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9 hours ago
The Association of Social Economics has a long history of publishing articles about the discrimination and unfair treatment that minorities face around the world. In the following weeks we will be posting a series of these articles which were published in our two journals.
4 days ago
This weeks #throwbackthursday is an article by Ai-Thu Dang about Amartya Sen‘s Capability Approach as a framework for well-being evaluation and policy analysis. Check it out at the link below!
5 days ago
Today we wanted to highlight the winner of the 2019 Ludwig Mai Service Award, Dr. Robert McMaster. Dr. McMaster has supported several World Congresses and Summer Schools and served as the co-editor of the Review of Social Economy for 12 years (2005-2017).