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ICAE Working Paper Series

ICAE Working Paper Series

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138 07/2022 Bernhard Schütz: Investment booms, diverging competitiveness and wage growth within a monetary union: An AB-SFC model read, opens a file
137 07/2022 Carina Altreiter, Susanna Azevedo, Laura Porak, Stephan Pühringer and Georg Wolfmayr: Winning urban competition with a social agenda. The competition imaginary in Viennese urban development plans read, opens a file
136 05/2022 Matthias Aistleitner, Jakob Kapeller and Dominik Kronberger: The Authors of Economics Journals Revisited: Evidence from a Large-Scale Replication of Hodgson & Rothman (1999) read, opens a file
135 01/2022 Claudius Gräbner-Radkowitsch, Anna Hornykewycz and Bernhard Schütz: The emergence of debt and secular stagnation in an unequal society: a stockflow consistent agent-based approach read, opens a file
134 01/2022 Claudius Gräbner-Radkowitsch: Elements of an evolutionary approach to comparative economic studies: complexity, systemism, and path dependent development read, opens a file
133 11/2021 Jakob Kapeller, Stuart Leitch and Rafael Wildauer: Is a €10 trillion European climate investment initiative fiscally sustainable? read, opens a file
132 10/2021 Stephan Pühringer: Zur Pluralität der ökonomischen Politikberatung in Deutschland read, opens a file
131 10/2021 Jakob Kapeller and Claudius Gräbner-Radkowitsch: Standortwettbewerb und Deindustrialisierung: Das Beispiel MAN als Lehrbuchfall read, opens a file
130 09/2021 Claudius Gräbner-Radkowitsch and Theresa Hager: (Mis)Measuring Competitiveness: The Quantification of a Malleable Concept in the European Semester read, opens a file
129 09/2021 Jakob Kapeller, Stuart Leitch and Rafael Wildauer: A European Wealth Tax for a Fair and Green Recovery read, opens a file
128 09/2021 Theresa Hager, Ines Heck and Johanna Rath: Competition in Transitional Processes: Polanyi & Schumpeter read, opens a file
127 07/2021 Dennis Tamesberger and Simon Theurl: Design and Take Up of Austria’s Coronavirus Short Time Work Model read, opens a file
126 07/2021 Laura Porak: Governing the Ungovernable - Recontextualizations of ‘Competition’ in European Policy Discourse read, opens a file
125 05/2021 Claudius Gräbner und Stephan Pühringer: Competition universalism: Its historical origins and timely alternatives read, opens a file
124 04/2021 Julia Eder: Decreasing Dependency through Self-Reliance: Strengthening Local Economies through Community Wealth Building read, opens a file
123 02/2021 Stephan Pühringer, Laura Porak and Johanna Rath: Talking about competition? Discursive shifts in the economic imaginary of competition in public debates read, opens a file
122 01/2021 Claudius Gräbner, Philipp Heimberger, Jakob Kapeller, Michael Landesmann and Bernhard Schütz: The evolution of debtor-creditor relationships within a monetary union: Trade imbalances, excess reserves and economic policy read, opens a file
121 12/2020 Stephan Pühringer, Johanna Rath and Teresa Griesebner: The political economy of academic publishing: On the commodification of a public good read, opens a file
120 12/2020 Carina Altreiter, Claudius Gräbner, Stephan Pühringer, Ana Rogojanu and Georg Wolfmayr: Theorizing competition: an interdisciplinary framework read, opens a file
119 12/2020 Claudius Gräbner, Philipp Heimberger and Jakob Kapeller: Do the “smart kids” catch up? Technological capabilities, globalisation and economic growth read, opens a file
118 10/2020 Laura Porak: Der ‘größte Trumpf’ Europas read, opens a file
117 10/2020 Stephan Pühringer, Georg Wolfmayr, Carina Altreiter, Claudius Gräbner and Ana Rogojanu: Theorizing Competition read, opens a file
116 09/2020 Theresa Hager: Special Interest Groups & Growth read, opens a file
115 09/2020 Katrin Hirte: Das doppelte Reflexionsproblem in der Ökonomik read, opens a file
