Knowledge Transfer at the Institute for Socioeconomics

ifsoblog - the research blog of the Institute of Socioeconomics

The ifsoblog is the central online platform for knowledge transfer of the Institute of Socioeconomics at the University of Duisburg-Essen.

Researchers of the Institute regularly summarize their research contributions and important expert discussions here. In addition, the ifsoblog bundles further activities of the institute's scientists in the field of knowledge transfer.

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SVR Annual Report 2021/22

Under the title "Shaping Transformation: Education, Digitization and Sustainability", the new annual report 2021/22 of the German Council of Economic Experts was presented to the German government on November 10, 2021 - co-authored by our institute member Prof. Dr. Achim Truger.

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ifso expertise

In the publication series ifso expertise, we publish economic and socio-political expert reports that are produced at and in the environment of the Institute for Socioeconomics at the University of Duisburg-Essen.

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Free online course

A free online course of the IfSo offers the possibility to gain first insights into the topic "Inequality from a socio-economic perspective". In four chapters with 25 specially produced videos and interactive applications, of course under open licenses.

Direkt zum Kurs

With a plural and openly licensed online learning tool on economic policy, we offer upper secondary school students and first-year students an innovative offer for digital learning.

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Introduction macro

Available free of charge and online: the digital textbook "Introduction to Macroeconomics: plural and interactive" by the authors Franz Prante and Achim Truger (both ifso) as well as Alessandro Bramucci and Eckhard Hein.

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