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The Political Economy of Germany Under Chancellors Kohl and Schröder: Decline of the German Model?

Decline of the German Model?

Monographs in German History Band 29

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While unification has undoubtedly had major effects on Germany's political economy, the pattern of current policy-making preferences was established at an earlier stage, in particular, at the beginning of the 'Kohl-era' in 1982.
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Jeremy Leaman is Senior Lecturer in German and European Political Economy at Loughborough University. He has published widely on German political economy and modern German history. He is currently working on a study of the political economy of taxation. He is also managing editor of the Journal of Contemporary European Studies and is a member of the editorial board of Debatte - Review of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe.
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"...a superb manuscript...makes an important addition to the scholarly literature. Powerfully argued, it ranges very widely over political, economic, and financial developments, is based on a very good range of sources, and addresses an important set of issues on which there is very little in English, certainly not of book length. It 'translates' a wide range of German scholarship, while critiquing that scholarship and adding to it. It is well written in general, and there is a passion here that is rare in scholarly books." * Ray Stokes, Centre for Business History, Glasgow University
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  • List of Tables and Figures Introduction Chapter 1. 1982: Crisis and Transition Chapter 2. The Fall of Helmut Schmidt and the Formation of the Wende Administration Chapter 3. The Kohl Era: CDU Supply-sidism in Practice Chapter 4. Liberalisation and Monetary Accumulation Chapter 5. German Unification and the Unravelling of Neoliberalism Chapter 6. The Transformation Crisis in the East in an International Context: 1995-2006 Chapter 7. Squaring the Circle: Politico-economic Trends in the Schroder Era Chapter 8. Coping with Stagnation: the Persistent Contradictions of Economic Orthodoxies in Germany and Europe Bibliography Index
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Seitenzahl 246
Erscheinungsdatum 01.07.2009
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-84545-601-6
Verlag Berghahn Books, Inc
Maße (L/B/H) 2.2/15.9/23.6 cm
Gewicht 487 g
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