabama at Birmingham (2005–2011) *Advanced Topics in Economics. (Directed Study) Department of Marketing, Industrial Distribution, and Economics *Aesthetics (Directed Study). Department of Philosophy *Behavioral Economics. Department of Marketing, Industrial Distribution, and Economics *Business Ethics and Medical Ethics (Directed Study). Dept of Philosophy *Ethical Theory. Department of Philosophy *Experimental Economics (Directed Study). Department of Philosophy *Happiness Studies (Directed Study). Department of Philosophy *Introduction to Philosophy. Department of Philosophy *Law and Economics (Directed Study). Department of Finance, Economics and Quantitative Methods *Philosophical Problems in Natural and Social Science. Department of Philosophy *Philosophy, Politics and Economics. Department of Philosophy *Philosophy, Economics, and Psychology of Happiness. Honors College Principles of Microeconomics. Department of Finance, Economics and Quantitative Methods University of Pittsburgh (1996–2005) Introduction to Philosophy of Science. Department of Philosophy Introduction to Microeconomics. Department of Economics Morality and Medicine. Department of History and Philosophy of Science Principles of Scientific Reasoning. Department of History and Philosophy of Science Problem Solving: How science works. Department of History and Philosophy of Science Social Philosophy. Department of Philosophy Uppsala University (1996) Introduction to Philosophical Logic. Department of Philosophy UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SUPERVISION “Health and happiness: Decreased daily functionality and subjective happiness,” by Jennifer Ghandhi and Kristen Williams. Presented at the UAB Alabama Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug Safety 9

Study Group (University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2008) and at the Annual Conference of the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies (University of Florence, 2009) “The Effect of Doctor Visits on Happiness in Older Adults: A Community-Based Study,” by Shannon Nolen and Lauren Nolen. Presented at the UAB Alabama Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug Safety Study Group (University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2008) and at the Annual Conference of the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies (University of Florence, 2009) “Endowment Effects in Aesthetic Judgment,” by Shannon Nolen. Presented at the UAB Undergraduate Research Expo (University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2008) and at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association (Boston, 2008) PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Associate Editor — The International Review of Economics (2008–) Editorial Board Member — Applied Research in Quality of Life (2011–) — The International Journal of Wellbeing (2010–) — The Journal of Economic Methodology (2007–) Executive Board Member — International Network for Economic Method (2009–) Treasurer — International Network for Economic Method (2013–) Advisory Board Member — Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics (2008–) Book Reviewer — Routledge Publishers, UK (2002, 2008) — Oxford University Press (2012) External Reviewer — Junior Research Fellowship Scheme, Durham University (2014) — University Committee on Research Awards, City University of New York (2008) Article Editor — Sage OPEN (2014) Scientific-Committee Member — “Economics and Psychology in Historical Perspective” (Paris, 2014) — “Economic Philosophy”(University of Strasbourg, 2014) — “European Network for the Philosophy of the Social Science” (National Distance Education University Madrid, 2014) Referee — American Journal of Economics and Sociology (2001) — American Political Science Review (2009) — Applied Research in Quality of Life (2013–2014) — Archives of Public Health (2009) — Australasian Journal of Philosophy (2008–2010) — Cognitive Systems Research (2007) — Culture, Theory and Critique (2012) — Economic Journal (2009) — Economics and Philosophy (2009, 2012, 2014) — Ethical Theory and Moral Practice (2012, 2014) 10

— Health Economics (2010) — History of Political Economy (2007, 2010, 2013) — International Review of Economics (2008) — International Review of Economics Education (2008) — Journal of Economic Methodology (2002–2014) — Journal of Evolutionary Economics (2012–2013) — Journal of Philosophical Economics (2010) — Philosophical Papers (2009) — Philosophy, Politics and Economics (2010) — Political Psychology (2011) — Science in Context (2008) — Southern Journal of Philosophy (2011) Organizer — Session: “Methodological Perspectives on the Study of Inequality” (Allied Social Sciences Association Meetings, 2015) — Workshop: “Values in Science and Science Policy” (George Mason University, 2014) — Workshop: “Happiness Research and Intellectual Property Law” (University of Nottingham, 2013) — Workshop: “Subjective Measures of Well-Being and the Science of Happiness” (University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2008) — Workshop: “Hayek and Natural Law” (University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2006) — Session: “The Future of the History of Economics: Young scholars’ perspective,” with Paola Tubaro, at the Annual Meeting of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (Porto, 2006) Chair — Allied Social Sciences Association Meetings (Boston, 2015) — Measures of Subjective Well-being for Public Policy: Philosophical Perspectives (University of Leeds, 2012) — International Network for Economic Method Conference (University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2010) — Happiness and Relational Goods Conference (Venice, 2009) — Happiness and Capability: Measurement, Theory and Policy Workshop (Radboud University Nijmegen, 2008) — The Philosophy of Medicine Roundtable (University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2008) — Revisiting the Chicago School Conference (University of Notre Dame, 2007) — The Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association (Vancouver, 2006) — The Annual Meeting of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought, with Paola Tubaro (University of Porto, 2006) — The Annual Meeting of the History of Economics Society (University of Puget Sound, 2005) Commentator — How To Bring Joy Into Economics: Revisiting Tibor Scitovsky (1910-2002) (Gaeta, 2012) — Natural Law and Economics Conference (Princeton, 2009) — Happiness and Relational Goods Conference (Venice, 2009) — The Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (New Orleans, 2006) — The Annual Meeting of the Associazione Italiana per la Storia dell'Economia Politica (University of Lecce, 2006) — The Annual Meeting of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (University of Porto, 2006) — The Annual Meeting of the History of Economics Society (University of Puget Sound, 2005) 11

