Homo oeconomicus im Hörsaal: Die Rationalität studentischer Nebengespräche in Lehrveranstaltungen

@inproceedings{Gke2008HomoOI,
  title={Homo oeconomicus im H{\"o}rsaal: Die Rationalit{\"a}t studentischer Nebengespr{\"a}che in Lehrveranstaltungen},
  author={M. G{\"o}ke},
  year={2008}
}

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