08/2020-present, London School of Economics: Associate Professor
09/2016-08/2020, London School of Economics: Assistant Professor
2012-2017, University of Toronto: PhD in Philosophy; Committee: Sergio Tenenbaum (advisor), Joseph Heath, Julia Nefsky, and Jonathan Weisberg; Passed without corrections in March 2017, awarded the Governor General’s Gold Medal in May 2017, and the David Savan Dissertation Prize in 2018. Read my dissertation here.
2017, London School of Economics: Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (Associate Level)
2016, Stanford University: Visiting PhD Student (January-March)
2013, 2014, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München: Visiting PhD Student at the Munich Centre for Mathematical Philosophy (April-August)
2010-2012, Erasmus University Rotterdam: Research Master in Philosophy and Economics at the Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics (EIPE) – Cum Laude
2007-2010, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University: BA (Hons) in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) – 1st Class Honours
- “Risk Imposition by Artificial Agents: The Moral Proxy Problem” forthcoming in Silja Vöneky, Philipp Kellmeyer, Oliver Müller and Wolfram Burgard (eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Responsible Artificial Intelligence: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Cambridge University Press.
- “Folk Psychology and the Interpretation of Decision Theory”, Ergo, forthcoming.
- “Judgementalism about Normative Decision Theory”, Synthese 198, pp. 6767–6787, 2021.
- “In Defence of Revealed Preference Theory”, Economics and Philosophy 37 (2), pp. 163-187, 2021.
- “Instrumental Rationality Without Separability”, Erkenntnis 85, pp. 1219–1240, 2020.
- “No Escape from Allais: Reply to Buchak”, (with Jonathan Weisberg) Philosophical Studies 177 (9), pp. 2493-2500, 2020.
- “Risk Aversion and the Long Run”, Ethics 129 (2), pp. 230–253, 2019.
- “Decision Theory”, in The Open Handbook of Formal Epistemology, edited by Richard Pettigrew and Jonathan Weisberg, published online at PhilPapers, 2019.
- “Temptation and Preference-Based Instrumental Rationality”, in José Bermudez (ed.), Self-Control, Decision Theory, and Rationality, Cambridge University Press, 2018.
- “Risk Writ Large” (with Jonathan Weisberg), Philosophical Studies 174 (9), pp. 2369–2384, 2017.
- Response by Lara Buchak: “Replies to Commentators”, Philosophical Studies 174 (9), pp. 2397-2414, 2017.
- “On the Hidden Thought Experiments of Economic Theory”, in Philosophy of the Social Sciences 46(2), pp. 129–146, 2016.
- “Bargaining and the Impartiality of the Social Contract”, in Philosophical Studies 172 (12), pp. 3335-3355, 2015.
- “The Epistemic Division of Labor Revisited”, in Philosophy of Science 82 (3), pp. 454-472, 2015.
Book Reviews and Other Writing:
- “How should artificial agents make risky choices on our behalf?”, LSE Philosophy Blog, June 2021.
- “Post-Covid 19 Economic Development and Policy”, Recommendations to the Scottish Economic Recovery Group, Head Author Paul Anand.
- “Economics Rules, Dani Rodrik, W. W. Norton & Company, 2015, xv + 253 pages.” Economics and Philosophy 34 (1), pp. 127-133, 2018. Penultimate version here.
- “Negotiating with myself”, LSE Philosophy Blog, June 2016.
- “Jarvie and Zamora-Bonilla. The SAGE Handbook of the Philosophy of Social Sciences” in Theoria 29 (2), pp. 311-315, 2014.
- “Van Bouwel. The Social Sciences and Democracy” in Theoria 27 (2), pp. 247-251, 2012.
- Excellence in Education Award, London School of Economics (2018, 2020)
- David Savan Dissertation Prize for the best philosophy dissertation at the University of Toronto (2018)
- Governor General’s Gold Medal for the best graduate student across the humanities and social sciences at the University of Toronto (2017)
- Connaught International Excellence Scholarship at the University of Toronto (2012-2017)
- Martha Lile Love Essay Award for the best graduate course paper, University of Toronto Philosophy Department, for “Temptation, Regret, and Risk-Taking” (2014)
- Research award from the University of Toronto’s Germany/Europe Fund (2014)
- Prof. Bruinsprijs at Erasmus University for the best research master student across all faculties (2012)
- Huygens Scholarship to study in the Netherlands, through the Netherlands Organisation for International Cooperation in Higher Education (2011-2012)
- Fellowship with the German Academic Foundation/Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (2008-2012)
- Special Awards: Study Abroad Scholarship (2010-2012), BCG Ambassador Scholarship (2008-2010)
- College Scholarship at Lady Margaret Hall (2009-2010)
- Gavin Cameron Prize in Economics at Lady Margaret Hall (2008)
Service to the Profession:
- Senior Co-Chair, Women’s Caucus of the European Philosophy of Science Association (since September 2019)
- Editorial Roles: Book Reviews Editor, Economics and Philosophy (since January 2018); Editorial Board Member, LSE Press (since December 2020); Consulting Editor, Theoria; Advisory Board Member, Kriterion.
- Journal Referee for: Analysis; Australasian Journal of Philosophy; British Journal for Philosophy of Science; Canadian Journal of Philosophy; Diametrus; Economics and Philosophy; Economics Letters; Economic Thought; Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics; Ergo; Erkenntnis; Ethics; European Journal for Philosophy of Science; International Studies in the Philosophy of Science; Journal of Applied Logic; Journal of Applied Philosophy; Journal of Economic Methodology; Journal of Philosophy; Journal of Practical Ethics; Journal of Value Inquiry; Mind; Moral Philosophy and Politics; Noûs; Philosophia; Philosophical Papers; Philosophical Psychology; Philosophical Quarterly; Philosophical Studies; Philosophy and Phenomenological Research; Philosophy of Science; Philosophy, Politics, and Economics; Review of Social Economy; Synthese; Theory and Decision; Utilitas.
- Book Publisher Referee for: Bloomsbury Publishing; Oxford University Press, Routledge.
- Conference Programme Referee for: Agent-Based Models in Philosophy: Prospects and Limitations Conference; British Society for Philosophy of Science Annual Conference; Formal Epistemology Workshop; Formal Ethics Conference; Saint Louis Conference for Reasons and Rationality; The Soul of Economics Conference.