Target groups: Agricultural Sciences (BSc/MSc) and Environmental Sciences (BSc/MSc).
In this seminar we will read and discuss about three scientific papers which thoroughly and critically deal with economic growth and environmental topics.
Enhanced knowledge on ecological economics, growth critics of ecological economics, energetical-material implications of growth, consumer criticism and growth-critical traditions of thought. Reading and reflection upon scientific textes.
Growth theory, growth paradigm, growth criticism, energy, entropy, neoclassics versus ecological economics, consumer theories and consumerism.
Prerequisites / Notice
Participation in course 701-0758-00L Ecological Economics: basics and growth critisism (parallel oder former participation) or very good basic knowledge in ecological economics or environmental economicse