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The German Economy:
Beyond the Social Market
Horst Siebert

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface vii
Chapter One: Basic Features of the German Economy 1
Chapter Two: The Social Market Economy 24
Chapter Three: The Weak Growth Performance 38
Chapter Four: The Labor Market: High and Sticky Unemployment 69
Chapter Five: The Social Security System under Strain 114
Chapter Six: Ageing as a Challenge over the Next Forty Years 154
Chapter Seven: Germany: an Immigration Country 166
Chapter Eight: Regulation of Product Markets 181
Chapter Nine: Environmental Protection: a German Topic 203
Chapter Ten: The Capital Market and Corporate Governance 213
Chapter Eleven: Human Capital and Technology Policy 244
Chapter Twelve: The Fiscal Policy Stance 261
Chapter Thirteen: Germany in the European Union: Economic Policy under Ceded Sovereignty 292
Chapter Fourteen: The System of Governance in Germany’s Social Market Economy 325
Chapter Fifteen: The Need for a Renaissance of the Market Economy 365
References 378
Index 393

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