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The fading miracle: four decades of market economy in Germany

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The fading miracle: four decades of market economy in Germany
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The fading miracle: four decades of market economy in Germany
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eng
Summary
This updated paperback edition describes West German economic policy from the late 1940s to the present
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Giersch, Herbert
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non fiction
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  • Paqué, Karl-Heinz
  • Schmieding, Holger
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Cambridge surveys in economic policies and institutions
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Germany (West)
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The fading miracle: four decades of market economy in Germany
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 277-293) and index
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Contents
1. Stylized facts 1948-1990. 1. Economic growth. 2. Structural change. 3. Macroeconomic stability -- 2. 1945-1948: establishing a liberal order. 1. Post-war misery. 2. The rise of Ordoliberalism. 3. The liberal reforms of June 1948 -- 3. 1948-1960: spontaneous growth. A. Overcoming capital shortage and unemployment. 1. The critical period 1949/50. 2. 1950-1960: the demand side. 3. 1950-1960: the supply-side miracle. B. Returning to the world market. 1. The dismal starting-point. 2. European liberalization and the Marshall Plan. 3. Turning into a pacemaker for liberalization. 4. The emergence of 'little Europe' -- 4. 1960-1973: towards managed growth. A. Overemployment at an undervalued currency. 1. Labour shortage -- facts, causes and consequences. 2. The heyday of demand management. 3. A deteriorating supply side. B. Coping with external constraints. 1. The economic division of Western Europe. 2. The erosion of the Bretton Woods system -- 5. 1973-1989: facing the slowdown. A. Persistent unemployment and the growth slack. 1. The demand side: a tale of two cycles. 2. The nature of unemployment. 3. Roots of the growth slack. B. Painful adjustment to external challenges. 1. Protectionist temptations. 2. The current account debate. 3. International monetary coordination -- 6. Two cheers for German unification -- 7. A new miracle?
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24 cm
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xiv, 302 pages
Isbn
9780521353519
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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  • n
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illustrations
Label
The fading miracle: four decades of market economy in Germany
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 277-293) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. Stylized facts 1948-1990. 1. Economic growth. 2. Structural change. 3. Macroeconomic stability -- 2. 1945-1948: establishing a liberal order. 1. Post-war misery. 2. The rise of Ordoliberalism. 3. The liberal reforms of June 1948 -- 3. 1948-1960: spontaneous growth. A. Overcoming capital shortage and unemployment. 1. The critical period 1949/50. 2. 1950-1960: the demand side. 3. 1950-1960: the supply-side miracle. B. Returning to the world market. 1. The dismal starting-point. 2. European liberalization and the Marshall Plan. 3. Turning into a pacemaker for liberalization. 4. The emergence of 'little Europe' -- 4. 1960-1973: towards managed growth. A. Overemployment at an undervalued currency. 1. Labour shortage -- facts, causes and consequences. 2. The heyday of demand management. 3. A deteriorating supply side. B. Coping with external constraints. 1. The economic division of Western Europe. 2. The erosion of the Bretton Woods system -- 5. 1973-1989: facing the slowdown. A. Persistent unemployment and the growth slack. 1. The demand side: a tale of two cycles. 2. The nature of unemployment. 3. Roots of the growth slack. B. Painful adjustment to external challenges. 1. Protectionist temptations. 2. The current account debate. 3. International monetary coordination -- 6. Two cheers for German unification -- 7. A new miracle?
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 302 pages
Isbn
9780521353519
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations

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