Skip to main content
Shiri Cohen Kaminitz
PPE program and Political Science Department
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Work In Progress
Welcome! I am a lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem's Political Science Department and PPE program.
My research interests include Political Theory, History of Economic thought, Utilitarianism, Social Progress, Concepts in Political Science.
The significance of GDP: a new take on a century-old question.
The Case of Stated Preferences and Social Well-Being Indices
Looking Good or Feeling Well? Understanding the Combinations of Well-Being Indicators Using Insights from the Philosophy of Well-Being
Easterlin-paradox: a revisionist account for the enlightened politician
Contemporary procedural utility and Hume's early idea of utility.
Happiness Studies and the Problem of Interpersonal Comparisons of Satisfaction: Two Histories, Three Approaches.
Copyright © The Hebrew University of Jerusalem