The Birth of a New Economics Faculty in the Netherlands
446 Seiten, Gebunden, HC runder Rücken kaschiert, Format (B × H): 160 mm x 241 mm, Gewicht: 1830 g
Verlag: Springer US
Schenk / de Gijsel Multidisciplinary EconomicsMultidisciplinary economics deliberately uses the insights and approaches of other disciplines and examines what consequences their contributions have for existing economic methods, theories and solutions to economic problems. Multidisciplinary economists should be at home in their own discipline and meet the high international standards of economic teaching and research that the discipline has developed. At the same time they should be able to recognise the limits of economics and be willing to open up new horizons by following new, discipline-transcending paths on which new insights into the analysis and solutions of economic problems can be found in collaboration with representatives of other disciplines. As a result of this search, economic methods and theories may have to be adjusted in such a way that they take insights from other disciplines into account. They may even have to be replaced by methods and theories that have been developed by other disciplines.
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I Multidisciplinary Economics: the Birth of a New Economics Faculty in the Netherlands Opening Address, Historical Mistakes Rectified, Tjalling C. Koopmans: an Inspiring Example, Styles of Research in Economics at Cowles II Multidisciplinary Economics at Utrecht University Origins and Development of Multidisciplinary Economics at Utrecht University, Multidisciplinary Economic Research at Utrecht University III Spanning Multidisciplinary Economics: the Institutional, Historical and Spatial Dimensions of Economics. Restructuring the Welfare State Introduction , Towards a European Social Model: Managing Social Risks through Transitional Labour Markets, Dutch Debates: Modernising Social Security by Introducing the Life Course as a Frame of Reference, Learning to Trust Industrial Dynamics and Innovation Economics Introduction, The Truth about Markets, The State of the Industrial Organization Field, On the Dynamics of Innovation Policy: a Dutch Perspective, 'History Friendly' Models of Industrial Evolution: an Overview Financing Problems of the Welfare State Introduction, Public Governance and Private Governance: Exchanging Ideas, Macroeconomics of Fiscal Policy and Government Debt, Joys and Pains of Public Debt EU Integration and the New Economic Geography Introduction, European Integration and Economic Geography: Theory and Empirics in the Regional Convergence Debate, An Account of Geographic Concentration Patterns in Europe - Introduction and Summary Past and Future of the Global Financial Architecture Introduction, Regulation and the Role of Central Banks in an Increasingly Integrated Financial World, Who is Running the IMF: Critical Shareholders or the Staff?, Synthetic Money Economics and Ageing Introduction, Health, Wealth and the Role of Institutions Inaugural addresses Organisational Economics inan Age of Restructuring, or:How Corporate Strategies Can Harm Your Economy, Does Social Security Crowd Out Private Savings?, Will the Dutch Level Out their One and Only Mountain?, The Pietersberg Paradox and Mountains of Debt, The Global Market for Capital: Friend or Foe From Koopmans to Krugman: International Economics and Geography, Index