Boudewijn de Bruin is Professor at the University of Groningen. He holds master's degrees in mathematics and philosophy (University of Amsterdam), and a PhD degree from the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (Amsterdam). De Bruin's research interests include the ethics, epistemology and economics of information (epistemic injustice, ethics of belief, virtue epistemology, cognitive biases), with applications to finance, financial literacy, cloud computing, etc.; ethics management (banker's oath (bankierseed); and the foundations of liberalism and republicanism, and applications to privacy, alcohol marketing regulation, media violence, etc. De Bruin is currently directing two research programmes financed by the Dutch Research Council (NWO), with Alex Oliver (Cambridge, on trust and finance), and with Miranda Fricker (New York, on epistemic justice in finance and health care).