114 09/2020 Katrin Hirte: Friedman’s Instrumentalismus und das Problem von Kopernikus read, opens a file
113 09/2020 Claudius Gräbner and Jakob Hafele: The emergence of core-periphery structures in the European Union: a complexity perspective read, opens a file
112 08/2020 Stephan Schulmeister: Fixing long-term price paths for fossil energy – the optimal incentive for limiting global warming read, opens a file
111 07/2020 Rafael Wildauer, Stuart Leitch and Jakob Kapeller: How to boost the European Green Deal’s scale and ambition read, opens a file
110 06/2020 Matthias Aistleitner und Stephan Pühringer: Exploring the trade (policy) narratives in economic elite discourse read, opens a file
109 04/2020 Karl Beyer, Markus Griesser, Stephan Pühringer: Zwischen Meritokratie und Wohlfahrtschauvinismus read, opens a file
108 04/2020 Claudius Gräbner and Anna Hornykewycz: Capability accumulation and product innovation: an agent-based perspective read, opens a file
107 03/2020 Johanna Rath: Substituting Trust by Technology: A Comparative Study read, opens a file
106 05/2020 Claudius Gräbner, Philipp Heimberger and Jakob Kapeller: Pandemic pushes polarisation: The Corona crisis and macroeconomic divergence in the Eurozone read, opens a file
105 03/2020 Matthias Aistleitner, Claudius Gräbner and Anna Hornykewycz: Theory and Empirics of Capability Accumulation: Implications for Macroeconomic Modelling read, opens a file
104 03/2020 Jakob Kapeller and Claudius Gräbner: Konzernmacht in globalen Güterketten read, opens a file
103 03/2020 Stephan Puehringer and Karl Beyer: Who are the economists Germany listens to? read, opens a file
102 11/2019 Rafael Wildauer and Jakob Kapeller: A Comment on Fitting Pareto Tails to Complex Survey Data read, opens a file
101 11/2019 Rafael Wildauer and Jakob Kapeller: Rank Correction: A New Approach to Differential Non-Response in Wealth Survey Data read, opens a file
100 09/2019 Dennis Tamesberger and Simon Theurl: Vorschlag für eine Jobgarantie für Langzeitarbeitslose in Österreich read, opens a file
99 07/2019 Jakob Kapeller, Claudius Gräbner und Philipp Heimberger: Economic Polarisation in Europe: Causes and Policy Options read, opens a file
98 07/2019 Jakob Kapeller, Claudius Gräbner und Philipp Heimberger: Wirtschaftliche Polarisierung in Europa: Ursachen und Handlungsoptionen read, opens a file
97 07/2019 Matthias Aistleitner und Stephan Pühringer: The trade (policy) discourse in top economic journals read, opens a file
96 07/2019 Srinivas Raghavendra und Petri T. Piiroinen: Conflict as a closure: A Kaleckian model of growth and distribution under financialization read, opens a file
95 06/2019 Claudius Gräbner, Dennis Tamesberger, Philipp Heimberger, Timo Kapelari, and Jakob Kapeller: Trade Models in the European Union read, opens a file
94 04/2019 Karl M. Beyer und Stephan Pühringer: Divided we stand? Professional consensus and political conflict in academic economics read, opens a file
93 04/2019 Katrin Hirte: Das dritte Gossensche Gesetz. Zur Überlieferungspraxis in der ökonomischen Dogmengeschichte read, opens a file
92 03/2019 Stephan Pühringer and Walter O. Ötsch: Die Wirkmacht der „Liebe zum Markt”: Zum anhaltenden Einluss ordoliberaler ÖkonomInnen-Netzwerke in Politik und Gesellschaft read, opens a file
91 02/2019 Svenja Flechtner and Claudius Gräbner: The heterogeneous relationship between income and inequality: a panel co-integration approach read, opens a file
90 02/2019 Claudius Gräbner: Unrealistic models and how to identify them: on accounts of model realisticness read, opens a file
89 02/2019 Claudius Gräbner and Amineh Ghorbani: Defining institutions - A review and a synthesis read, opens a file
88 02/2019 Claudius Gräbner, Philipp Heimberger, and Jakob Kapeller: Export performance, price comeptitiveness and technology: Revisiting the Kaldor paradox read, opens a file
87 08/2018

