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Evolutionary mechanisms

15.04.2019
To my best knowledge, neuroeconomists never refer to Friedrich Hayek as founder of their discipline. But he should be included at least in the list of the most important intellectual progenitors. His 1952 book ‘The Sensory Order’ is a highly abstract philosophy of the brain, came surprisingly close to Hebb’s emerging paradigm of connectionism, and... READ MORE
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Prof. Dr. Carsten Herrmann-Pillath
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Witten | General | 2019

The Case for an Aristotelian Oath in Finance

01.04.2019
In the recently published ‘Festschrift’ for Karl-Heinz Brodbeck I have a paper (in German) that argues in favour of an ‘Aristotelian Oath’ in finance. This goes back to the insights gained by our INSOSCI project. The core idea is that agency in the financial sector manifests a collectively shared identity. Hence, resolving certain problems of... READ MORE
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Prof. Dr. Carsten Herrmann-Pillath
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Witten | General | 2019

What is Social Neuroeconomics?

14.03.2019
At the INSOSCI book symposium we discussed various suggestions for the title of our volume of collected papers that will be published by Routledge. We ended up with: ‘Social Neuroeconomics: The Integration of the Neurosciences and the Social Sciences’. So, what is Social Neuroeconomics? There is already an occasional use in the literature of that... READ MORE
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Prof. Dr. Carsten Herrmann-Pillath
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Witten | General | 2019
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