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Erich Hoedl

Hoedl, Erich

Hoedl, Erich

Visiting Researcher, Columbia University, New York; Vice-President, European Academy for Sciences and Arts

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Visiting Researcher, Columbia University, New York; Vice-President, European Academy for Sciences and Arts

Erich Hoedl is an Austrian with education in Economics and Mathematics in Paris and Vienna. He is a Visiting Researcher at Columbia University, New York, Professor in Economics in Germany and Austria, Rector at Wuppertal University and Graz University of Technology and Vice-President of European Academy for Sciences and Arts.

ARTICLES BY THIS AUTHOR

Economy and Society: Strategies for a More Equal Distribution of Societal Power   ( Economic Theory ), ( Education ), ( Employment ), ( New Economics ), ( Money & Finance ), ( Social Welfare ), ( Social Science )
Abstract Unequal distribution of societal power is to a large extent responsible for poverty, hunger, the destruction of nature, and inhuman living conditions. From the perspective of its redistribution, we distinguish three basic means of power: The ownership of material and immaterial properties, the kind of organisation and the values according to which properties and their organisation are handled. This framework permits us to identify crucial power structures in less industrialised and...
European Transition into a Socio-ecological Market Economy   ( Economy & Ecology ), ( New Economics )
 Get Full Text in PDF Abstract The European Union has introduced the Europe 2020 Strategy and Horizon 2020, which contain several elements for a transition into a Socio-ecological Market Economy. But their implementations are mainly hampered by the unduly large financial sector and the political striving for high economic growth. A turn into low growth equilibrium needs a reduction of total capital inputs, which are composed of financial, man-made and natural capital. Whereas the reduction...