Jakob Kapeller

Jakob Kapeller

Professor für Sozioökonomie mit Schwerpunkt Plurale Ökonomik
am Institut für Sozioökonomie

Forschungsinteressen: Ökonomischer und sozialer Wandel, Geschichte des politischen und ökonomischen Denkens, Politische Ökonomie, Heterodoxe Ökonomie, Philosophie der Sozialwissenschaften

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CAMPUS DUISBURG

Raum:LE 404
Anschrift:Lotharstraße 65,
47057 Duisburg
Telefon:(0203) 379 - 4325
E-Mail:jakob.kapeller@uni-due.de
Sprechzeiten:Sprechstunden Vorlesungszeit WS 2019/20:
Nach Vereinbarung per E-Mail.
Zuständiges Sekretariat:Meike Girnth
Hinweis:externe Website: www.jakob-kapeller.org

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Academic Activities

 

Education

 

Selected Awards & Recognitions

 

Komplettes CV deutsch | englisch

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Research Interests

Economic and Social Change, History of Economic and Political Thought, Political Economy and Heterodox Economics, Philosophy of the Social Sciences

 

Selected Research Projects

2017-2019: The political economy of trade openness and competitiveness – Leading Investigator.
Funded by: Austrian Central Bank/OeNB)

2017-2018: Vergabeformen im Schienenpersonenverkehr – Leading Investigator.
Funded by: Austrian Ministry for Transport, Infrastructure and Technology – BMVIT
More information can be found here (in German).

2017-2018: Wealth concentration in Austria and Europe – Leading Investigator.
Funded by: Austrian Chamber of Labor

2015-2017: Networks, paradigms, attitudes – Understanding the ‚German Sonderweg’ in economics – Leading Investigator in a consortium of Johannes Kepler University Linz and Vienna University of Economics and Business.
Funded by: FGW
More information can be found here (in German).

2015-2017: ‘Lost in citation: citation nalysis and the disciplinary structure of Economics – Leading Investigator in a consortium with Yale University and the University of Rome “La Sapienza”.
Funded by: Institute for New Economic Thinking
More information can be found here.

2015-2017: “Economic Policy and the Performativity of Economic Models: Looking at the Intersection between Theory and Policy” – Leading Investigator (70.000 $, funded by the Institute for New Economic Thinking)
Funded by: Institute for New Economic Thinking
More information can be found here.