2021. “Can Subjectivism Account for Degrees of Wellbeing?” Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 24, 767-788, with Willem van der Deijl.

2020. “All Animals are Equal, but Some More than Others?” Journal of Moral Philosophy 17, 342-357, with Willem van der Deijl.

2019. “Why Not Be a Desertist? Three Arguments for Desert and Against Luck Egalitarianism.” Philosophical Studies 176(9), 2271-2288, with Thomas Mulligan

2018. “Can Desert Solve the Problem of Stakes? A Reply to Olsaretti.” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 188(3), 399-405, with Willem van der Deijl.

Book chapter

2021. “Onerous Work Deserves Higher Pay.” In Debating Equal Pay for All: Economy, Practicability, and Ethics, edited by Anders Ortenblad. London: Palgrave McMillan, with Willem van der Deijl.

Edited volume

2018. “On the Very Idea of a Just Wage.” Special Issue of the Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics 11(2), edited with Thomas Mulligan.

  • With contributions by: Peter Boettke, Rosolino Candela, Kaitlyn Woltz; Thomas Christiano; Teun Dekker; Peter Dietsch; Joseph Heath; Lisa Herzog; Andrew Lister; Julia Maskivker; Thomas Mulligan; Steven Sheffrin.

Book reviews

2018. Review of T. M. Scanlon’s “Why Does Inequality Matter?” Philosophy 93(4), 590-595.

2017. Review of Fred Feldman’s “Distributive Justice: Getting What We Deserve From Our Country.” Economics & Philosophy 33(1), 146-153, with Willem van der Deijl.


2018. “Thinking by Drawing: An Interview with Shelly Kagan.” Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics 11(2), 245-283.

2018. “Philosophy with Feet in the Mud: An Interview with Ingrid Robeyns.” Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics 11(1), 80-99, with Manuel Buitenhuis.

2016. “Justice, Markets, and the Family: An Interview with Serena Olsaretti.” Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics 9(2), 181-195, with Isabella Trifan.


2020. “The Ethics of Data Acquisition: Protecting Privacy and Autonomy While Harnessing the Potential of Big Data.”, with Alfred Archer, Amanda Cawston, and Nathan Wildman. Center for the Governance of Change.


2020. “Verdienste, Toeval, en Rechtvaardigheid.” (“Desert, Luck, and Justice.”). Ars Aequi 69(May), 424-427. PhD summary.

2015. “What Does Desert Cost? A Critical Evaluation of Moriarty’s Rationale for the Asymmetry of Desert.” Erasmus Student Journal of Philosophy 8(1), 40-48.

2014. “Discussing Why Some Things Should Not Be For Sale.” [Review of Debra Satz’s Why Some Things Should Not be for Sale.] Erasmus Student Journal of Philosophy 6(1), 14-21.



Proposal accepted. “Je Verdiende Loon.” (“Earning What You Deserve.”).  

Edited volumes

In preparation. “Egalitarianism and the Future of Work.” Special issue of the Journal of Applied Philosophy, with Willem van der Deijl and Markus Furendal.

  • With, so far, accepted contributions by: Joseph Heath.

Under contract. “Wealth and Power: Maintaining Political Equality in a Capitalist Society.” Edited book, with Michael Bennett and Rutger Claassen. Routledge.

  • With contributions by: Yara al Salman; Richard Arneson; Huub Brouwer; Elliot Bulmer and Stuart White; Thomas Christiano; Rutger Claassen and Michael Bennett; Chiara Destri; Jessica Flannigan; Anna Gerbrandy; Jessika Kimpell; Brian Kogelmann; Phil Parvin; Emma Saunders-Hastings; Igor Shoikhedbrod; Anahí Wiedenbrug & Patricio López Turconi.


Under review after revise van resubmit. “Intuition about Distributive Justice: Desertist or Luck Egalitarian?”, with Thomas Mulligan

Under review. “Earning Too Much: The Case for Maximum Incomes.” with Dick Timmer.

Revise and resubmit. “Dollars for Data? Critically Assessing the Market Model for Data Exchange.” At Ethics and Information Technology, with Alfred Archer, Amanda Cawston, and Nathan Wildman.

In preparation. “Automation, Desert, and the Case for a Capital Grant.”

In preparation. “Defending Asymmetries of Desert.”

In preparation. “Desert and Time.” for Philosophy Compass.

In preparation. “Meritocratic Nightmares.” review essay for CRISPP.

In preparation. “The Neutrality Dilemma for Luck Egalitarianism.” with Julien Kloeg.