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Gallen, where Hans Christoph Binswanger worked until his death in January , invites submissions for the Hans-Christoph-Binswanger-Prize, which will be awarded for the first time in This prize commemorates Hans Christoph Binswanger , one of the most important unorthodox economists of the 20th century in German-speaking countries.

He investigated the relationship between economics and ecology and highlighted the role of money in the economic process. Binswanger was convinced that the modern monetary economy is subject to both a growth imperative as well as a permanent incentive to grow.

The economy is forced to grow not because people constantly want to consume more but because firms in the aggregate can only realize profits if GDP increases over time. The latter book has become a classic and has inspired a number of other works. The book The Growth Spiral appeared in as a kind of theoretical synthesis of his work.

Binswanger was not only critical of mainstream economics, but in his research he also repeatedly crossed the boundaries of his own discipline. The social relevance of his research and its practical applicability were of great concern to him throughout his life. He was also the first economist to propagate the idea of an ecological tax reform. Objective The prize is awarded to young scientists and postgraduates who do not yet have a full professorship.

The intention of the prize is to honor studies in areas that go beyond mainstream economics and in which Hans Christoph Binswanger has made significant contributions. The submitted pieces may be written in German or English and should not be older than 5 years. The originality and social relevance of the contributions are particularly emphasized in the evaluation process. The prize includes a monetary reward of Swiss Francs. The award ceremony will take place during the oikos conference at the University of St.

Gallen on November 26, The winner will be invited to give a keynote speech at the conference. Please send submissions by 15 September by e-mail to hcbpreis unisg. You may use WeTransfer or a cloud service. If you have any questions about the price, please use the same email address.

Johannes Binswanger, University of St. Thomas Dyllick, University of St. Martin Kolmar, University of St. Ernst Mohr, Ph. Gallen The jury decides on the award of the prize in a private meeting. Legal recourse is excluded. The participants of the competition and the winner will be informed of the results of the jury by the end of September Further Information.

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Beigaben Im Wachstumsprozess weitet sich der wirtschaftliche Kreislauf zu einer Spirale aus, die im Aufstieg einem exponentiellen Pfad folgt. Die Darstellung basiert auf der klassischen, dynamisch orientierte Theorie von Angebot und Nachfrage, die mit der Wachstumstendenz der Wirtschaft wesentlich besser vereinbar ist als die konventionelle, auf ein statisches Gleichgewicht ausgerichtete Theorie. Durch den Einbezug des Geldes kann die sog. Dichotomie der Wert- und Preistheorie, d. Eine besondere Geldtheorie ist nicht mehr notwendig.

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Gallen, where Hans Christoph Binswanger worked until his death in January , invites submissions for the Hans-Christoph-Binswanger-Prize, which will be awarded for the first time in This prize commemorates Hans Christoph Binswanger , one of the most important unorthodox economists of the 20th century in German-speaking countries. He investigated the relationship between economics and ecology and highlighted the role of money in the economic process. Binswanger was convinced that the modern monetary economy is subject to both a growth imperative as well as a permanent incentive to grow. The economy is forced to grow not because people constantly want to consume more but because firms in the aggregate can only realize profits if GDP increases over time. The latter book has become a classic and has inspired a number of other works.

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