The economic policy of the allies in the post-war West Germany (1945-1947 years)
The article deals with socio-economic and political situation in the Western zones of occupation in Germany in the first years after the Second World War - at a time when the background proliferation of new global conflict - the "cold war" - the prerequisites for institutional market reforms, the mid-1948. Analyzes the legacy of the National Socialist regime from the point of view of the theory of economic order is determined by the impact of the policy of the occupation authorities in the economic and ideological processes in post-war Germany, revealed the conceptual views of supporters of a social market economy, explores the importance of the Marshall Plan and the evolution of foreign policy doctrine of the United States in respect of post-war West Germany.
Volume (Year): 6 (2015)
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- Otto Nathan, 1944. "The Nazi Economic System," NBER Chapters,in: Nazi War Finance and Banking, pages 3-4 National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
- Schlecht, Otto, 1990. "Grundlagen und Perspektiven der Sozialen Marktwirtschaft," Untersuchungen zur Ordnungstheorie und Ordnungspolitik, Mohr Siebeck, Tübingen;Walter Eucken Institut, Freiburg, Germany, edition 1, volume 27, number urn:isbn:9783161456848.
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