Frank Diebel

Frank Diebel
Southwestern University of Finance and Economics · School of Humanities and General Education

Magister Artium

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Introduction
Since 2014, my research focusses on regional history of Sichuan. Here, in particular, on ancient history from the early beginnings to the incorporation, or rather annexation, of the Chengdu Plain into the Kingdom of the Qin in 316 BC.
Additional affiliations
January 2015 - present
Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • The participant receives knowledge about origins and major lines of historical changes and philosophical thinking on issues of cultural, social, economic, and political ethics and developments in China and Europe.
January 2015 - present
Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • This introductory university lecture guides the participants through the maze of different historical opinions about the meaning of "West" and provides explanations about the origins and motives of such different opinions.
January 2015 - present
Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • This introductory university lecture pulls main scholastic strings together from ancient pre-socratic philosophy and the early and late classical Attic, Hellenic, and Roman periods to the European middle ages and the era of the Enlightenment.

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China's recent economic growth presents a riddle: How can such a broad-based upsurge of entrepreneurial spirit and success happen in a society without functioning markets, banks nor jurisdiction according to textbook economics? Taking Schumpeter's "entrepreneur", his "banker" and his "wirt" (status-quo user of resources) in an abstract sense, we su...
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The micro-foundations of the Chinese growth model are analysed within a comprehensive monetary theory of economic development, based on Schumpeter, Keynes, and the contemporary monetary Keynesians. The Confucian traditions and the Leninist party power structure are identified as the main specific traits of the social formation in contemporary China...