My writing currently spans the following topics: the measurement of power in hierarchical structures (with my supervisor René van den Brink), conceptions of republican domination (with Stefano Merlo), bankruptcy problems and how cooperative game theory should deal with them (with Roland Luttens), the demands of morality (with Ben Ferguson), the demands of rationality (with Akshath Jitendranath), and the history and philosophy of measuring power. See below for the published work, including final drafts. An ongoing, and quite long-term, project is the history and philosophy of measuring (voting) power in cooperative game theory. Always open to hearing from folks interested in this as well.
2021, Penrose and the Indifferent Crowd, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology: Including A Symposium on Carl Menger at the Centenary of His Death, 39B: 77–94
2022, Review of Daniel Halliday’s The Inheritance of Wealth: Justice, Equality, and the Right to Bequeath, Journal of Moral Philosophy, 19 (2): 197–200