3 edition of Economic aspects of German unification found in the catalog.
|Statement||Paul J.J. Welfens (ed.).|
|Contributions||Welfens, Paul J. J.|
|LC Classifications||HC286.8 .E26 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 402 p. :|
|Number of Pages||402|
|ISBN 10||3540550062, 0387550062|
|LC Control Number||91046122|
Unification of Germany. One of the major features of the 19th century history of Europe was the struggles for national unification and independence. The achievement of independence by Greece and Belgium has been mentioned before. Germany and Italy were the other two important nations which emerged as united, independent states in the 19th century. I can fallow the millitary and political aspects pretty well but when it starts to talk about the economic aspects of Germany i get lost. I have learned a lot from the book though. It does talk about Bismarck but i wish it would talk about him more and his political sav This book is a typical history book/5.
Sinn: w Macroeconomic Aspects of German Unification: Sinn: w Germany's Economic Unification: An Assessment after Ten Years: Krueger and Pischke: A Comparative Analysis of East and West German Labor Markets: Before and After Unification: Krueger and PischkeCited by: 9. Alsace-Lorraine was transferred to Germany in the peace settlement, allowing Prussia to declare the German Empire, or Second Reich, on Janu Commentary Like Italy, Germany had quite a few serious issues to resolve once unification took place.
This job training helped the trainee participants find a job or find a better paying job than they had before. There are many other effects that affected the economy of Germany, but these aspects above are the main contributors that affected Germany’s economy after reunification. (The Economics of German Unification). They discuss aspects such as the German party system since unification, racial exclusion in the new Germany, the German model and European integration, and Germany's security policy dilemmas. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, : Klaus Larres.
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Paul J. Welfens The editor is pleased to present a second edition of Economic Aspects of German Unification which includes new chapters and several postscripts. Almost five years after unification output in the ex-GDR is back to its level.
Due to a massive intra-German resource transfer. German unification is changing central Europe, the EC and international economic and political relations.
Prosperous West Germany with its "social market economy" has absorbed the socialist GDR which is facing a complex systemic tranformation process. Paul J. Welfens The editor is pleased to present a second edition of Economic Aspects of German Unification which includes new chapters and several postscripts.
Almost five years after unification output in the ex-GDR is back to its level. Among their topics are the relative backwardness of East Germany's economy, labor markets and industrial policy, the impact of monetary and economic integration, and restructuring and privatization.
Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Cited by: German History - Economic Aspects: Books.
1 - 20 of results Many accounts of German unification focus on war, diplomacy and Bismarck and on the crucial ten years up to John Breuilly, in addition to paying attention to those issues extends the analysis back to He also takes into.
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Format: Hardcover. The objective of this book is to attempt to give readers a different outlook on the complex economic aspects of German unification, one which is as comprehensive as possible, and to show the manifold problems of German integration.
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The paper comments on the economic effects of the German unification. Apart from discussing the unification in an international perspective, analyzing the distributional consequences, and pointing to structural adjustment problems, it emphasizes the distinction between the frequently cited money overhang and the real asset overhang which.
Eight years after the unification of Germany, the book provides a comprehensive and much needed assessment of the transition process in the East, its impact on the German economy as a whole and the important broader lessons for European integration and : Palgrave Macmillan UK.
The first book in the Studies in Economic Transition series applies the theory of economic development to the economy of East Germany.
Eight years after the unification of Germany, the book provides a comprehensive and much needed assessment of the transition process in the East, its impact on the German economy as a whole and the important broader lessons for European integration and. An analysis of the economic causes, developments and processes that are associated with the unification of East and West Germany.
The author demonstrates how this merger of a social market economy and a socialist state provides a unique opportunity to test economic theories and concepts. The merging of the former GDR Eastern States, also known as the New Länder, with West Germany's market produced significant economic pressure on the German welfare state Germany’s conservative model welfare state was sustainable under the economic conditions of pre-unification but had trouble accommodating the increased costs associated with the integration of infrastructure, migration and.
Since unification, however, Germany has faced the economic challenge of transforming the former East Germany from a deteriorating command economy dependent on low-quality heavy industrial products to a technologically advanced market economy.
Economic unification caused particularly severe hardships for eastern German workers; unemployment rose sharply and industrial output fell by two-thirds in the years after unification. Decline was greatest in the food-processing sector, metallurgy, building materials, machinery and vehicles, electronics and related equipment, and textiles.
The Question of German Unification presents an introduction to the last two hundred years of German history and addresses questions raised by the status of Germany as a single or split national state.
Imanuel Geiss: * argues that Germany has fluctuated all too frequently, and catastrophically, between being the power centre of Europe or a power.
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Although German unification has had a profound impact on European integration and development, very few studies of the East German economy exist.
Specialists in economics and politics examine issues such as privatisation and monetary reform. The German Confederation was a political menge a trois between Prussia, Austrian and the middle states to either gain prominence or This concept is far too facile.
In the second edition of his The Wars of German Unification, Prof. Dennis Showalter shows that the wars were a culmination of a process beginning in/5.The Unification of Germany into a German Empire with tight political and administrative integration, replacing the decentralized German Confederation and Holy Roman Empire, was officially proclaimed on 18 Januaryin the Hall of Mirrors at the Palace of Versailles in France.
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