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Author: Reinhard Rode
ISBN: 3926197900
Subcategory: Europe
Publisher Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (1991)
Language English
Category: History
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by Reinhard Rode


Germany: World Economic Power or Overburdened Eurohegemon? Bibliographic record. Reinhard Rode, Germany: World Economic Power or Overburdened Eurohegemon?, PRIF Report No. 21, Frankfurt/M.

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Rosamond, Ben (2005) ‘The uniting of Europe, and the foundation of EU Studies: revisiting the neofunctionalism of Ernst B. Haas’, Journal of European Public Policy, 12(2): 237–54. Verdun, Amy (1999) ‘The role of the Delors Committee in the creation of EMU: an epistemic community?’, Journal of European Public Policy, 6(2): 308–28. Verdun, Amy (2000a) European Responses to Globalization and Financial Market Integration.

Europe’s reluctant hegemon The economic gap between Germany and France is wider than it has ever been. As a result, power within Europe has shifted sharply towards Berlin.

Europe’s reluctant hegemon. Germany, now the dominant country in Europe, needs to rethink the way it sees itself and the world, says Zanny Minton Beddoes. The economic gap between Germany and France is wider than it has ever been. France’s economy is stagnant, statist and uncompetitive and urgently needs reform. Mrs Merkel is widely seen as the continent’s most important politician. In Beijing or Washington, DC, the question: Where is Europe going? has become synonymous with: What do the Germans want?

After World War II the German economy lay in shambles. Eucken was the leader of a school of economic thought, called the Soziale Marktwirtschaft, or social free market, based at Germany’s University of Freiburg.

After World War II the German economy lay in shambles. The war, along with Hitler’s scorched-earth policy, had destroyed 20 percent of all housing. Members of this school hated totalitarianism and had propounded their views at some risk during Hitler’s regime.

Germany and Turkey - A difficult relationship

Germany and Turkey - A difficult relationship. A shrinking population as well as less economic power make it difficult for Germany's East to catch up. Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich began with the good news from the annual report on German unity. The report also called the shrinking and graying population a "large challenge" for rural areas that need to provide public services to all people. Unlike in previous years, the German Unity report was published exclusively by the Federal Interior Ministry rather than the various state ministries focused on economic power and demographic changes.

Germany Government Bonds and Yields Curve. Swipe left to see all data.

The economy of Germany is a highly developed social market economy. It has the largest national economy in Europe, the fourth-largest by nominal GDP in the world, and fifth by GDP (PPP).