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Economic origins of the social market economy

Keith Tribe

Economic origins of the social market economy

by Keith Tribe

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Published by Institute for German Studies, University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Keith Tribe.
SeriesIGS Discussion papers series -- no.98/3
ContributionsUniversity of Birmingham. Institute for German Studies.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17316601M

In his book Social Market Economy: The Case of Germany, Ştefan Sorin Mureşan deals with social market economy as a market economy model which is more social and more human. Mureşan’s Social Market Economy presents basic characteristics of the social market economy as a theoretical economic policy model, but also analyses its. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ; 23 cm. Contents: Social justice / Hermann Sautter --Indicators of social justice in Latin America / Rolf Schinke --Institutional framework of a social market economy / Hans Jurgen Rosner --Harmonizing equity with growth / Knut Gerlach --Harmonizing equity with growth / J. .

In the process, he reveals the dynamic interplay between political parties and the electorate during the process of economic liberalisation that was to result in the Social Market Economy prevailing as the socio-political and economic model for the new Federal Republic of by: 8. Mixed Economy, mixed economy An economy which combines elements of the market economy with elements of a command economy; that is, combines characteristics of capit Karl Polanyi, Polanyi, Karl Polanyi, Karl Karl Polanyi (—), whose concept of substantive economics did much toward integrating the study of economics with New Economy, As the U.S. economy surged into .

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxii, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: German liberalism and economic revival / Hans Willgerodt and Alan Peacock --The Ordo manifesto of / Franz Böhm, Walter Eucken and Hans Grossmann-Doerth --What kind of economic and social system?/ Walter Eucken --Rule of law in a market economy / Franz Böhm - . Germany's social market economy: origins and evolution. - Rule of Law in a Market Economy-- F.B hm - Interdependence of Domestic and International Economic Systems-- W.R pke - The Meaning of the Social Market Economy-- A.M ller-Armack - Will Communism and Capitalism Become Similar Economic Systems?-- This is the first of two.


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This chapter focuses on Ludwig Edward's contribution to the origin of the social market economy. Erhard was not in favour of the social aspects of the new economic liberalism, but liked the productive advantages of the market economy.

The federal structure of Germany during the bizonal phase is highlighted here. Erhard's published a number of articles in the Neue Zeitung about his ideas. The social market economy is presented as a universal theory of the decisions to be made about the economic order in all cultures and is analysed in its basic theoretical foundations and in its application to the transition process from the planned to the market economy, particulary in the privatisation of socialised property in Russia and former East : Paperback.

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A social market economy and monetary stability have been the bedrock concepts of German economic thinking. Hans Tietmeyer is uniquely qualified to write about economic and monetary policy. Since the currency reform ofthe economic policy of the Federal Republic has been conducted under the banner of the ‘social market economy’.

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The book presents the economic policy model known as “Social Market Economy” in Germany, the country where it originated. Although the model has since been adopted as core objective in the EU Treaty of Lisbon, experts still disagree on its exact nature.

The author contributes to this debate by. Through an examination of election campaign propaganda and various public relations campaigns, reflecting new electioneering techniques borrowed from the United States, this work explores how conservative political and economic groups sought to construct and sell a political meaning of the Social Market Economy and the Economic Miracle in West Germany during the political meaning.

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