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Breßler, Julia
Kappler, Susann
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Chemnitz Economic Papers 007
Economic questions and procedures have been evaluated with sustainable criteria for some time. Thus sustainability is not only an influence on our economic practices, but also an important factor in the education of economic players. Sustainability as an educational task encompasses a wide range of objectives and issues, which are outlined in the agenda for sustainable development. The central concern of this working paper is the investigation of learning concepts, which want to influence current behavior in the future direction. With the help of a systematic review, learning concepts are tested due to the requirements of the agenda. Discrepancies, congruence and deficits have become clear through frequency and correlation analysis. In particular, there is a research gap in the empirical study of such learning concepts.
Education for sustainable development
systematic review
learning objectives
learning content
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