Alexander Lorch, University of St. Gallen (HSG)
Alexander Lorch was born in 1982 and studied Business Administration at the European Business School (ebs) in Oestrich-Winkel. He graduated 2007 as Diplom-Kaufmann (M.Sc.) and worked for KPMG for a year. In September 2008 he began his doctoral studies at the University of St.Gallen and is currently working as a research assistant at the Institute for Business Ethics in St.Gallen.
Wirtschaftsethisch fundierte Ordnungspolitik : Impulse für eine ethisch wohlverstandene Soziale Marktwirtschaft
The dissertation project is devoted to a critical discussion of the concept of the German social market system "Soziale Marktwirtschaft". It analyses the ordo-liberal, normative-ethical fundamentals of the concept as an economic- and social order and strives to reanimate its underlying republican-liberal idea.
Prof. em. Dr. Peter Ulrich, University of St. Gallen (HSG)
Prof. Dr. Florian Wettstein, University of St. Gallen (HSG)
Publications and conferences
Lorch, A.: Advancing the notion of a social market economy - Ideas for a renewal of ordoliberalism from the perspective of integrative economic ethics, in: Glossner, C./Gregosz, D. (eds.): 60 Years of social market economy - formation, development and perspectives of a peacemaking formula, Berlin 2010.
Lorch, A.: Wirtschaftsethisch fundierte Ordnungspolitik. Impulse für eine ethisch wohlverstandene Soziale Marktwirtschaft, in: Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts- und Unternehmensethik (zfwu), Jahrgang 11 / Heft 3 (2010).
alexander.lorch [at] doctoral-academy [dot] net