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Forschung

Zu den inhaltlichen Forschungsschwerpunkten von Svenja Flechtner gehören sozio-ökonomische Ungleichheiten, Fragen der Entwicklungsökonomik, Verhaltensökonomik sowie interdisziplinäre Ansätze in der Ökonomik. Die Juniorprofessur beschäftigt sich außerdem mit Fragen der Wissenschaftstheorie und Praxis Pluraler Ökonomik.

 

Publikationen


Flechtner, S. (2017): "Should aspirations be a matter of policy concern?", Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 18(4): 517-530, doi: 10.1080/19452829.2017.1364224.

Flechtner, S. (2017): "Individuelle Zielsetzungen - Ein Ansatzpunkt zur Bekämpfung von Armut und Ungleichheiten?", Der Öffentliche Sektor - The Public Sector 43(2): 49-53.  

Flechtner, S. (2017): "Growth Miracle or Endangered Development? Vested Interests, Policy-Making, and Economic Development in the Dominican Republic", Journal of Economic Issues 51(2): 323-331.

Flechtner, S. (2017): "Inequality, (unmet) aspirations and social protest", in H. Hanappi & S. Katsikides (eds), Evolutionary Political Economy in Action. A Cyprus Symposium, Part 1: Political Economy in Action: 109-123. Abingdon/ New York: Routledge.

Flechtner, S. (2017): "Desigualdad y desenvolvimiento económico en la República Dominicana - Un análisis desde la perspectiva de la economía política", in A. Klump and C. Felbeck (eds), Dominicanidad: Perspectivas de un concepto transnacional: 169-203. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. 

Flechtner, S. (2016): Aspirations and the persistence of poverty and inequalities. Dissertation, Europa-Universität Flensburg.

Flechtner, S. & Panther, S. (2016): "Economic inequality, political power and political decision-making: the case of the 'middle-income trap'", in S. Fadda & P. Tridico (eds), Varieties of Economic Inequality: 72-94. Abingdon/ New York: Routledge.

Flechtner, S. (2014): "Aspiration Traps: When Poverty Stifles Hope", World Bank Inequality in Focus, 3(1), January 2014. 

 

Laufende Projekte und Arbeitspapiere


Flechtner, S. & Sánchez-Ancochea, D. (2018): "What determines public social spending in Latin America"?, work in progress.

Decker, S., Elsner, W. & Flechtner, S. (2018, Hrsg.): Advancing Pluralism in Teaching Economics: International Perspectives on a Textbook Science, Routledge Advances in Heterodox Economics. Routledge, forthcoming in August 2018. 

Decker, S., Elsner, W. & Flechtner, S. (2018, Hrsg.): Principles and Pluralist Approaches in Teaching Economics: Towards a Transformative Science, Routledge Advances in Heterodox Economics. Routledge, forthcoming in 2018/ 2019. 

Flechtner, S. (2018): "Pluralism in Economics: How is this still a thing?", work in progress.

Flechtner, S. (2018): "Behavioural development economics - progress or fad?", work in progress. 

Flechtner, S. und Gräbner, C. (2018): "Inequality and the complexity of economic production", work in progress. 

Flechtner, S. & Heinrich, T. (2017): "Interpreting Sufficiency in fsQCA. A reply to Marques and Salavisa (2017)", under review.

Flechtner, S. & Panther, S. (2017): "Global domestic inequalities and the political economy of the middle-income trap", under review (R&R). 

 

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