Professor of Practical Philosophy at Stockholm University
Affiliated researcher at the Collège d’études mondiales; the Institute for Future Studies; and the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics
Member of the Tampere Club and the Young Academy of Sweden
He has recently been Torgny Segerstedt Pro Futura Scientia Fellow at the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study; visiting researcher at l’Institut d’études avancées-Paris and CERSES, CNRS, Paris; Senior Visiting Fellow at Jesus College, Oxford; and Fellow at SCAS. He received his Ph.D. in philosophy from University of Toronto and his FD in practical philosophy from Uppsala University. Arrhenius research interests are primarily in moral and political philosophy, and he is especially interested in issues in the intersection between moral and political philosophy and the medical and social sciences (e.g., economics, law, and political science). He has written extensively on our moral obligations to future generations, applying the methods of social choice and game theory.
Currently he’s researching issues in population ethics, the structure of value, measurement of inequality, democratic theory, and the measurement and fair distribution of power. See here for a popular presentation of his recent research in English and here for a French version.
Gustaf Arrhenius’ home page
Director of the Chair on the Economics of Welfare and Social Justice at the CEM FMSH (Paris)
Robert E. Kuenne Professor of Economics and Humanistic Studies at the University of Princeton (USA)
He obtained his PhD at EHESS in 1994, and then was a professor of economics and CNRS researcher in France.
He has published Fairness, Responsibility, and Welfare (Oxford 2008) and A Theory of Fairness and Social Welfare (Cambridge 2011, with F. Maniquet), as well as many articles in welfare economics, public economics, and political philosophy in journals such as Econometrica, the Journal of Economic Theory, or the Journal of Political Economy.
Marc Fleurbaey’s web page
Chargé de Recherche at CNRS, affiliated with CERSES, Université Paris-Descartes and CNRS
Coordinator of the Chair on Welfare Economics and Social Justice at CEM-FMSH
Coordinator of the project EquiRisk
Associated researcher with the Chair of Integrative Risk Management and Economics (IRME), Center for Economic Research, ETH Zürich
He obtained his PhD at Toulouse School of Economics in 2007, and then was a postdoctoral research student at CORE, Université catholique de Louvain, under a FP7 intra-european research fellowship.
He has published several papers in international peer-reviewed journal such as the Journal of Economic Theory, the International Economic Review, Social Choice and Welfare or Theory and Decision.
Stéphane Zuber’s website
Postdoc of the Franco-Swedish Program in Philosophy and Economics from February 2012 till June 2013
He is now a lecturer in philosophy at the University of York.
His main areas of interest are decision theory, value theory, normative ethics, personal identity, and the history of philosophy.
Johan E. Gustafsson’s web page
Orri is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow of the Franco-Swedish Program in Philosophy and Economics since March 2014.
Before that, he was a PhD student in philosophy at London School of Economics and Political Science.
His main areas of research are: decision theory and formal epistemology; philosophical logic; moral and political philosophy; counterfactuals; probability and chance.
Orri’s webpage: https://sites.google.com/site/hostefansson/