5th issue

The fifth issue combines structured accounts of experiences and reflections of university teachers and students in plural, socioeconomic higher education. In addition to the concrete inspiration these contributions are intended to provide for other teachers, this issue develops the first building blocks for a plural, socioeconomic didactics of higher education. It pursues the goal of making the reflection of societal conditions and the social embedding of economic issues an integral part of any economics-related course of study.

You can access the issue at: https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783658309190