The German Welfare States in the Era Kohl
To what extent there was outstanding change or continuity in Germany and to what extent various programmes stand out as winners or losers of the era Kohl can only be determined by looking at longitudinal data of programme development and at comparative data the put the German Changes into perpsective. The author attempted to clarify which programmes were hit hardest in the era Kohl and what features of social policies in this era are conspicuous in a comparative perspective.
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