Franziska Foissner: Folgen einer möglichen Abschaffung der Notstandshilfe in Oberösterreich

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86 08/2018 Matthias Aistleitner, Christian Grimm and Jakob Kapeller: Auftragsvergabe, Leistungsqualität und Kostenintensität im Schienenpersonenverkehr. Eine internationale Perspektive read, opens a file
85 08/2018 Faisal Buyinza and Jakob Kapeller: Household Electrification and Education Outcomes: Panel Evidence from Uganda read, opens a file
84 08/2018 Claudius Gräbner, Philipp Heimberger, Jakob Kapeller and Florian Springholz: Understanding economic openness: A review of existing measures read, opens a file
83 08/2018 Faisal Buyinza, Anthony Tibaingana and John Mutenyo: Factors Affecting Acces to Formal Credit by Micro and Small Enterprises in Uganda read, opens a file
82 08/2018 Claudius Gräbner and Birte Strunk: Pluralism in economics: its critiques and their lessons read, opens a file
81 07/2018 Bernhard Schütz: Creating a pluralist paradigm: An application to the minimum wage debate read, opens a file
80 06/2018 Stephan Pühringer: The “eternal character” of austerity measures in European crisis policies. read, opens a file
79 03/2018 Heimberger Philipp: The dynamic effects of  fiscal consolidation episodes on income inequality: Evidence for 17 OECD Countries over 1978-2013 read, opens a file
78 03/2018 Griesser Markus: Arbeitsmarktpolitik als Gesellschaftspolitik read, opens a file
77 03/2018 Grimm Christian, Kapeller Jakob and Stephan Pühringer: Paradigms and Policies: The state of economics in the german-speaking countries read, opens a file in a new window
76 02/2018 Gräbner Claudius, Heimberger Philipp, Kapeller Jakob and Schütz Bernhard: Structural change in times of increasing openness: assessing path dependency in European economic integration read, opens a file
75 01/2018 Aigner Ernest, Aistleitner Matthias, Glötzl Florentin and Jakob Kapeller: The focus of academic economics: before and after the crisis read, opens a file in a new window

74

12/2017

Gräbner Claudius, Elsner Wolfram and Lascaux Alex: To trust or to control – Informal value transfer systems and computational analysis in institutional economics

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73

12/2017

Humer Stefan, Moser Mathias and Schnetzer Matthias: Inheritances and the Accumulation of Wealth in the Eurozone

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72

11/2017

Ferschli Benjamin, Kapeller Jakob, Schütz Bernhard und Wildauer Rafael: Bestände und Konzentration privater Vermögen in Österreich

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71

11/2017

Beyer Karl M., Grimm Christian, Kapeller Jakob und Pühringer Stephan: Der deutsche Sonderweg im Fokus: Eine vergleichende Analyse der paradigmatischen Struktur und der politischen Orientierung der deutschen und US-amerikanischen Ökonomie

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70

09/2017

Grimm Christian, Kapeller Jakob und Pühringer Stpehan: Zum Profil der deutschsprachigen
Volkswirtschaftslehre

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69

09/2017

Gräbner Claudius: The Complexity of Economies and Pluralism in Economics

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68

08/2017

Kapeller Jakob: Pluralism in Economics: Epistemological Rationales and Pedagogical Implementation

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67

08/2017

Kapeller Jakob and Steinerberger Stefan: Stability, Fairness and Random Walks in the Bargaining Problem

