SPACE researchers @ SASE 2021 (2/4)

SPACE researchers presented their work at SASE Conference 2021 (online) Laura Porak presented her recent paper “Governing the Ungovernable. Recontextualizations of “Competition” in European Policy Discourse” at this years Annual Conference of the Society for the Advancement of Socioeconomics (SASE). Her paper provides an analysis of the partly contradictory stances of the political sovereign towards […]

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SPACE researchers @ SASE 2021 (1/4)

SPACE researchers presented their work at SASE Conference 2021 (online) SPACE researchers Stephan Pühringer, Johanna Rath and Teresa Griesebner presented their recent study  “The political economy of academic publishing. On the commodification of a public good” at this years Annual Conference of the Society for the Advancement of Socioeconomics (SASE). Their paper provides an institutional […]

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New Paper: On the Commodification of a Public Good

“The political economy of academic publishing: On the commodification of a public good” by SPACE researchers Stephan Pühringer, Johanna Rath and Teresa Griesebner This paper by SPACE researchers Stephan Pühringer, Johanna Rath and Teresa Griesebner provides an institutional and empirical analysis of the highly concentrated market of academic publishing, characterized by over proportionally high profit […]

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New Working Paper: ‘Competition Universialism’

New SPACE Working Paper on ‘Competition Universialism’ by C. Gräbner and S. Pühringer This new working paper by SPACE team leaders Claudius Gräbner and Stephan Pühringer discusses the actual relevance and historical origins or ‘competition universalism’. In economics, competition is conceptualized as a nearly ubiquitous element of societies, or, at least, used to study a wide […]

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SPACE Podcast “Wettbewerb infrage”: 3rd episode online

The 3rd episode of SPACE Podcast entitled “publish-or-perish” is now online The SPACE Project (in cooperation with Lisa Puchner) is producing a podcast series entitled “Wettbewerb infrage” to support the dissemination of research results from the project and discuss the concept of competition more broadly. The podcast series combines results, negotiated positions and discussions from […]

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