»Homo oeconomicus«: Reichweite und Grenzen der ökonomischen Verhaltenstheorie

Zeitschrift Für Evangelische Ethik 41 (1):84-98 (1997)
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Is it imaginable and convenient to apply the economic pattern of the so called »homo oeconomicus« on extraeconomical spheres? The author examines the question. The attraction of the pattern »homo oeconomicus« is the question of the logic of decision in situations of defiency. The author follows the key of the question at the reach and radius in differt spheres of application, for example the analysis of criminality and delinquency. Only in the extension of the social frame situation is an economic reductionism of the social reality and the mutiple ways of human acting avoidable



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