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66

08/2017

Kapeller Jakob and Steinerberger Stefan: Emergent phenomena in scientific publishing: A simulation exercise

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65

08/2017

Kapeller Jakob: Delayed by outsourcing? Zur Stabilität des Kapitalismus im 21. Jahrhundert

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64

07/2017

Gräbner Claudius, Heimberger Philipp, Kapeller Jakob and Schütz Bernhard: Is Europe disintegrating? Macroeconomic divergence, structural polarization, trade and fragility

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63

06/2017

Gräbner Claudius: How to relate models to reality? An epistemological framework for the validation and verification of computational models

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62

06/2017

Gräbner Claudius, Elsner Wolfram, Lascaux Alex: Trust and Social Control. Sources of cooperation, performance, and stability in informal value transfer systems

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61

05/2017

Huber Jakob, Heimberger Philipp, Kapeller Jakob: From paradigms to policies: Economic models in the EU’s fiscal regulation framework

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60

04/2017

Aistleitner Matthias, Kapeller Jakob, Steinerberger Stefan: Citation Patterns in Economics and Beyond:
Assessing the Peculiarities of Economics from Two Scientometric Perspectives

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59

03/2017

Ötsch Walter O., Pühringer Stephan: Right-wing populism and market-fundamentalism

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58

02/2017

Gerhartinger Philipp, Haunschmid Philipp, Tamesberger Dennis: How to explain Wage Growth Slowdown in Austria?

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57

12/2016

Kapeller Jakob, Schütz Bernhard, Springholz Florian: Internationale Tendenzen und Potentiale der Vermögensbesteuerung

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56

11/2016

Beyer Karl Michael, Bräutigam Lars: Das europäische Schattenbankensystem. Typologisierung und die Bewertung regulatorischer Initiativen auf europäischer Ebene

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55

11/2016

Heimberger Philipp, Kapeller Jakob: A model-based measurement device in European fiscal policy-making: The ontology and epistemology of potential output

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54

09/2016

Grimm Christian: Postdemokratie, Machtverhältnisse und Ökonomik

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53

09/2016

Pühringer Stephan: Think Tank networks of German neoliberalism

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52

09/2016

Pühringer Stephan: Still the queen of the social sciences?

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51

07/2016

Grimm Christian: Wirtschaftspolitische Positionen österreichischer Parteien im historischen Verlauf

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50

06/2016

Heimberger Philipp, Kapeller Jakob: The performativity of potential output. Pro-cyclicality and path dependency in coordinating European fiscal policies

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49

04/2016

Pühringer Stephan, Griesser Markus: Has economics returned to being the “dismal science”? The changing role of economic thought in German labour market reforms

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48

03/2016

Heimberger Philipp: Wirtschaftliche Stagnation als „neue Normalsituation“?

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47

03/2016

Heimberger Philipp, Kapeller Jakob, Schütz Bernhard: What’s ‘structural’ about unemployment in Europe: On the Determinants of the European Commission’s NAIRU Estimates

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46

03/2016

Aistleitner Matthias, Kapeller Jakob, Steinerberger Stefan: The Power of Scientometrics and the Development of Economics

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45

03/2016

Kapeller Jakob: Internationaler Freihandel: Theoretische Ausgangspunkte und empirische Folgen

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44

01/2016

Pühringer Stephan, Stelzer-Orthofer Christa: Neoliberale Think Tanks als (neue) Akteure in österreichischen gesellschaftspolitischen Diskursen

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43

01/2016

Dobusch Leonhard, Kapeller Jakob, Wandl Sabine: Monocular Accounting and its Discontents: The case of the stability and growth pact

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42

01/2016

Heimberger Philipp: Die aktuelle Krise im wirtschaftshistorischen Vergleich mit der Großen Depression der 1930er-Jahre

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41

11/2015

Heimberger Philipp: Did Fiscal Consolidation Cause the Double Dip Recession in the Euro Area?

