Ordnungspolitische Dialoge

In dieser Rubrik finden Sie Berichte von den „Ordnungspolitischen Dialogen“, einer internationalen Konferenzreihe zur Ordnungspolitik in Zwickau und an anderen Orten. Diese hat sich seit 2007 etabliert und wird von den Initiatoren des Ordnungspolitischen Portals in Zusammenarbeit mit der Universität Tartu in Estland sowie der Hanns Seidel Stiftung in Seoul veranstaltet.

8. Dialog 2020

8th Dialogue on Social Market Economy:

Role of Higher Education

in Different Economic Systems


In the conditions of austerity-driven budgets, it has become ever more necessary to explain the general public why investments in R&D are necessary for sustaining the social, economic, cultural development of different countries. In the world of fake news and misinformation, being a center creating the evidence-based or theory-based knowledge, the role of universities widens besides the traditional missions of teaching, research and societal service. To cope with all the above aims, but also more practical challenges of rising costs, speeding up knowledge transfer, but also declining completion rates, the universities need to embrace new, more integrated technological and management models. Universities in different countries face challenges for exercising their autonomy and academic freedom. These are the few topics, which do not constitute a complete list of topics the conference is trying to address.




To discuss these questions the 8th Dialogue on Social Market Economy took place at University of Tartu, School of Economics and Business Administration, from 30 January to 1 February 2020. The following presentations were given:

  1. Wolf Schäfer - The production of knowledge by academic institutions
  2. Armin Rohde, Ole Janssen - Innovation Policy in the Social Market Economy
  3. Ralph Wrobel - Independence of science: different models in comparison
  4. Rolf Hasse - Economics and Educational Sciences: Are the Targets Really so different?
  5. Helge Löbler - The future of Entrepreneurship-Education
  6. Tanel Hirv - Factors affecting scientific impact: comparison of European countries
  7. Mariia Chebotareva - FOCJ as an opportunity of municipalities to cooperate in the Russian school education sector
  8. Peter Friedrich, Diana Eerma - How to use social accounting to measure the social capital (Tartu university case)
  9. Herbert Woratschek - Essentials are Invisible! - Why does the logic of value co-creation in the sport value framework represent a logic of success?
  10. Kadri Männasoo, Artjom Saia - Individuals’ Digital Capacity and Labour Market Outcomes: Comparative evidence from Europe
  11. Tõnis Eerme - Participation in the programs of the European Space Agency - Effects and additionality from the viewpoint of a small open economy
  12. Kadri Ukrainski - Attempting to develop research organizations with the project-funding instruments: the case of Estonia
  13. Raul Eamets - Estonian HE vision
  14. Jüri Sepp - Performance Funding of Universities – The Case of School of Economics and Business Administration
  15. Toomas Haldma, Kaspar Kalpus - Performance measurement at the universitieswithin the sustainability management framework
  16. Karin Jaanson - Research Funding System in Estonia
  17. Diana Eerma - Innovator in education and leadership






7. Dialog 2018
6. Dialog 2015
5. Dialog 2013
4. Dialog 2011
3. Dialog 2009
2. Dialog 2008
1. Dialog 2007