L'équipe

Équipe

Andrea Pürckhauer coordinated the development of the Exploring Economics platform as a research assistant. She studied political science and international economics. Her research interests are feminist economics and the political economy of migration.
Andreas Dimmelmeier is a GEM-STONES Doctoral Fellow in Political Science and International Political Economy at the University of Warwick and the Copenhagen Business School. His research interests include sustainable finance, politics of expertise and economic ideas.
Consejo
Daniel Obst has co-designed and co-founded Exploring Economics. He is a PhD student at the Institute for Socioeconomics at the University of Duisburg-Essen. He holds a bachelor's degree in political science and a master's degree in economics.
Frederick Heussner is doing research on the intersection between International Institutions and Global Inequality. He is affiliated with the University of Munich.
Ignacio Silva Neira
Jacobo Castellanos
Jakob Hafele is a masters student at the University of Vienna and co-founder of ZOE - the Institut for Inclusive and Sustainable Economies and the Network for Pluralism in Economics. He is interested in socio-ecological development, core-periphery structures and global production networks and uses complexity economics and political economy approaches to study them.
Janina Urban is a research assistant at the Institute for Social Development (Forschungsinstitut für gesellschaftliche Weiterentwicklung), a public research institute in Germany. In 2015 she completed her Master's degree in economics and has been active in the network plural economics for four years. Her research interests lie in pluralist economics, macroeconomics and emerging markets.
Jorim Gerrard is a master student of Economics and part of the program Economic Policies in the age of Globalisation (EPOG) at the University for Law & Economics Berlin and the University Paris 13 & 7. At Exploring Economics his roles are mainly the coordination of the curation, ministration and search for material and the editor team.
Josephin Wagner is a Master‘s student of Sustainable Economics at the University of Kassel. She is actively involved in shaping the sustainable development of the higher education landscape and joined the Exploring Economics project team in September 2017.
Lara Boerger is an economics teacher and is currently a Master's student at the University of Leipzig. She has been committed to pluralist economics for more than 5 years, was co-founder of the university group "Real-World-Economics Mainz" and has been active at AK Plurale Ökonomik Leipzig since 2015.
Lilli Pohl
Lino Zeddies, Master's degree in economics from the Free University of Berlin, activist for social change, especially pluralist economics, sovereign money reform and organizational development. Initiated the EE project and contributed developing the basic concept.
Lukas Böhm studied physics and social sciences before he became a member of the Network for Pluralism in Economics. He was part of Exploring Economics in the very first months and during the crowdfunding. He also founded the local group of the Network in Bochum. You can find recordings of their lecture series on Exploring Economics. Right now Lukas is focused on another project of his, the fair-fashion label feinwasser. He wants to establish feinwasser as an alternative company, completely transparent on managed collectively without hierarchies.
Ruben Tarne is a PhD student at the University of Groningen and the Hans Böckler Foundation. In 2016 he received his Master's degree in International Economics (M. A.) from the Berlin School of Economics and Law.
Simon Walch, a graduate of Economics and South Asian Studies, is currently enrolled in an M.A. degree in Global Political Economy at Kassel University. In 2012, he was involved in the preparation of the first Rethinking Economics Conference and has ever since been pushing for new ideas and approaches in economics. As a student in Tübingen, he was working as a research assistant at the Weltethos-Institute, and prior to taking up his master’s, he worked for the OECD in Paris.

Auteurs

Andrea Pürckhauer coordinated the development of the Exploring Economics platform as a research assistant. She studied political science and international economics. Her research interests are feminist economics and the political economy of migration.
Andreas Dimmelmeier is a GEM-STONES Doctoral Fellow in Political Science and International Political Economy at the University of Warwick and the Copenhagen Business School. His research interests include sustainable finance, politics of expertise and economic ideas.
Daniel Obst has co-designed and co-founded Exploring Economics. He is a PhD student at the Institute for Socioeconomics at the University of Duisburg-Essen. He holds a bachelor's degree in political science and a master's degree in economics.
Felix Kersting is a research associate at the Institute of Economic History at Humboldt University Berlin. He studied economics, political science and psychology. His doctoral thesis deals with the effects of economic development on the rise of nationalism.
Frederick Heussner is doing research on the intersection between International Institutions and Global Inequality. He is affiliated with the University of Munich.
Janina Urban is a research assistant at the Institute for Social Development (Forschungsinstitut für gesellschaftliche Weiterentwicklung), a public research institute in Germany. In 2015 she completed her Master's degree in economics and has been active in the network plural economics for four years. Her research interests lie in pluralist economics, macroeconomics and emerging markets.
Lara Boerger is an economics teacher and is currently a Master's student at the University of Leipzig. She has been committed to pluralist economics for more than 5 years, was co-founder of the university group "Real-World-Economics Mainz" and has been active at AK Plurale Ökonomik Leipzig since 2015.
Ruben Tarne is a PhD student at the University of Groningen and the Hans Böckler Foundation. In 2016 he received his Master's degree in International Economics (M. A.) from the Berlin School of Economics and Law.
Sheral Shah

Éditeurs

Adrian Odenweller
Andrei-Bogdan Sterescu
Andrey Smolyakov
Anum Javed
Aurora Li
Baldomar Carrillo
Carmen Orazzo
Catherina Celosse
Christian Axtmann
christina elias
Christopher Dathe
Divanshu Sethi
Edison Jakurti
Filipa Reis
Hugo Mello is a Master’s student of Economics at University of Lisbon. He is interested in the BRICS economies, Eurozone, fiscal and monetary policies and International Economics.
Ignacio Silva Neira
Jakub Sokolowski
Jens Tandstad
Jorge Rosales-Salas
Jorim Gerrard is a master student of Economics and part of the program Economic Policies in the age of Globalisation (EPOG) at the University for Law & Economics Berlin and the University Paris 13 & 7. At Exploring Economics his roles are mainly the coordination of the curation, ministration and search for material and the editor team.
Julia Schmid
Julia Kaff
Julian Pallinger
Julien Hallak
Kasturi Kandalam
Katie Smith
Kerstin Hoette
Konstantin Gast
Lilli Pohl
Maria Zinutti
María Elena Mejia
Mark Dürrbeck
Mauricio Barbara
Michiel Beelaerts
Nicolà Bezzola
Nora Jusufi
Padmashree
Panchali Banerjee
Pauline Kohlhase
Pedronella
Philipp Censkowsky
Ramya Emandi
Rebecca Lohmann
Ricka Bähnsch
Rishant Godara
Seun Adeyemo
Summit Gupta
Tamara Naidoo
Teresa Romero
Thore Beckmann
Tom Göhring

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