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40

11/2015

Beyer Karl, Bräutigam Lars: Shadow Banking and the Offshore Nexus – Some Considerations on the Systemic Linkages of Two Important Economic Phenomena

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39

11/2015

Ötsch Walter: Ökonomie und Moral

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38

09/2015

Ötsch Walter, Pühringer Stephan: Marktradikalismus als Politische Ökonomie

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37

07/2015

Kapeller Jakob, Gräbner Claudius: The Micro‐Macro Link in Heterodox Economics

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36

07/2015

Kapeller Jakob, Schütz Bernhard: Verteilungstendenzen im Kapitalismus: Nationale und Globale Perspektiven

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35

06/2015

Pühringer Stephan: Wie wirken ÖkonomInnen und Ökonomik auf Politik und Gesellschaft

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34

06/2015

Beyer Karl: Emanzipation bei Marx und seine Kritik an Proudhon und dessen ideengeschichtlichen Nachfahren

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33

05/2015

Aistleitner Matthias, Fölker Marianne, Kapeller Jakob: Die Macht der Wissenschaftsstatistik und die Entwicklung der Ökonomie

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32

01/2015

Aistleitner Matthias, Fölker Marianne, Kapeller Jakob, Mohr Franz X., Pühringer Stephan: Verteilung und Gerechtigkeit: Philosophische Perspektiven

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31

01/2015

Pühringer, Stephan: Markets as “ultimate judges” of economic policies - Angela Merkel´s discourse profile during the economic crisis and the European crisis policies

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30

11/2014

Pühringer, Stephan: Kontinuitäten neoliberaler Wirtschaftspolitik in der Krise.

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29

11/2014

Ötsch, Walter, Derks, Lucas A.C., Walker, Wolfgang: Relationships are Constructed from Generalized Unconscious Social Images Kept in Steady Locations in Mental Space.

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28

11/2014

Kapeller, Jakob , Schütz, Bernhard, Tamesberger, Dennis: From Free to Civilized Markets: First Steps towards Eutopia.

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27

08/2014

Ötsch, Walter Otto: Warum war Keynes so erfolgreich? Eine Darstellung anhand der Methode von Bruno Latour.

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26

07/2014

Kapeller, Jakob: The return of the rentier. Review of: Piketty, Thomas (2014): Capital in the 21st century. Harvard University Press, 685 pages.

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25

11/2013

Ötsch, Walter Otto: Populismus und Demagogie. Mit Beispielen von Jörg Haider, Hans-Christian Strache und Frank Stronach sowie der Tea Party.

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24

08/2013

Nordmann, Jürgen: Die Neoliberale Gesellschaft. Ein theoretischer Umriss.

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23

08/2013

Nordmann, Jürgen: Grenzen aktueller Krisendebatten. Über Konstruktionen der öffentlichen Meinung und das Verhältnis von Sach- und Grundsatzdiskussionen in (neo)liberalen Demokratien.

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22

08/2013

Nordmann, Jürgen: Das neoliberale Selbst. Zur Genese und Kritik neuer Subjektkonstruktionen.

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21

08/2013

Beyer, Karl M.; Bräutigam, Lars: CDOs- A Critical Phenomenon of the Financial System in Crisis.

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20

08/2013

Pühringer, Stephan: Aus den Vorhöfen der Macht in die Medien zur eigenen Partei. Formen der Einflussnahme von ÖkonomInnen auf Politik und Wirtschaft im Zuge der Finanz- und Wirtschaftskrisenpolitik.

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19

08/2013

Pühringer, Stephan, Walter Otto Ötsch: Das Team Stronach: eine österreichische Tea Party?

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18

06/2013

Pühringer, Stephan; Hirte, Katrin: ÖkonomInnen in der Finanzkrise – Netzwerkanalytische Sicht auf die deutschsprachigen ÖkonomInnen in der Finanzkrise.

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17

06/2013

Beyer, Karl Michael; Ötsch, Walter Otto; Mader, Laura: Die Finanzkrise 2007-2009 als Krise von Schattenbanken. Eine einführende institutionelle Analyse, Paper zur Jahrestagung des Ausschusses Evolutorische Ökonomik im Verein für Sozialpolitik in Delft, 4.-6.7.2013.

