Christian Arnsperger is a German economist, doctor of economic sciences at the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium, and Master of Research at FNRS. The main spheres of his research are the epistemology of economics, the anthropological implications of economic growth and the transition from capitalism to post-capitalism.
Among his main publications are “Éthique économique et sociale” (2003), “Critical political economy: Complexity, rationality, and the logic of post-orthodox pluralism” (2008), “Éthique de l’existence post-capitaliste - Pour un militantisme existential” (2009), “Full-spectrum economics: Toward an inclusive and emancipatory social science” (2010).
Christian Arnsperger, Dominique Bourg, Editions PUF, Collection: Ecologie en questions (L’), October 2017
A report of the Club of Rome - EU chapter
Christian Arnsperger, Editions Textuel, Paris, France, October 2011
Analysis document/working paper/article
Think pieces for the UNRISD conference “Potential and Limits of Social and Solidarity Economy”. 6-8 May 2013
Christian Arnsperger, May 2013