14 October: Roger Farmer, Two Concepts of Liberty (With an Apology to Isiah Berlin)

28 October: Jean-Philippe Bouchard, Econophysics : Still Fringe after 30 years?

15 November: Nick Chater, The social contract in miniature: Virtual Bargaining and the theory of joint action, meaning and fairness

25 November: Charles Stafford, Kinship and religion as features of economic life – everywhere

9 December: Cléo Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, Do ideas matter? Or how useful is the history of economics, and to do what?

24 February: Jennifer Jhun, TBC

9 March: Michela Massimi, TBC

Additional speakers and details of workshop to be announced.