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Welcome to the Institute for Comprehensive Analysis of the Economy

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. 

Our website contains information about our team, current research projects, publications & ICAE Working Paper Series, news & events, and media coverage. Click here, opens a file to learn more about the institute.

About ICAE

Address

Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
Altenbergerstraße 69
4040 Linz

Office

Keplergebäude Building
1st floor, Room K 131 B

Phone

+43 732 2468 3685

News 27.02.2024

Laura Porak as author for the A&W Blog

On the new global disorder and the EU's geo-economic strategies

News 27.01.2024

Stephan Pühringer in an Instagram portrait on the Lange Nacht der Forschung

About his current research and why an interdisciplinary view is essential for overcoming crises (only in German)

[Translate to Englisch:] Lange Nacht der Forschung Header #LNF
News 26.01.2024

New coordinators of the Young Scholar Initiative (YSI) from the ICAE

Anna Hornykewycz and Johanna Rath are coordinating the working groups "Sustainability" and "Philosophy of Economics" for 2024/25 

[Translate to Englisch:] YSI Anna Johanna
News 22.01.2024

"How to knock down the AfD"

SPIEGEL article refers to research by Stephan Pühringer and Walter Ötsch

„Plurality of paradigms in economics and in social sciences in general is not only an obvious fact but also a necessary and desirable phenomenon in a very complex and continually changing subject.“
Kurt W. Rothschild, in "To push and to be pushed, American Economist, 43, 1999, p. 5"