Submitted by Barbara Osimani (Univpm Acona/MCMP).
Ancona, The Marche –Italy, 30-31 August 2019.
Extended deadline: 2nd July 2019.
The second edition of the Bayes By the Sea conference: “Formal Epistemology, Statistics, and Game Theory” aims to bring together philosophers of statistics and of the scientific method, methodologists and metascientists, as well as economists and game-theorists, in order to refresh the debate on the foundations of the sciences from new perspectives, with a special focus on scientific rationality, scientific misconduct, science economics, foundations of statistics and the scientific method, in diverse scientific ecosystems characterized by distinctive practices, structures, and institutions.
A special attention will be devoted this year also to formal/conceptual tools of game theory/rational choice theory in representing and studying the interactions of agents operating in scientific ecosystems as strategic behavior of rational players, whose repeated interactions shape the current scientific practices.
- Peter Brössel (Bochum)
- Clelia Di Serio (Milan)
- Andrés Pereas (Maastricht)
- Jan Sprenger (Turin)
We welcome contributions from: (Formal/Social) Epistemology, Philosophy and Foundations of Statistics, Metascience and Scientific Methodology, (Epistemic) Game Theory, Decision Theory, Science Economics, Law, and Ethics.
Deadline for Paper/Poster Submission: 25th June 2019.
Please submit a short abstract (max 500 words) via Easychair.
Stefano Bonzio (Univpm Ancona)
William Peden (Univpm Ancona; Durham)
Barbara Osimani (Univpm Ancona; LMU)
Mantas Radzvilas (MCMP/LMU Munich)
Todd Stambaugh (MCMP/LMU Munich; CUNY)