6 edition of An introduction to the social and economic history of Germany found in the catalog.
|Statement||Helmut Böhme ; translated with an editorial introduction by W.R. Lee.|
|LC Classifications||HC283 .B5913|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 171 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||78018913|
This book discusses the growth of the German economy in the nineteenth century. In that period, economic growth went hand in hand with the process of large-scale structural change we call industrialization, i.e., with the absolute and relative growth of industrial activity and the shifts in the employment of resources which that growth implies. “Within Germany, unrest fermented after Germany lost World War I, and the German people, including the workers and the military, detested the idea that they would be held accountable for the war and would have to pay reparations to their former enemies.
It unpacks the social construction of knowledge and categories of difference, processes and structures of power and inequality, with a focus on gendered labor in the global economy, and the historical development of feminist social movements. The book emphasizes feminist sociological approaches to analyzing structures of power, drawing heavily. Historian Charles Van Doren leads us to the early roots of “primitive capitalism” in his book A History of Knowledge: Past, Present, and Future. He provides insight to the ancient Egyptians, economic life before the peasant, the introduction of the .
This book goes behind the success story of the Federal Republic of Germany since the Second World War to examine the principles underpinning the so-called ‘economic miracle’. West Germany's Economics Minister, Ludwig Erhard, maintained that his social market economy worked because it consisted of sound economic principles applied with common sense and consistency. Request PDF | On Jan 1, , Sheilagh Ogilvie and others published Germany: A New Social and Economic History, Vol. 3: Since | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
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"Professor Sagarra has produced a most valuable book. Her knowledge is detailed and wide-ranging, and she has the skill to weave a rich tapestry from the colorful threads of German social history." --Sidney Pollard," Economic History Review" "What Trevelyan did for England and what more recently Zeldin did for France, Professor Sagarra has done Cited by: Get this from a library.
An introduction to the social and economic history of Germany: politics and economic change in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. [Helmut Böhme]. An introduction to the social and economic history of Germany: politics and economic change in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries by Böhme, Helmut, Pages: In a manner new to German historiography, Eda Sagarra used imaginative literature as a key record of contemporaries' perceptions of social history.
Thus, by integrating concrete, individual experience with larger historical processes, her work addresses itself equally to the student of Germany.
Germany - Germany - Economy: The German constitution, the Basic Law (Grundgesetz), guarantees the right to own property, freedom of movement, free choice of occupation, freedom of association, and equality before the law. However, the constitution modified the operation of the unfettered free market by means of its “social market economy” (Soziale Marktwirtschaft).
Germany: A New Social and Economic History is a welcome addition to the literature that will be useful to "students, teachers, and general readers," but it is not a synthesis (p. xv). Individual chapters on a range of topics (urbanization, social policy, industrialization, finance, government policies, agriculture, demography, science, women.
This book provides a comparative history of economic thought as developed in Central Europe, notably Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. The book investigates identity and developments from the First World War, through the Interwar period up to and after the break-up of socialism.
In the wall street crash led to massive economic and social problems in Germany. Unemployment, already at million inrose to million by Bruning, then chancellor of Germany, dealt with the problem by cutting government spending on social welfare and the wages of.
Although the automobile was to have its greatest social and economic impact in the United States, it was initially perfected in Germany and France toward the. About the Author. Eda Sagarra is professor of German at Trinity College, Dublin. She is the author of Tradition and Revolution: German Literature and Society and An Introduction to Nineteenth-Century Germany.
Eda Sagarra is professor of German at Trinity College, Dublin. She is the author of Tradition and Revolution: German Literature and Society and An Introduction to. Modern economic history: from partition to reunification The West German system. After the devastation of World War II, West Germany rebounded with a so-called “ economic miracle” that began in The subsequent combination of growth and stability made West Germany’s economic system one of the most respected in the world, though it began to suffer strains beginning in the s.
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Social work is the profession originally developed to work with a number of these social and 28 times higher than in France or Germany” (p.
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This book aims to introduce English-language readers to modern German economic history based on a selection of work by one of Germany's.