3rd issue

The third issue discusses the relation of a pluralistic economy and socioeconomics and while doing so, especially focuses on teaching. It debates where similarities and differences occur, reflects the (non-)sense of disciplinary boundaries and specialized scientific thinking, and last but not least, devotes itself to conceptions of pluralistic and socioeconomic teaching in theoretical and practical approaches as well as within the educational context.

You can find the issue here: https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783658296414