Pluralist Thinking in Economic and Socioeconomic Education
Editor of this Issue
Reinhold Hedtke, Bielefeld University, Germany
For more than ten years, pluralism in economics and in the education of economists has been a hot issue. This thematic issue of the JSSE addresses phenomena, findings, problems and educa-tional approaches of economic plurality and pluralism in economic research at different levels and in different contexts of the educational system. The Issue focuses on teaching and learning in schools and on teacher education at universities and colleges of teacher training.