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No.AuthorTitle

2018

2018-10Apostolakoudis, ThanasisReclaiming growth. The delusion of cumulative growth, the semantics of degrowth and the case for eugrowth (ευ+ growth).
2018-09Merkle, MagnusGesellschaftliche Implikationen einer säkularen Stagnation (in German)
2018-07Ferhi, SabrineThe relationship amongst public debt and economic growth in developing country case of Tunisia.
2018-06Ball, ElenaPerceptions of risk and risky decision-making – what matters?
2018-05Dory, AnnaGrowth versus Degrowth: Relocalization as an Impediment to Equality in a Post-growth Society
2018-04Pfeil, Katharina & Weser, HenrietteThe degrowth of work time: A concept with an ordoliberal orientation?
2018-03Hermeto, João RomeiroCritique of Growth and Degrowth Ideology: From Developed to Undeveloped countries.
2018-02Kumbun, Lanung TuCan Myanmar be Prosperous without Democratic Political Institutions?
2018-01Park, ClaireHow Degrowth Does Not Grow Equity: Normative Justifications for Redistribution Within Degrowth Literature

2016

2016-11Uzunova, MarinaVoting power and fair representation: Back to basics
2016-10von Stein, RobinaElectronic civil disobedience: Current digital protests in defence of privacy right
2016-09Semenov, AndrejThe Quest for the State Legitimacy: Between the State Authority and Citizens’ Rights
2016-08Lentzler, Tobias and Vollmer, LeonOn Mistrust and Legitimacy.
The Justification of Reforms in Latvia
2016-07Komshukova, OlgaLegitimacy, repressions and cooptation: the keys to strengthening autocracy under the sanctions
2016-06Kiener, MaximilianPolitical Legitimacy and Cultural Affiliation. A Rawlsian approach to Practical Reasoning
2016-05Ilyin, MikhailTransdisciplinary legitimation of critical thinking in academia
2016-04Evers, LudwigConceptualizing political legitimacy: A comparative analysis of the Turkish Justice and Development Party from 2002 until 2015
2016-03Chipperfield, TimThe Legitimacy of Private Standard Setting for Sustainable Textiles: Perspectives from Bangladesh and Europe
2016-02Breuer, MirianIgnorance, Competition, and Jurisdictions: How Jurisdictional Competition can foster Learning and Discovery about Citizens’ Needs
2016-01Adbayo, WaidiGovernance and Legitimacy Crisis
In Africa in the 21st Century
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