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Die Suche nach Homo ideologicus und anderen Gestalten

Was die Komparative Politische Ökonomie zu einem pluralistischen ökonomischen Diskurs beitragen kann
  • Thomas EiblEmail author
  • Nils Röper
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Zusammenfassung

Reduktionismus, Geschichtsvergessenheit und disziplinäre Scheuklappen sind die gängigsten Vorwürfe, die sich die ‚reine‘ Ökonomie gefallen lassen muss. Der vorliegende Beitrag erörtert, inwieweit die politikwissenschaftliche Komparative Politische Ökonomie (KPÖ) Antworten auf diese Kritikpunkte bereithält. Dazu wird die Auseinandersetzung mit ökonomischen Konzepten in den verschiedenen Variationen des Institutionalismus nachgezeichnet, die aus der Kritik an der Rational-Choice-Theorie in der vergleichenden Kapitalismusforschung erwachsen ist. Im Fokus stehen dabei zwei zentrale Annahmen des rationalistischen Varieties-of-Capitalism-Ansatzes (VoC): funktionale Komplementarität zwischen institutionellen Domänen und die Unterstellung strategisch-rational handelnder Akteure. Anhand der Kritikpunkte und Gegenvorschläge des historischen und ideenorientierten Institutionalismus werden die Vorzüge eines theoretischen Pluralismus aufgezeigt, der wichtige Anhaltspunkte für eine holistischere Volkswirtschaftslehre liefert.

Stichwörter

Funktionale Komplementarität Historischer Institutionalismus Ideenorientierter Institutionalismus Komparative Politische Ökonomie Neo-Institutionalismus Pfadabhängigkeit Vergleichende Kapitalismusforschung Varieties of Capitalism Rational-Choice-Institutionalismus Rationalismus 

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