Der 'deutsche Sonderweg' im Fokus: Eine vergleichende Analyse der paradigmatischen Struktur und der politischen Orientierung der deutschen und US-amerikanischen Oekonomie (The 'German special path': A comparative analysis of the paradigmatic structure and the political orientation of German and US economics)
Jakob Kapeller and
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Stephan Pühringer
No 71, ICAE Working Papers from Johannes Kepler University, Institute for Comprehensive Analysis of the Economy
The central subject of this study is a comparative analysis of the current state as well as development trends in German and US economics, to check the thesis of a German special path. Therefore we conducted an empirical analysis of full professors of economics in the countries chosen. The main focus of our analysis is on their publications in economic journals (research profile) as well as on their scientific and political connections (policy making). The data collection was realized through a multilevel survey, which consists of qualitative and quantitative variables. A main result of the study is that while the research profile (e.g. the paradigmatic orientation) of economists in the two countries is fairly similar, differences potentially indicating a special path of German economics can be found on the level of politico-economic networks in economic policy advice.
Keywords: Research profile of economists in Germany and the US; Science indicators; Economic Policy Advice; Network-Analysis; ordo liberalism (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 101 pages
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