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Ernest Aigner

Ernest Aigner M.Sc.
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CV

2016
PhD program in Social and Economic Science, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU)
2016-2017
Project Associate prae-doc, Department for Socioeconomics, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU)
2015
Research Assistant, Institute for Ecological Economics, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU)
2015
Teaching Assistant CEMUS, Uppsala University
2012-2016
Master of Science program in Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy (SEEP), Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU)
2009-2012
Bachelor of Science program in Business, Economics and Social Sciences with a Major in Economics, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU)

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Awards and Honors

2013
Leistungsstipendium
2012
Leistungsstipendium
2011
Leistungsstipendium
2010
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Publications

Journal article

2019 Gill, David A., Cheng, Samantha H., Glew, Louise, Aigner, Ernest, Bennett, Nathan J., Mascia, Michael B. 2019. Social Synergies, Tradeoffs, and Equity in Marine Conservation Impacts. Annual Review of Environment and Resources. 44 (Details)
2018 Glötzl, Florentin, Aigner, Ernest. 2018. Orthodox Core–Heterodox Periphery? Contrasting Citation Networks of Economics Departments in Vienna. Review of Political Economy open access (Details)

Chapter in edited volume

2019 Aigner, Ernest, Scholz-Wäckerle, Manuel. 2019. On the Possibility of a Society After Money: Evolutionary Political Economy, Economic Subjectivity and Planetary-scale Computation. In: Society After Money. A Dialogue, Hrsg. Project Society After Money, 181-205. New York: Bloomsbury Academic. (Details)
  Aigner, Ernest, Scholz-Wäckerle, Manuel. 2019. Über die Möglichkeit einer Gesellschaft nach dem Geld aus Sicht der evolutionären politischen Ökonomie, ihre Subjekte und die Rolle globaler Informationstechnologie. In: Postmonetär denken. Eröffnung eines Dialogs, Hrsg. Projektgruppe Die Gesellschaft nach dem Geld, 185-210. Wiesbaden: Springer VS. (Details)

