„Nichts ist wichtiger als Geld.“ – Vorstellungen zur realen und humanen Ökonomie

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„Nichts ist wichtiger als Geld.“ – Vorstellungen zur realen und humanen Ökonomie. / Tafner, Georg; Hantke, Harald; Heiss, Mareike et al.

Humane Ökonomie – selbstverständlicher Auftrag sozioökonomischer Bildung und Wissenschaft oder sozialromantische Utopie?. ed. / Georg Tafner. Opladen : Verlag Babara Budrich, 2024.

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Harvard

Tafner, G, Hantke, H, Heiss, M, Loewer, K & Ottliczky, J 2024, „Nichts ist wichtiger als Geld.“ – Vorstellungen zur realen und humanen Ökonomie. in G Tafner (ed.), Humane Ökonomie – selbstverständlicher Auftrag sozioökonomischer Bildung und Wissenschaft oder sozialromantische Utopie?. Verlag Babara Budrich, Opladen.

APA

Tafner, G., Hantke, H., Heiss, M., Loewer, K., & Ottliczky, J. (Accepted/In press). „Nichts ist wichtiger als Geld.“ – Vorstellungen zur realen und humanen Ökonomie. In G. Tafner (Ed.), Humane Ökonomie – selbstverständlicher Auftrag sozioökonomischer Bildung und Wissenschaft oder sozialromantische Utopie? Verlag Babara Budrich.

Vancouver

Tafner G, Hantke H, Heiss M, Loewer K, Ottliczky J. „Nichts ist wichtiger als Geld.“ – Vorstellungen zur realen und humanen Ökonomie. In Tafner G, editor, Humane Ökonomie – selbstverständlicher Auftrag sozioökonomischer Bildung und Wissenschaft oder sozialromantische Utopie?. Opladen: Verlag Babara Budrich. 2024

Bibtex

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