Anna Alexandrova is a lecturer in philosophy of science. Before coming to Cambridge she taught at the University of Missouri St Louis (2007–2011) and got her PhD in Philosophy and Science Studies at the University of California San Diego in 2006. She works broadly in philosophy of the social and psychological sciences with particular interests in models in economics and the science of well-being.
For more information on her research and links to her papers visit her external website:
- 'Doing Well In The Circumstances', forthcoming in the Journal of Moral Philosophy
- 'Buyer Beware: Robustness Analyses in Economics and Biology' (with Jay Odenbaugh), forthcoming in Biology and Philosophy
- 'When Analytic Narratives Explain', The Journal of Philosophy of History, 3/1 (March 2009) 1–24
- 'Making Models Count', Philosophy of Science, 75 (July 2008) 383–404
Winner of the Philosophy of Science Association Recent PhD Essay Award 2008
- 'Progress in Economics: Lessons from the Spectrum Auctions' (with R. Northcott), The Oxford Handbook for Philosophy of Economics, eds. H. Kincaid and D. Ross, OUP, 2009.
- 'Connecting Rational Choice Models to the Real World', Philosophy of the Social Sciences 36/2 (June 2006) 173–192