Modern societies are increasingly confronted with demographic, economic, technological and cultural changes. Societal areas such as the economy, politics, law, education, and sports each face unique developmental dynamics while simultaneously influencing each other.
Active participants in these fields require findings from economics and social sciences to adequately understand and, if necessary, regulate development processes. Similarly, this insight ensures effective, efficient, scientifically sound and ethically legitimated actions. The standard to which economic and socio-scientific research is held rises with the ever-increasing complexity of the (world’s) society.