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Sascha Jane Patterson Harvie Professor of Social Thought and Comparative Ethics
Director of the Philosophy, Politics and Economics Program
Cristina Bicchieri is Carol and Michael Lowenstein Professor of Philosophy and Legal Studies, SAS and Wharton School; Member of the Graduate Group in Psychology, and Director of the Philosophy, Politics and Economics Program. She is a member of the Advisory Board of the School of Government of LUISS University in Rome, Italy, and a consultant for the UNICEF Human Rights Program. Professor Bicchieri was benighted “Cavaliere al Merito della Repubblica Italiana” in 2007. Her most recent publications include, among many other, "Behaving as Expected: Public Information and Fairness Norms" (with Alex Chavez), Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 23 (2): 161-178, 2010; “Rationality and Indeterminacy”, in D. Ross and H. Kinkaid (eds.) The Handbook of Philosophy of Economics, The Oxford Reference Library of Philosophy, Oxford University Press 2009: 159-188; and the book The Grammar of Society: the Nature and Dynamics of Social Norms, Cambridge University Press, 2006.