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Marcel Franke

PhD Candidate

                                                                                                                           
Mail: marcel.franke@vwl.uni-freiburg.de
Tel.: +49 - (0)761 - 203-97808
Raum 2303, Kollegiengebäude II
Consultation by arrangement

Dissertation Project:
The social debate about an unconditional basic income has undoubtedly flared up again. Scientific concepts and analyses can help to contribute to their progress. However, the risk of misunderstandings must be particularly taken into account in such accessible and comprehensive issues. Therefore, a basic explanation of what social sciences can contribute to this is given first. In compliance with and illustrating this, the demand of a universal basic income for possible attributes of a market economy society is discussed.


Teaching Experience:
Supervision of Thesis for Bachelor and Master
WS 18/19 Main Tutorial in Economics of Social Justice
WS 18/19 Tutorials in Economic Policy and Public Choice
SS 18 Tutorial in Einführung in die Wirtschaftspolitik (Introduction in economic policy)
SS 18 Tutorial in Constitutional Economics
SS 18 Supervision of student groups in the Seminar Basic Income and Social Justice
WS 17/18 Main tutorial in Economics of Social Justice
WS 17/18 Tutorial in Economic Policy and Public Choice
SS 17 Tutorial in Einführung in die Wirtschaftspolitik (Introduction in economic policy)
SS 17 Tutorial in Constitutional Economics
SS 17 Supervision of student groups in the Seminar Basic Income and Social Justice
WS 16/17 Tutorials in Management of Information Systems
WS 15/16 Tutorials in Management of Information Systems
WS 14/15 Tutorial in Management of Information Systems


Research Interests:
Universal basic income
Political philosophy: notably Constitutional Economics and Economics of Social Justice
Regulatory policy
 
Research Groups and Projects:
Member of the Basic Income Research Group (BIRG)
Synergies from an Integrated Renewable Energy Supply and Storage System in the Upper Rhine Region: An Interdisciplinary Analysis (RES_TMO)

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