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2021 (43) Heft 1
Fokus: Thomas Piketty, Capital and Ideology
  • A&K 2021 1 : Table of Content
  • Steven Pressman: Accumulating Capital: Capital and Ideology after Capital in the Twenty-First Century
  • Katharina Pistor: Ideology and Institutions in the Evolution of Capital
  • Timur Ergen and Sebastian Kohl: Is More Mittelstand the Answer? Firm Size and the Crisis of Democratic Capitalism
  • Andreas Albertsen and Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen: Tensions in Piketty’s Participatory Socialism: Reconciling Justice and Democracy
  • Martin O’Neill: Justice, Power, and Participatory Socialism: on Piketty’s Capital and Ideology
  • Andreas Langenohl: More Lessons to Learn: Thomas Piketty’s Capital and Ideology and Alternative Archives of Social Experience
  • Thomas Piketty: About Capital, Socialism and Ideology
  • Hector Qirko: The Role of Culture in Evolutionary Theories of Human Cooperation
  • Jonathan Birch: The Skilful Origins of Human Normative Cognition
  • Kristin Andrews and Evan Westra: If Skill is Normative, Then Norms are Everywhere
  • Michael Tomasello: Norms Require Not Just Technical Skill and Social Learning, but Real Cooperation
  • Kim Sterelny: The Skill Hypothesis: A Variant
  • Peter Railton: Normative Guidance, Evaluative Guidance, and Skill
  • Jonathan Birch: Refining the Skill Hypothesis: Replies to Andrews/Westra, Tomasello, Sterelny, and Railton

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Open Access

Thomas Piketty
About Capital, Socialism and Ideology
Publishing year: 2021
Volume: 43
Number: 1
Page: 147-168
Alexander Vostroknutov
Social Norms in Experimental Economics: Towards a Unified Theory of Normative Decision Making
Publishing year: 2020
Volume: 42
Number: 1
Page: 3-39
Luise Görges, and Daniele Nosenzo
Measuring Social Norms in Economics: Why It Is Important and How It Is Done
Publishing year: 2020
Volume: 42
Number: 2
Page: 285-311
Michael Hüther and Matthias Diermeier
Perception and Reality—Economic Inequality as a Driver of Populism?
Publishing year: 2019
Volume: 41
Number: 2
Page: 337-357

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