Contributor biography

Corinna Elsenbroich is a computational social scientist with a background in philosophy, computer science and policy research. Her main research interests are agent-based modelling, social ontology and epistemology and collective intentionality and reasoning. She has published several articles on methodological aspects and on models of opinion dynamics, extortion racketeering and a book Modelling Norms (with Nigel Gilbert, Springer, 2014). She currently works on modelling collective reasoning and decision making, on methodological innovation in the social sciences and policy research