I am Professor of Practical Philosophy at Stockholm University. As a result of serious mission creep, I hold two PhDs – one in Economics and one in History and Philosophy of Science – both from the University of Pittsburgh. I am the author of two books, Hayek and Natural Law (2007) and A Course in Behavioral Economics, 2nd Ed. (2016), as well as multiple journal articles and book chapters on behavioral and experimental economics; the science and philosophy of happiness; and the history, philosophy, and methodology of contemporary economics. During 2019 I will be in residence at the Institute for Futures Studies, while completing a book project on the foundations of behavioral economics and the nudge agenda.
Read more about the project: "Foundations of Behavioral Economics and the Nudge Agenda".
Angner, Erik (in press) "We're All Behavioral Economists Now," Journal of Economic Methodology
Angner, Erik (2018) "What Preferences Really Are," Philosophy of Science 85(4):660–681.
Angner, Erik (2018) "Det lätta och det rätta," Filosofisk tidskrift 2018/3:3–10 [in Swedish].