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Sozialökologisches Wirtschaften

Since beco­ming formally esta­blished with an inter­na­tional academic society in the late 1980s, ecolo­gical econo­mics has advanced under­stan­ding of the inter­ac­tions between social and biophy­sical reality. It initi­ally combined ques­tio­ning of the basis of main­stream econo­mics with a concern for envi­ron­mental degra­da­tion and limits to growth, but has now advanced well beyond critique into theo­re­tical, analy­tical and policy alter­na­tives. Social ecolo­gical econo­mics and trans­for­ma­tion to an alter­na­tive future now form core ideas in an inter­di­sci­pli­nary approach combi­ning insights from a range of disci­plines inclu­ding hete­rodox econo­mics, poli­tical ecology, socio­logy, poli­tical science, social psycho­logy, applied philo­sophy, envi­ron­mental ethics and a range of natural sciences.

Unser Forschungs­team für Sozi­al­ö­ko­l­o­gi­sche Wirt­schaft

Clive Spash, PhD
Clive Spash, PhD

Stellvertretender Institutsvorstand

Mit dem Institut verbun­dene Forscher/innen

Dr. Karin Dobernig
Dr. Karin Dobernig

Forschungsassistentin am Institute for Ecological Economics, WU Wien

Mgr. Christian Kerschner, M.Sc., Dr.
Mgr. Christian Kerschner, M.Sc., Dr.

Postdoctoral Researcher and Lecturer, Department of Environmental Studies Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

Tone Smith-Spash, M.Phil., PhD.
Tone Smith-Spash, M.Phil., PhD.

Research Assistant, Lecturer at WU Vienna

Mehr über dieses Thema

Unsere Publi­ka­tionen zu diesem Thema:

Fellner, W. and Spash, C.L. (2014). The Illu­sion of Consumer Sover­eignty in Economic and Neoli­beral Thought. ideas.repec.org Vienna: Insti­tute for Envi­ron­ment and Regional Deve­lop­ment. pp.37.

Fellner, W. and Spash, C.L. (2015). The Role of Consumer Sover­eignty in Sustai­ning the Market Economy. In Reisch, L.A. and Thørgersen, J. (eds.). Hand­book of Rese­arch on Sustainable Consump­tion (pp.394-409). Chel­tenham: Edward Elgar.

Fellner, W.J. (2017). Work and Leisure: Money, Iden­tity and Play­ful­ness. In Spash, C.L. (ed.). Rout­ledge Hand­book of Ecolo­gical Econo­mics: Nature and Society (pp.214-223). Abingdon: Rout­ledge.

Puller, A. and Smith, T. (2017). A Critical and Realist Approach to Ecolo­gical Econo­mics. In Spash, C.L. (ed.). Rout­ledge Hand­book of Ecolo­gical Econo­mics: Nature and Society (pp.17-26). Abingdon: Rout­ledge.

Spash, C.L. (2011a). Social ecolo­gical econo­mics: Under­stan­ding the past to see the future. American Journal of Econo­mics and Socio­logy 70(2): 340-375.

Spash, C.L. (2011b). Social Ecolo­gical Econo­mics: Under­stan­ding the Past to See the Future. In Lee, F.S. (ed.). Social, Methods, and Micro­eco­no­mics: Cont­ri­bu­ti­uons to Doing Econo­mics Better (pp.39-74). Oxford: Wiley­-Black­well.

Spash, C.L. (2016). Social ecolo­gical trans­for­ma­tion. Envi­ron­mental Values 25(3): 253-258. Spash, C.L. (2017a). Combi­ning Social, Ecolo­gical and Economic Know­ledge: How Critical Realism Can Help. In Lindner, U. and Mader, D. (eds.). Critical Realism Meets Kriti­sche Sozi­al­theorie (pp.forth­co­ming). Biele­feld: Tran­script Verlag.

Spash, C.L. (2017b). Social Ecolo­gical Econo­mics. In Spash, C.L. (ed.). Rout­ledge Hand­book of Ecolo­gical Econo­mics: Nature and Society (pp.3-16). Abingdon: Rout­ledge.

Spash, C.L. (2017c). Soziales, ökol­o­gi­sches und ökon­o­mi­sches Wissen: Zum Synthe­ti­sie­rungs­po­ten­zial des Critical Realism. In Lindner, U. and Mader, D. (eds.). Critical Realism meets kriti­sche Sozi­al­theorie. Onto­logie, Erklä­rung und Kritik in den Sozi­al­wis­sen­schaften (pp.forth­co­ming). Biele­feld: Tran­skript.

Spash, C.L. and Dobernig, K. (2017a). Theo­ries of (Un)sustainable Consump­tion. www-sre.wu.ac.at Vienna: Insti­tute for Multi­level Gover­nance and Deve­lop­ment. pp.26.

Spash, C.L. and Dobernig, K. (2017b). Theo­ries of (Un)sutainable Consump­tion. In Spash, C.L. (ed.). Rout­ledge Hand­book of Ecolo­gical Econo­mics: Nature and Society (pp.203-213). Abingdon: Rout­ledge.