Research Colloquium on Housing

Research Colloquium “Housing theory, housing policy and housing/homing as a practice” (online) In the winter term 2020, the SPACE project members at University of Vienna are organizing a publicly accessible online research colloquium on housing together with Brigitta Schmidt-Lauber, head of the department of European Ethnology. We have invited scholars from different disciplines and locations […]

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“Exploring Trade Narratives” and “Competition in Transformational Processes” @ EAEPE 2020

Matthias Aistleitner also presented the paper “Exploring the trade (policy) narratives in economic elite discourse” which is joint work with Stephan Pühringer (see also here). Here, we examine a specific manifestation of competition: the elite economics discourse on trade and trade policies. In doing so, we apply a multilevel mixed-method approach and combine quantitative methods […]

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SPACE researcher receives award

SPACE researcher awarded with EAEPE Best Paper Award The SPACE publication Structural change in times of increasing openness: assessing path dependency in European economic integration reiceived the 2020 EAEPE Kapp Prize, with which the association honors the best published research paper on a theme broadly in accord with the EAEPE Theoretical Perspectives. In the paper, Claudius Gräbner, […]

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“Talking about Competition” @ EAEPE 2020

After a successful presentation at SASE 2020, Stephan Pühringer and Johanna Rath again presented their paper “Talking about Competition. Discursive shifts in the economic imaginary of competition in public debates” at the virtual conference of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE) on the 3rd of September 2020. The paper, which is joint work […]

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The genesis of competition @ SASE 2020

On 22 July 2020 Stephan Pühringer and Georg Wolfmayr presented the paper “Theorizing Competition. An interdisciplinary approach to the genesis of a contested concept” at the virtual Annual Conference of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE). In this paper), which is joint work with Carina Altreiter, Ana Rogojanu and Claudius Gräbner, we review […]

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