Following the aftermath of the global financial crises, in 2009, the Johannes Kepler University established the Institute for Comprehensive Analysis of the Economy (ICAE). The ICAE understands economic developement as a result of complex interaction between a set of various influencing factors therefore strongly emphazing interdisciplinary approaches, conceptual openness, and theoretical diversity.
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On the competitive functioning of economics as a science and its capacity towards a socio-ecological transformation
The German daily newspaper taz reports on the social policy of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) - with ICAE participation
Katrin Hirte writes about "market economy" and why the language around this topic is problematic (only available in German).
Stephan Pühringer on the blind spots of mainstream econonomics in Austrian daily newspaper