Visiting Scholar, Wharton, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA, 2015-16, (Fall);
Assistant Professor, School of Economics and Management, Portuguese Catholic University, Porto, Portugal. (Portugal, “Professor Auxiliar”; Brazil, “Professor Adjunto/Doutor”);
Director, BEO Lab – Behavior, Economics and Organizations Laboratory – School of Economics and Management, Portuguese Catholic University, Porto, Portugal.
Postdoc, IF/FCT, University of Porto; PhD, Philosophy, University of Porto, Portugal; MSc, Government and Public Administration, Getúlio Vargas Foundation, FGV-SP, Brazil; BSc, Economics, Armando Álvares Penteado Foundation, FAAP, Brazil.
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This volume brings together leading scholars in the study of practical rationality and human action – namely, Alfred Mele, Hugh McCann, Michael Bratman, George Ainslie, Daniel Hausman and Joshua Knobe.