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Vorlesungen 1995-2022

2022: Nancy Cartwright: Is economics the queen of the social sciences? The bad news—and the good


  • The vanity of rigour
  • Economics: the inexact science
  • Objectivity – to be found
  • The queen vs the Motley assembly

2022: Mariana Mazzucato: The Entrepreunerial State

Themen (Die ersten drei Lectures wurden videoaufgezeichnet und können unter den Links aufgerufen werden):

The Entrepreneurial State: debunking public versus private sector myths

The Value of Everything: making and taking in the global economy

A Mission Oriented Lens on the Economy

Q&A: Ask me anything

2019: Larry Samuelson: Reasoning in Large Worlds


  • In Search of a State Space
  • Model-Based Inference
  • A Model of Induction
  • Learning (Not?) to Trade

2018: Werner Plumpe: Kapitalismus im evolutionären Paradigma


  • Die Dynamik des Kapitalismus
  • Ein europäischer Sonderweg
  • Aufstieg, Fall und Aufstieg des Kapitalismus
  • Der historische Ort des Kapitalismus

2017: Werner Güth: Games and Experiments - Theoretical Concepts and Experimental Findings


  • On Behavioral Economics And Ultimatum Experiments
  • Egalitarian Corporate Governance - Experiment on Co-Determination via Fair Bidding
  • Push, Pull or Both? - On Indirect Evolution
  • Rationality With(out) Noise Versus (non) Optimal Satisficing - A Portfolio Choice Experiment

2016: Paul De Grauwe: Lectures in Behavioural Macroeconomics 


2015: Neri Salvadori: Ricardo's Theory of Growth and Accumulation. A modern view 


  • A Modern Ricardian Theory: The One-sector Model
  • A Modern Ricardian Theory: The Two-sector Model
  • A Modern Ricardian Theory: Foreign Trade
  • A Modern Ricardian Theory: Technical Change

2014: Jacques Thisse: Does Space Matter for Economic Theory?


  • The breakdown of the competitive paradigm in a spatial economy: what's the issue and what are the solutions?
  • From von Thünen to Krugman through Launhardt and Hotelling: how to model competition across space
  • Can monopolistic and spatial competition be reconciled? Beyond the CES
  • Why do cities exist? Because proximity (still) matters

2013: Manfred J. Holler: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: From Ethics to Economics and Back Again


  • Is there a Second Mover Advantage?
  • From Desires to Preferences and to Decisions
  • The Forming of Expectations and Its Failure
  • Is it Better to Be Loved or Feared? The Modern Machiavelli

2012: Sir Anthony Atkinson: Public Economics in an Age of Austerity


  • Public economics and austerity
  • Taxing the rich
  • Models can become prisons
  • Global public economics

2011: Carl Christian von Weizäcker: Homo Oeconomicus Adaptivus


  • Freedom, Rationality, Welfare, and Adaptive Preferences
  • The Hypothesis of Adaptive Preferences: Foundations in Psychology and Human Evolution
  • Schumpeterian Innovation: Justification of Decentralised Decision Making under Adaptive Preferences
  • The State, the Market, Social Philosophy, and Adaptive Preferences

2010: Joel Mokyr: Culture and Economic History


  • Culture and Modern Economic Growth
  • The Cultural Origins of Economic Modernization
  • The Cultural Origins of the Industrial Revolution
  • Culture, Institutions, and the Beginning of Modern Growth

2009: Philippe Aghion: Schumpeterian Growth Theory and Growth Policy Design

  • Schumpeterian Paradigm and the Notion of Appropriate Growth Policy
  • Higher Education and Growth
  • Environment and Directed Technical Change
  • Macroeconomic Policy and Growth

2008: Donald G. Saari: The Incredible Complexity of the Social Sciences


  • We vote, but do we elect whom we really want?
  • Why is it that no matter how hard we try, somebody can propose an "improvement"?
  • The surprising complexity of economics
  • The responsibility of the social sciences to assist the engineering and physical sciences

2007: Alan Kirman: The Economy as a Complex Interactive System: Theory, Empirical Evidence, and Experiments


  • Individual and aggregate rationality: neither is the result of the other
  • Markets and their organisation: some theory and examples
  • Empirical and experimental evidence for the relation between micro and macro behaviour
  • What does this approach help us to explain? Bubbles, crashes and loyalty

2006: Simon Gächter: Behavioral Economics: From Homo Economicus to Homo Sapiens


  • Behavioural Economics: A Paradigm Shift in the Economic Sciences?
  • Contracts, Competition, and Cooperation
  • The Psychology and Economics of Incentives in Organisations
  • Economic Policy from a Behavioural Perspective

2005: Amit Bhaduri: The Macroeconomics of Growth and Innovations


  • The Present State of Growth Theory: the Demand and the Supply Side
  • Distribution of Income and its Demand Side Consequences
  • Innovation, Competition and the Supply Side
  • Towards a General Framework of Analysis: its Main Implications

2004: Richard N. Langlois: The Dynamics of Industrial Capitalism: Schumpeter, Chandler, and the New Economy


  •  Progressive Rationalization
  • Personal Capitalism
  • The Rise of the Corporation
  • The Return of the Entrepreneur

2002: Alan S. Milward: Trade and Politics in the European Community


  • Trade and Politics in the European Community
  • Non-Discrimination and Trade Preferences in Economic Development
  • Trade and the Expansion of the European Community
  • Structural Change in Europe´s Trade and Politics

2001: Duncan K. Foley: Unholy Trinity. Labour, Capital and Land in the New Economy


  • Complexity, Self-organisation and Political Economy
  • Innovative Capitalism and the Distribution of Income
  • Can Political Economy Save Us from Global Warming?
  • The New Economy and the Population of the Earth

2000: Erich W. Streissler: Exchange Rates and International Financial Markets


  • Exchange Rates in the Light of Schumpeter, but not of Diocletian.
    Friedman's Case for Flexible Exchange Rates versus Random Walks in Theory and Practice
  • Interest Parity and Purchasing Power Parity - Which Kind of Equilibria?
    Process Analysis of Temporal Exchange Rate Equilibria
  • Further Results on Process Equilibria and Countervailing Forces Making for Mean Reversion
    Stabilization through Bounded Interest Rates and Exchange Rate Theory without the Contrivance of Macroeconomics
  • On the Neutrality of Money - Or the Story of Anarchasis the Scythian

1999: Ian Steedman: Consumption and Time

1997: Nathan Rosenberg: Schumpeter and the Endogeneity of Technology

1996: Brian J. Loasby: Knowledge, Institutions and Evolution in Economics

1995: J. Stanley Metcalfe: Evolutionary Economics and Creative Destruction


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