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Erik Angner

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Arbetar vid Filosofiska institutionen
E-post erik.angner@philosophy.su.se
Besöksadress Universitetsvägen 10 D, plan 7
Postadress Filosofiska institutionen 106 91 Stockholm

Om mig

Erik Angner är professor i praktisk filosofi vid Stockholms universitet. Han är disputerad både i vetenskapsfilosofi och nationalekonomi och har författat två böcker — Hayek and Natural Law (2007) och A Course in Behavioral Economics (2:a upplagan 2016) — samt ett flertal artiklar i gränslandet mellan filosofi, ekonomi och politik. 

Publikationer

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  • 2019. Erik Angner. Journal of economic methodology 26 (3), 195-207

    Behavioral economics has long defined itself in opposition to neoclassical economics, but recent developments suggest a synthesis may be on the horizon. In particular, several economists have argued that behavioral factors can be incorporated into standard theory, and that the days of behavioral economics are therefore numbered. This paper explores the proposed synthesis and argues that it is distinctly behavioral in nature – not neoclassical. Far from indicating that behavioral economics as a stand-alone research program is over, the proposed synthesis represents the consummate conversion of neoclassical economists into behavioral ones.

  • 2018. Erik Angner. Philosophy of science (East Lansing)
  • 2018. Sara Helms McCarty (et al.). Applied Economics 50 (27), 2992-3006

    This study employs a novel experimental paradigm to examine crowdout effects in volunteering. Using a framework modelled upon money donation experiments, we examine the impact of ‘forced’ volunteering on the amount of time volunteered. We find that subjects exposed to forced volunteering on the mean voluntarily donate less time than subjects in the control condition. Among religious subjects, the crowdout is 52.8%, suggesting warm-glow giving. Among non-religious subjects, the crowdout is 138%, implying altruistic giving. Thus, policies mandating volunteer activity may be associated with sizeable crowdout effects and might have heterogeneous effects across subpopulations.

  • 2016. Erik Angner.

    A Course in Behavioral Economics 2e is an accessible and self-contained introduction to the field of behavioral economics. The author introduces students to the subject by comparing and contrasting its theories and models with those of mainstream economics. Full of examples, exercises and problems, this book emphasises the intuition behind the concepts and is suitable for students from a wide range of disciplines.

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Senast uppdaterad: 17 oktober 2019

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