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16

06/2013

Thieme, Sebastian; Hirte, Katrin: Mainstream, Orthodoxie und Heterodoxie – Zur Klassifizierung der Wirtschaftswissenschaften.

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15

06/2013

Pühringer, Stephan: The implementation of the European Fiscal Compact in Austria as a post-democratic phenomenon.

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14

03/2013

Pühringer, Stephan; Hirte, Katrin: The financial crisis as a tsunami. Discourse profiles of economists in the financial crisis.

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13

02/2013

Pühringer, Stephan; Plaimer, Wolfgang: Der Fiskalpakt und seine Implementation in Österreich. Diskursanalytische Aufarbeitung eines postdemokratischen Phänomens.

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12

01/2013

Hirte, Katrin: Zauberwort „Entkopplung“ – Ein Rückblick auf den Diskurs zur Agrarreform 2003 sowie die dortigen Diskrepanzen zwischen Versprechen und Wirkprinzipien der so genannten „Entkopplung“.

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11

12/2012

Ötsch, Walter: The Deep Meaning of “Market”. A Key to Understand the Neoliberal-Market-Radical Society.

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10

11/2012

Kapeller, Jakob; Pühringer, Stephan: Democracy in liberalism and neoliberalism. The case of Popper and Hayek.

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9

11/2012

Pühringer, Stephan; Hirte, Katrin: Erdbeben, Fieber und zarte Pflänzchen. Chronologischer Verlauf des Finanzkrisen-Diskurses deutschsprachiger Ökonomen; siehe dazu in: Hirte, Katrin (2013): Ökonom*innen in der Finanzkrise. Marburg: Metropolis.

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8

10/2012

Ötsch, Walter Otto: Die Macht der Ratingagenturen: Governance in der Ideologie ‘des Marktes’, Oktober 2012, Erschienen in: Brodbeck, Karl-Heinz (Hg.): Alternative Länder-Ratings, Schriftenreihe der Finance & Ethics Academy, Band 5, Shaker Verlag, Aachen 2013, 58 – 98.

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10/2012

Ötsch, Walter O.: Marktradikalität. Der Diskurs von „dem Markt“; siehe dazu in: Hertlein, Saskia; Klüsener, Bea; Raasch, Markus; Günther, Lena-Simone (Hg.): Radikalität. Re­ligiöse, politische und künstlerische Radikalismen in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, S. 254–279.

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6

12/2011

Pühringer, Stephan; Pühringer, Markus: Solidarität im Kapitalismus. Zur Unmöglichkeit einer Forderung.

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5

11/2011

Ötsch, Walter O.: Politische Ökonomie und Gesellschaft. Eine theoriegeschichtliche Skizze; siehe dazu in: Grözinger, Gerd; Reich, Utz-Peter (Hg.): Entfremdung – Ausbeutung – Revolte. Marburg: Metropolis Verlag, S. 145–165.

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11/2011

Plaimer, Wolfgang: Postdemokratie in Österreich? Hans Kelsen und Coulin Crouch als Ausgangspunkt für eine Analyse politischer Entscheidungsprozesse

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09/2011

Pühringer, Stephan: Gleichheit versus Vielfalt. Ein konstruierter Widerspruch?

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2

10/2010

Ötsch, Walter Otto: Die Finanz- und Wirtschaftskrise seit 2007: Ein Überblick.

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1

07/2010

Ötsch, Walter Otto; Hirte, Katrin; Nordmann, Jürgen: Die Evolution des ökonomischen Wissens und des Wissens über den Kapitalismus. Liberale Wissensproduktion, neue Institutionalisierung von Wissen und Performativity of Economics, Paper zur Jahrestagung des Evolutorischen Ausschusses im Verein für Socialpolitik, Linz, 1.-3. 7. 2010.

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