Professor Sabine Spangenberg

Richer London

An International Education,
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Professor Sabine Spangenberg

Professor of Economics; Associate Dean for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes

Professor Sabine Spangenberg

Professor Sabine Spangenberg


PUBLICATIONS

Books (Monographs):

The Institutionalised Transformation of the East German Economy, Heidelberg 1998, Physica Verlag.

Articles:

Sabine Spangenberg (2016) In Search of Value: Early Civilisation and Some Athenean Thought, International Journal for Development and Happiness, 3 (2).

Sabine Spangenberg (2016) Protestant Ethics, in: Werry, F. (2015) Encyclopaedia of Economics and Society, Yale: Sage.

Sabine Spangenberg (2015) Hermann Schulze-Delitzsch: The Cooperative Idea in German Liberal Thought, in: Global Journal of Human Social Sciences, 15:1, Version 1.0.

Sabine Spangenberg (2015) The Euro: A German Tale, in WiSt Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium: Zeitschrift fuer Studium und Forschung, Issue 2.

Sabine Spangenberg (2014) Shock Therapy and the Political Economy of Former Soviet Sphere, in: Fouskas, V. (2014) The Politics of International Political Economy, London: Routledge.

Sabine Spangenberg, Bryan McIntosh (2014) The Moral Imperative – The Case of the English Education System, in Policy Futures in Education, 12 (5).

Sabine Spangenberg (2012) The German Historical School and its Relevance to Economic Philosophy Today, in: Papanikos, G.T., ed. (2012) Economic Essays, Athens:  ATINER.

Sabine Spangenberg (2009) Millennium Development Goals, in: Wankel, C. ed. (2009) Encyclopedia of Business in Today’s World, London: Sage.

Sabine Spangenberg (2009) Macroeconomics, in: Wankel, C. ed. (2009) Encyclopedia of Business in Today’s World, London: Sage.

Sabine Spangenberg (2001) The Political Economy of a British Stakeholder Society, in: Briefing Notes in Economics, Issue 47, 2001.

Conferences and Workshops:

Sabine Spangenberg (2016) The English Bipartite Secondary School System, paper presented at the 2016 ICBTS International Academic Research Conference, 20-22. October 2016, Berlin, Germany.

Sabine Spangenberg (2016) Guilt Aversion in Secondary School Selection, paper presented at Education and Well-being. Conference held at Richmond, The American International University of London, 24th June 2016.

Sabine Spangenberg (2016) Chair Leave or Remain. Debate held at Richmond. The American International University in London, 15th June 2016.

Sabine Spangenberg (2014) In Search of Value: Early Civilisation and Classical Philosophy, paper presented at Development and Well-being, Conference held at Richmond. The American International University in London, 6th June 2014.

Sabine Spangenberg (2014) Schultze-Delitsch and German Liberalism, paper accepted for presentation at European Society for the History of Economic Thought 18th International Conference on Liberalism, 29-31 May 2014, Lausanne, Switzerland.

Sabine Spangenberg (2013) Assessment of Group Work, paper presented at Assessment Workshop held at Richmond The American International University, 4 October 2013, London.

Sabine Spangenberg (2013) Discussant to Eamon Butler, Why Economists Can’t Get it Right, Richmond, The American University in London, April 2013

Sabine Spangenberg  (2012) Natural Wealth as Intrinsic Value: An Inquiry into the Harmony of Values and Institutions in Ancient Roman Times, paper presented at European Society for the History of Economic Thought 16th International Conference on Institutions and Values in Economic Thought, 17-19 May 2012, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Sabine Spangenberg (2012) discussant to: Michel Leroy, The Value, towards a new paradigm, paper presented at European Society for the History of Economic Thought 16th International Conference on Institutions and Values in Economic Thought, 17-19 May 2012, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Sabine Spangenberg  (2012) Monetary Union and the German Position, paper presented to Rouen Business School in Collaboration with Richmond University Conference on the Economics of the Euro-zone, 15th February 2012, London.

Sabine Spangenberg  (2011) Understanding the Global Financial Crisis, The Richmond University Colloquium in Public & International Affairs, 25th March 2011, Chair to Costas Lapavitsas, World crisis, world money: the Euro-crisis and Marxist monetary theory.

Sabine Spangenberg  (2010) The German Historical School and its Relevance to Behavioural Economics Today,  paper presented at: 5th Annual International Symposium on Economic Theory, Policy and Application, 25-29 June 2010, Athens Greece.

Sabine Spangenberg  (2010) The German Historical School and its Relevance to Behavioural Economics Today, paper presented at: Research at Richmond Conference, London 15th April 2010.

Sabine Spangenberg  (2010) The Use of Games in Teaching Development Economics, paper presented at: Pedagogies Conference held at Richmond University, London 19 March 2010.

Sabine Spangenberg  (2010) The Economics of Climate Change, paper presented at: Climate Panel Discussion, Richmond Hill Campus 5 March 2010.

Sabine Spangenberg  (2008) Teaching Development Economics at lower division in an international university, paper presented at: Teaching Development Economics, Workshop organized by the Economics Network, held in Birmingham May 2008

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I teach on:
BA Degree – Economics
BA Degree – Financial Economics
BA Degree – International Development Economics
MBA


Some of the courses I teach:
ECN 4100 – Introduction to Economics of Development
ECN 4105 – Introduction to Microeconomics
ECN 5200 – Public Economics
ECN 5400 – Managerial Economics


Research Clusters:
The Study of the State, Power and Globalisation
Wellbeing


Research Interest & Expertise:
History of Economic Thought, Welfare Economics, Public Economics