Corinna Elsenbroich is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Research in Social Simulation. Research interests include social influence and social norms, agent-based modelling and epistemological issues of the social sciences in general and agent-based modelling in particular. She is currently working on (social) dynamics of science and how the conception of science as a social process relates to a supposed special epistemic status of scientific knowledge. Her research background is in philosophy (of science), logic and policy research.
University of Surrey
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