— Capabilities and Happiness (University of Milan–Bicocca, 2005) — The Annual Meeting of the History of Economics Society (University of Puget Sound, 2005) — The Summer School in the History of Economics and Economic Methodology (University of Strasbourg I, 2003) — The Annual Pittsburgh Graduate Philosophy Conference (University of Pittsburgh, 2002–2003) — The Annual Meeting of the History of Economics Society (Wake Forest University, 2001) UNIVERSITY SERVICE George Mason University Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) Program — Helped develop (2012–2013) — Served as Director (2013–) Academic Program Review Committee — Served as member (2013–) College of Humanities and Social Sciences Undergraduate Curriculum Committee — Served as member (2012–) Department of Philosophy Ad Hoc Enrollment Committee — Served as member (2012–2013) Guest lecture — Gave lecture titled “Happiness,” in Neuroscience, Ethics, and Society PHIL 694 (2014) University of Alabama at Birmingham Center for Ethics and Values in the Sciences — Served as Director (2011) Philosophy and Political Economy (PPE) Program — Served as Director (2007–2011) Children’s Hospital Ethics Committee — Served as member (2006–2011) Department of Philosophy Hiring Committee — Served as member (2006–2007, 2009–2010) Economics Club — Helped restart and served as faculty advisor for (2009–2011) School of Arts and Humanities Faculty Affairs Committee — Served as member (2008–2009) School of Arts and Humanities Library Acquisitions Committee — Served as member (2005–2008) — Participated in Provost Capilouto’s tour of the Georgia Tech and Emory libraries (2006) School of Arts and Humanities Promotion and Tenure Committee — Served as member (2006–2007) Department of Finance, Economics, and Quantitative Methods Hiring Committee — Served as member (2008) Philosophy Club — Helped restart and served as faculty advisor for (2006–2009) — Gave lectures on going to Philosophy graduate school (2006, 2007, 2008) — Gave lectures to Arts and Humanities, Business, and School of Social and Behavioral Sciences majors about the program (2007)

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Visitor activities — Organized visit by George Loewenstein, Carnegie Mellon University (2007) Guest lectures — Gave lecture titled “The Culture, Business and Political Environments in Sweden,” at the International Panel of the UAB International Business Association (2010) — Gave lecture titled “Parlare le lingue” in Introductory Italian ITA 101 (2009) — Gave lecture titled “Causality” in Business Honors Research Methods class BUS 300 (2007) — Gave lecture titled “Allemansrätt: The Concept of ‘Everyman’s Right’ in the context of Swedish culture, social responsibility, and social democracy” in Foreign Cultures class FLL 120 (2006, 2007) — Gave lecture titled “Lagom: The Swedish concept of ‘middle-road’” in Foreign Cultures class FLL 120 (2005) Undergraduate student outreach — Participated in Alpha Lambda Delta’s annual “raft debate” (2010) — Gave keynote address at spring initiation ceremony of the UAB chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta, the national undergraduate honor society (2009) — Participated in, and won, Alpha Lambda Delta’s annual “raft debate” (2007) University of Pittsburgh Arts and Sciences Graduate Committee — Served as Graduate Student Representative (2004–2005) Uppsala University Department of Philosophy Steering Committee — Served as Undergraduate Student Representative (1995–1996) Philosophy Club Filosofilerna — Served as first president (1995–1996) — Co-founded (1995) COMMUNITY SERVICE William E. Donaldson Correctional Facility, Jefferson County, Alabama — Gave lecture entitled “Philosophy and the Good Life” (2011) Huntsville–Madison County Public Library — Gave public lecture entitled “The Philosophy of Happiness” (2010) Financial Planning Association of North Alabama — Gave lecture entitled “Behavioral Finance” (2007) LANGUAGES Swedish. Fluent

English. Fluent

French. Decent

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Italian. Functional

German. Serviceable