Marc Frick joined ZEW in October 2019 as academic assistant to the head of the Research Department “Environmental and Resource Economics, Environmental Management”. He studied philosophy at Heidelberg University, majoring in the history of economic thought and political philosophy. In his master’s thesis, he dealt with different forms of exchange, in particular the comparison of market and gift exchanges. Since 2017, he has continued his research on this topic as part of his doctorate at the Chair of Modern Political Theory at Heidelberg University, examining the role of generosity, altruism, and solidarity in the cohesion of societies. From 2015 to 2019, he worked together with a team led by Professor Malte Faber on the project “MINE – Mapping the Interplay Between Nature and Economy”. The aim of the project was to develop an approach for the digital communication of scientific findings on environmental and economic topics.
Articles in Non-Refereed Journals
Frick, Marc (2019), Vom Ritus des Gabentausches zu realen Utopien. Frank Adloffs Entwurf einer Politik der Gabe , Ethik und Gesellschaft 2/2019.
Monographs, Contributions to Edited Volumes
Faber, Malte and Marc Frick (2020), Conceptual and political foundations for examining the interaction between nature and economy, in: Matthias Ruth Elgar Research Agendas, 1, Cheltenham, 34-55. Download
Discussion and Working Papers
Faber, Malte, Marc Frick and Reiner Manstetten (2020), Greta Thunberg und das Klimaproblem.Wie kann eine sozial-ökologische Transformation gelingen?, Heidelberg University, Department of Economics - Discussion Paper Series 681, Heidelberg. Download
Faber, Malte and Marc Frick (2019), Conceptual and political foundations for examining the interaction between nature and economy, Heidelberg University, Department of Economics, Discussion Paper Series No. 659, Heidelberg. Download
Faber, Malte, Thomas Petersen, Marc Frick and Dominik Zahrnt (2018), MINE -Mapping the Interplay between Nature and Economy. A digital gateway to the foundations of Ecological Economics, Heidelberg University, Department of Economics, Discussion Paper Series No. 658, Heidelberg. Download
- Project Duration 01.10.2019 - 31.10.2022Economics of Climate Change – topic coordination: Climate protection: Instruments and policies after COP21
Academic Assistant to the Head of Research Department
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