ONGARO MALVINA


Ciclo: 34
Curriculum/Indirizzo: Epistemologico
Sede: UPO
Convenzione: CSP

Tutor: Benzi Margherita
Supervisor: Crupi Vincenzo

Email: malvina.ongaro@gmail.com

Progetto: Efficient Rationality as a Solution to Relevance Uncertainty in Decision Theory.
Curriculum:

London School of Economics: Philosophy of Science (MSc). Pass with Distinction.

  • Dissertation title: Voting on Vaccinations: Assessing the procedural and instrumental legitimacy of a referendum. Supervisor: Prof. Richard Bradley.

Università degli Studi di Siena: Linguistics and Cognitive Studies (MSc). 110/110L.

  • Dissertation title: Explanatory Relevance: A central issue in the theory of explanation. Supervisor: Prof. Gabriele Usberti.

Università degli Studi di Firenze: Lettere Antiche (BA). 110/110L.

  • Dissertation title: Aemilius Asper's contributions to Vergilian textual criticism. Supervisor: Prof. Maria Jagoda Luzzatto.

Visiting positions:

  • Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics (EIPE).
  • Université de Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne): Erasmus for research.
  • Université de Liège: Erasmus for studies.

Teaching Experience:

  • Università del Piemonte Orientale: Introduction to Social Choice Theory.
  • Università di Siena: Student Tutor and Advisor.
  • Anelli Mancanti: Italian L2 to adults from migrant backgrounds.
  • Cantiere 17: Italian L2 to illiterate adults.
  • Private Tutoring: Italian (L1 - L2), English L2, Latin.

Linguistic Competences:

  • Italian: Mother tongue
  • English: IELTS 8.0
  • French: DALF C1

 


Bacheca:

 

Conference Talks:

  • Relevance Uncertainty in Savage's Expected Utility Theory. (Summer School in Economic Behaviours: Models, Measurements, and Policies - Como).
  • (Respondant) Decoy effects in intertemporal and probabilistic choices. (Summer School in Economic Behaviours: Models, Measurements, and Policies).
  • Narratives and the Normativity of the Rational Agent. (SIFA Midterm Conference on Fiction and Imagination - Turin).
  • Voting on Mandatory Vaccinations: A Contextualisation of the Legitimacy of Referendums. (Conference of the Women in Philosophy - Groningen).
  • Scienza e Democrazia. (L'Ornitorinco Laboratorio Culturale - Turin).

Conference Attendance:

  • Università degli Studi di Torino: Formal Epistemology Workshop. FEW 2019.
  • Università degli Studi di Torino: New Perspectives on the Cognitive Penetrability of Perception.Turin-Bochum joint workshop.
  • London School of Economics: Preference-based Modelling in Economics. Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Sciences.
  • University of London: Inaugural Political Epistemology Conference. Political Epistemology Network.
  • Università degli Studi di Torino: Models of Explanation. 11th MuST Conference in Philosophy of Science.
  • Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München: The Semantics of Theories. MCMP - Munich Centre for the Philosophy of Mathematics.

Research Interests:

  • Decision Theory: economic rationality, problem framing.
  • Social Choice Theory: group epistemology, political legitimacy.
  • Philosophy of Economics: unrealistic assumptions, normative arguments.
  • Philosophy of Science: explanatory relevance, values in science.

Publications:

  • Ongaro, M. (2019). J. S. Mill' s plural voting system and the epistemic defence of democracy. Rerum Causae, 10(1), 7–16.

 

First Year Report