Collaborators

Prof. Klaus Abbink
Economics
Monash University
“Peer Punishment Promotes Enforcement of Bad Social Norms”  (2017) Nature Communications 8.

“Informal Sanctions and Bad Social Norms” ARC Discovery Project DP170102834

Prof. Fred D’Agostino
Philosophy
University of Queensland
“Contemporary Approaches to the Social Contract,” The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2017)
A/Prof. Chris Freiman
Philosophy
College of William and Mary
“The Right to Own the Means of Production.” In Jahel Queralt and Bas Van Der Vossen (eds.) Economic Liberties as Human Rights. Routledge Press. Forthcoming 2019.
Prof. Lata Gangadharan
Economics
Monash University
“Peer Punishment Promotes Enforcement of Bad Social Norms”  (2017) Nature Communications 8.

“Informal Sanctions and Bad Social Norms” ARC Discovery Project DP170102834

Senior Lecturer Julián García
Information Technology
Monash University
“Greenbeards and Signaling: Why Morality isn’t Indispensable” (2018) Behavioral and Brain Sciences41, E103.
Prof. Gerald Gaus
Philosophy
University of Arizona
“On The Calculus of Consent,  The Oxford Handbook of Classics in Contemporary Political Theory, edited by Jacob Levy, Oxford University Press (2017)

“Contemporary Approaches to the Social Contract,” The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2017)

“Rational Choice and the Original Position: The (Many) Models of Rawls and Harsanyi,” The Original Position, edited by Timothy Hinton, Cambridge University Press (2015): 39-58.

“Social Evolution,” The Routledge Companion to Social and Political Philosophy, edited by Gerald Gaus and Fred D’Agostino, Routledge (2013): 643-655

Senior Lecturer Daniel Halliday
Philosophy
University of Melbourne
“Taxation and Distributive Justice,” The International Encyclopedia of Ethics, edited by Hugh LaFollette (2018).

The Ethics of Capitalism. Oxford University Press. Under Contract. Forthcoming 2020. 

A/Prof. Toby Handfield
Philosophy
Monash University
“Two of a Kind: Are Norms of Honor a Species of Morality?” “Honor and Violence: An Account of Feuds, Duels, and Honor Killings,” Human Nature 29, no. 4 (2018)

“Greenbeards and Signaling: Why Morality isn’t Indispensable” (2018) Behavioral and Brain Sciences41, E103.

“Peer Punishment Promotes Enforcement of Bad Social Norms”  (2017) Nature Communications 8.

“Informal Sanctions and Bad Social Norms” ARC Discovery Project DP170102834

Assistant Prof. Keith Hankins
Philosophy
Chapman University
“When Justice Demands Inequality,”  The Journal of Moral Philosophy 12, no.2 (2015): 172-194
Prof. David Schmidtz
Philosophy
University of Arizona
“Bankers, Vampires, and Organ Sellers: Who Can You Trust?” Commerce and Community: Ecologies of Social Cooperation, edited by Robert Garnett, Paul Lewis, and Lenore Ealy, Routledge (2015): 336-341

“The Virtues of Justice,” with David Schmidtz, Virtues and their Vices, edited by Kevin Timpe and Craig A. Boyd, Oxford University Press (2014): 59-74

Creating Wealth: Ethical and Economic Perspectives, 2nd edition, Cognella Publishing, (2013)

A/Prof. David Skarbek
Political Science

Brown University 
“Informal Sanctions and Bad Social Norms” ARC Discovery Project DP170102834
A/Prof. Kevin Vallier
Philosophy
Bowling Green State University
“Political Stability in the Open Society,”  American Journal of Political Science 62, no. 2 (2018): 398-409.

“The Fragility of Consensus: Public Reason, Diversity and Stability,” The European Journal of Philosophy 23, no.4 (2015): 933-954