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by A. J. Nicholls

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0198208529
Author:
A. J. Nicholls
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Humanities
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English
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Oxford University Press (June 1, 2000)
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440 pages
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The book examines the intellectual origins and history of the concept of the social market . A. J. Nicholls, author St Antony's College, Oxford.

The book examines the intellectual origins and history of the concept of the social market economy, and its implementation in the difficult years of post-war devastation and recovery in West Germany. It traces the struggle of liberal economists to assert their ideas in the unfavourable circumstances from 1933 to 1948, when they triumphed with Erhard's implementation of a policy of liberalization following currency reform. The social market economy remains the official policy of the Federal Republic today, and must face up to new challenges in the former German Democratic Republic.

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consumers’ attitudes towards social marketing activities on purchase intention and socially responsible purchasing behavior related with society . September 1995 · Journal of social history.

consumers’ attitudes towards social marketing activities on purchase intention and socially responsible purchasing behavior related with society, employment and environment. The structural model presented in the study indicates the effects of attitude on socially responsible purchasing behavior and purchase intention. To test the hypothesis, a causality and a multi variable analysis method,. called as Structural Equation Model, is used September 1995 · Journal of social history.

Nicholls, an experienced English historian of Germany, examines here the critical influence .

Nicholls, an experienced English historian of Germany, examines here the critical influence of Ludwig Erhard, who as federal minister of economic affairs presided over Germany's postwar rebound. Freedom with Responsibility: The Social Market Economy in Germany, 1918-1963.

The Social Market Economy remains the official policy of the Federal .

The Social Market Economy remains the official policy of the Federal Republic today, and must face up to new challenges in the former German Democratic Republic. Nicholls examines the intellectual origins and history of the concept of the Social Market Economy, and its implementation in the difficult years of post-war devastation and recovery in West Germany. The book analyses the extent to which West Germany's economic success was due to Erhard's policies, and assesses his attempts to attain the goals of the social market up to 1963, when he became Federal Chancellor.

Published: 1 September 1997.

in Germany, 1918-1963 Nicholls, . It examines the intellectual origins and history of the concept of the Social Market Economy, and its implementation in the years of post-war devastation an. .

Freedom with Responsibility: Social Market Economy in Germany, 1918-1963 Nicholls, . Oxford Academ 9780198208525 : This book goes behind the story of the Federal Republic of Germany to exam. It examines the intellectual origins and history of the concept of the Social Market Economy, and its implementation in the years of post-war devastation and recovery.

Mistakes and Myths: The Allies, Germany, and the Versailles Treaty, 1918–1921.

Freedom with Responsibility: The Social Market Economy in Germany, 1918-1963. Mistakes and Myths: The Allies, Germany, and the Versailles Treaty, 1918–1921. Defenestration as Ritual Punishment: Windows, Power, and Political Culture in Early Modern Europe.

Journal of Social History Oxford University Press 0022--1897 1. 353/JSH/29.

Freedom with Responsibility: The Social Market Economy in Germany, 1918–1963. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994. The Queen's University of Belfast. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 03 March 2009.

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." A.J. Nicholls examines the intellectual origins and history of the concept of the Social Market Economy, and its implementation in the difficult years of post-war devastation and recovery in West Germany. He traces the struggle of liberal economists to assert their ideas in the unfavorable circumstances from 1933 to 1948, when they triumphed with Erhard's implementation of a policy of liberalization following currency reform. The book analyzes the extent to which West Germany's economic success was due to Erhard's policies, and assesses his attempts to attain the goals of the social market up to 1963, when he became Federal Chancellor. Nicholls's study makes an important contribution to our understanding of the historical dynamics of the German economy and the political culture of the Federal Republic.