Paper presented at an academic conference or symposium

2018 Aigner, Ernest. 2018. Konzentration und Orientierung der deutschen Ökonomik im internationalen Vergleich . 10 Jahre nach der Weltfinanzkrise: New Economic Thinking – Beginn einer Transformation der Wirtschaftswissenschaft und –politik, Hamburg, Deutschland, 16.11.18.11. (Details)
  Theine, Hendrik, Heimerl, Veronika, Lingnau, Kai, Aigner, Ernest, Bettin, Steffen. 2018. Are we insane? Polanyi and the claim for Pluralism in Economics. Gründungsgala der International Karl Polanyi Society, Wien, Österreich, 08.05.-09.05. (Details)
  Aigner, Ernest, Gerold, Stefanie. 2018. Degrowth, critiques of work and postwork politics. Degrowth Conference 2018, Malmö, Schweden, 21.08-25.08. (Details)
  Aigner, Ernest, Anderson, Lakin , Eiríksdóttir, Lovísa . 2018. Does climate exist in economics? An interactive wordshop of climate economics and climate existence. Climate Existence Conference, Sigtuna, Schweden, 07.05.-09.05. (Details)
  Aigner, Ernest, Gerold, Stefanie. 2018. On the necessity of a radical reconceptualization of work for a social-ecological transformation. FORBA-Fachgespräch 6/2018, Wien, Österreich, 10.12. (Details)
  Aigner, Ernest, Scholz-Wäckerle, Manuel, Hanappi, Hardy. 2018. Structures of accumulation, power and the money form – A historical-logical perspective. EAEPE 2018, Nizza, Frankreich, 06.09-08.09. (Details)
  Aigner, Ernest, Scholz-Wäckerle, Manuel, Hanappi, Hardy. 2018. The impossible transition towards a society after money. Transition Impossible? Wien, Österreich, 19.09-21.09. (Details)
2017 Aigner, Ernest. 2017. Conceptualizing Work for a Social Ecological Transformation. 12th Conference of the European Society for Ecological Economics, Budapest, Ungarn, 20.06-23.06. (Details)
  Aigner, Ernest, Scholz-Wäckerle, Manuel. 2017. Digital Money in an evolving political economy. A Great Transformation? Global Perspectives on Contemporary Capitalisms, JKU, Liniz, Austria, 11.01-15.11. (Details)
  Aigner, Ernest, Theine, Hendrik, Humer, Stefan. 2017. Inequality and economics– an analysis of Piketty Capital and its impact on the economic discipline. 29th Annual Conference of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy, Budapest, Ungarn, 19.10.-21.10. . (Details)
  Aigner, Ernest, Glötzl, Florentin. 2017. Six Dimensions of Concentration in Economics. Winter Workshop der Nationaökonomischen Gesellschaft Österreich, Wien, Österreich, 19.12-21.12. (Details)
  Aigner, Ernest. 2017. Six dimensions of concentration in economics: evidence from a large-scale data set. European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy, Budapest, Ungarn, 19.10-21.10. (Details)
2016 Aigner, Ernest, Leonhardt, Heidi, Baratech, Lucia . 2016. Conceptualizing good work for all. A social-ecological perspective. . 5th International Degrowth Conference, Budapest, Hungary, 30.08.-02.09. (Details)
  Aigner, Ernest, Glötzl, Florentin. 2016. The evolution of the discourse in economics: A citation network approach. YSI Plenary: Piecing Together a Paradigm, Budapest, Ungarn, 19.10-22.10. (Details)
2015 Glötzl, Florentin, Aigner, Ernest. 2015. Pluralism in the Market of Science?A citation network analysis of economic research at universities in Vienna. Momentum, Hallstatt, Österreich, 22.10.-25.10.. (Details)
  Glötzl, Florentin, Aigner, Ernest. 2015. Scientific networks: Interaction or Segregation? A case study on economic research at universities in Vienna. Annual Conference of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy, Genua, Italien, 17.09-20.09. (Details)
  Aigner, Ernest, Glötzl, Florentin. 2015. Scientific networks: Interaction or Segregation? A case study on economic research at universities in Vienna. 1st Vienna Conference on Pluralism in Economics, Wien, Österreich, 10.04-12.04.. (Details)

Working/discussion paper, preprint

2018 Aigner, Ernest, Aistleitner, Matthias, Glötzl, Florentin, Kapeller, Jakob. 2018. The focus of academic economics: before and after the crisis. INET working paper series No. 75. (Details)
2017 Glötzl, Florentin, Aigner, Ernest. 2017. Six Dimensions of Concentration in Economics: Scientometric Evidence from a Large-Scale Data Set. open access (Details)
2015 Aigner, Ernest. 2015. Climate and labour market policies in Sweden. In Aigner et. al. Sustainable Work. (Details)
  Glötzl, Florentin, Aigner, Ernest. 2015. Pluralism in the Market of Science? A citation network analysis of economic research at Universities in Vienna. open access (Details)

Research report, expert opinion

2018 Aigner, Ernest, Gerold, Stefanie, Kreinin, Halliki. 2018. Towards a socio-ecological transformation of the economy: Sustainable Work. Wien:WU-Wien. (Details)

Book or article review

2018 Theine, Hendrik, Aigner, Ernest. 2018. Alltag im Kapitalismus: Die imperiale Lebensweise. Besprechung von Imperiale Lebensweise Zur Ausbeutung von Mensch und Natur in Zeiten des globalen Kapitalismus, von Ulrich Brand, Markus Wissen. Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft 44 (1), 101-105. (Details)

Master thesis

2016 Aigner, Ernest. 2016. Reconceptualizing urban agriculture : exploring D-Town Farm's relations to racialized capital accumulation. Masterarbeit, WU Wien. (Details)

Projects

2018
Critical Perspectives on ‘Sustainable Work’ and ‘Postwork’ (2018-2018) (Details)
2016
The society after the money (2016-2017) (Details)
Netzwerke, Paradigmen, Attitüden - Der deutsche Sonderweg im Fokus (2016-2018) (Details)