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Doubts on Growth: The Discourse on ‘Secular Stagnation’ in the Social Sciences

A Max Weber Lecture by
Claus Offe
(Hertie School of Governance)
Wednesday 18 February 2015
Refettorio, Badia Fiesolana


Clauss Offe is a political sociologist. He has made substantive contributions to understanding the relationships between democracy and capitalism. His recent work has focused on economies and states in transition to democracy.

The experience of declining growth rates, near-stagnation and deflationary dangers in […]


Behavioral economics – beyond (ir)rationality and other-regarding preferences

Moti Michaeli
(ECO MW Fellow 2014-2016)

What do you think of when you hear the term ‘behavioral economics’? Maybe you associate it with a specific methodology, maybe with a specific topic. If you think of a methodology, you most probably think of lab experiments, where subjects (usually BA students) are […]