By Leland B. Yeager (auth.), Jürgen G. Backhaus (eds.)
During the past due nineteenth and through the twentieth century, social sciences generally and economics particularly have gone through huge, immense growth. This has ended in anything of a humiliation of riches. whereas definite subject matters were totally researched to the purpose the place the marginal reap the benefits of additional study is imminent 0, others have remained mostly under-researched or have been being neglected altogether.
It is that this discrepancy which triggered the examine paradigm of “Crossing Bridges”. For this quantity, ten authors have joined forces to deal with the matter of under-researched themes, focussing particularly on gaps in interdisciplinary study among economics and different social sciences akin to linguistics, paintings and cultural historical past. utilising interdisciplinary equipment and ways, the publication makes a case for enhanced bonds among the various fields of social science.
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