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Wissenschaftlicher Pluralismus als Entdeckungsverfahren und das Monopol der Modellökonomik

  • Dürmeier, Thomas

In dieser Arbeit wird untersucht, ob Wettbewerb in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften existiert. Es besteht ein Monopol der heutigen neoklassischen Modellökonomik, was zu einer geringen Pluralität der wissenschaftlichen Ansätze und Perspektiven führt. Der wissenschaftliche Fortschritt wird behindert und das hat negative Folgen für die Wirtschaft und die Politik. Dies wird an Beispiele aus der Finanzkrise, bibliometrischen Ergebnisse und Fallbeispiele aus bundesdeutschen Hochschulen verdeutlicht. Als Fazit wird eine wissenschaftspolitische Intervention in die Volkswirtschaftslehre für mehr Pluralität gefordert: ein Code of Conduct für ÖkonomInnen, eine Quote für heterodoxe Lehrmeinungen und die Gründung eines Instituts für plurale Ökonomik in der Bundesrepublik.

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Paper provided by University of Hamburg, Centre for Economic and Sociological Studies (CESS/ZÖSS) in its series Discussion Papers with number 30.

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