Nadia Ruiz, PhD
2022– Stanford University, Department of Philosophy Desai Family Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
2015-2022 PhD, Philosophy, University of Kansas
Thesis: Methodology and Microfoundations: A New Argument for an Autonomous Macroeconomics ––advisor, Armin Schulz.
2020-Spring Visiting Graduate Student, Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science, London School of Economics.
Sponsor: Johanna Thoma.
2017 MA, Philosophy, University of Kansas
Thesis: A Defense of Folk Psychological Concepts in Economic Models of Decision-Making. (Honors)––advisor, Armin Schulz.
2013 MA, Philosophy, University of Texas at El Paso
2011 BS, Philosophy & Political Science, University of Texas at El Paso
Accepted Papers (Refereed Journal Articles)
2. “Microfoundations and Methodology: A Complexity-Based Preconception of the Debate” (with Armin Schulz), British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. (forthcoming).
BJPS Short Read: http://www.thebsps.org/short-reads/ruiz-schulz-microfoundations/
1. “Social Ontology and Model-Building: A Response to Epstein”, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 2021, 51(2), 175-192
Articles Under Review
1. “More Methodology, Less Metaphysics: A Response to Hoover’s Argument Against Microfoundations”.
(PSA 2020/2021 Poster Forum)
Works In Progress
1. “Economic Model Diversity and Policy Making”.
2. "Economic Modeling and Policy Making: Epistemic and Non-Epistemic Constraints" .