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Policy & Politics West Germany (Policy and Politics in Industrial States) download ebook

by Peter Katzenstein

Policy & Politics West Germany (Policy and Politics in Industrial States) download ebook
ISBN:
0877222649
ISBN13:
978-0877222644
Author:
Peter Katzenstein
Publisher:
Temple University Press (June 29, 1987)
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464 pages
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This book examines how West German policy and politics interrelate in problem areas such as economic . Underlining throughout, with marker on first page crossing out a price and two pen lines across the pages on the outside.

This book examines how West German policy and politics interrelate in problem areas such as economic management.

This book examines in detail how West German policy and politics interrelate in six problem areas: economic .

Coalition governments, federalism, para-public institutions, and the state bureaucracy are the domestic forces that have tamed power in the Federal Republic.

0877222630 (ISBN13: 9780877222637).

Katzenstein, Peter J. 1985. Katzenstein, Peter J. 1987. Policy and Politics in West Germany: The Growth of a Semi-sovereign State. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 1993: Coping with Terrorism: Norms and Internal Security in Germany and Japan. In Judith Goldstein and Robert O. Keohane, ed. Ideas and Foreign Policy: Beliefs, Institutions and Political Change. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 265. Katzenstein, Peter J, ed. 1996.

Policy and Politics in West Germany. by Peter J. Katzenstein. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780877222644. Release Date:June 1987.

Most of this valuable and original book is made up of studies by German academics on changes in major West German industries during the postwar period. Industry And Politics In West Germany: Toward The Third Republic.

Industry and Politics in West Germany.

In this chapter I shall try to isolate and discuss the meaning of ‘sectoral differentiation’ in the context of other explanatory concepts of politics.

Peter Katzenstein's analysis of the ‘semisovereign’ West German state is one of the most enduringly popular .

Peter Katzenstein's analysis of the ‘semisovereign’ West German state is one of the most enduringly popular conceptualisations of German politics. This chapter asks whether Germans could transfer this widely admired model of policy-making to the new states in eastern Germany. It built on, reconciled and took forward what had hitherto been the pioneering texts: Fritz Scharpf et al. Policy and Politics in West Germany: The Growth of a Semisovereign State. In Beyond Continuity: Institutional Change in Advanced Political Economies. Temple University Press, 1987. Kesselman, Mark, Joel Krieger, et al. European Politics in Transition. Wadsworth Publishing, 2008. Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy: Lord and Peasant in the Making of the Modern World.

How can we account for the lack of large-scale policy change in West Germany despite changes in the partisan make-up of the federal government? This book examines how West German policy and politics interrelate in problem areas such as economic management, industrial relations, social welfare, migrant workers, administrative reform, and more.