Changes in economic and social structure in the Federal Republic of Germany

development trends of densely populated areas and approaches to decentralization
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Bundesforschungsanstalt für Landeskunde und Raumordnung , Bonn
Regional planning -- Germany (West), Population density -- Germany (W
StatementDietrich Fürst [and] Dieter Schimanke.
SeriesSeminare, Symposien, Arbeitspapiere -- Heft 18
ContributionsSchimanke, Dieter.
The Physical Object
Pagination82 p. :
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Open LibraryOL22127366M
ISBN 103879948216

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This book is comprised of eight chapters and begins with a discussion on past institutional structures and procedures that have shaped particular ideas about law, politics, and government in West Germany, including the retention of a federal structure of Book Edition: 1. Germany: A New Social and Economic History is a welcome addition to the literature that will be useful to "students, teachers, and general readers," but it is not a synthesis (p.

xv). Individual chapters on a range of topics (urbanization, social policy, industrialization, finance, government policies, agriculture, demography, science, women, and the standard of living) were written by experts in their fields. Changes in economic and social structure in the Federal Republic of Germany Development trends of densely populated areas and approaches to decentralization By D.

Fuerst, D. Schimanke and Bonn (Germany) Bundesforschungsanstalt fuer Landeskunde und Raumordnung. Abstract. The regional development of population and employment in the Federal Republic of Germany subsequent to World War II has been characterised by a stronger growth of the southern regions whereas the western regions (Saarland, North Rhine-Westphalia) and Cited by: 2.

Germany - Germany - The economy, – The speed of Germany’s advance to industrial maturity after was breathtaking. The years from to witnessed a doubling of the number of workers engaged in machine building, from slightly more than one-half million to well over a million.

Society and Politics in West Germany. processes and policies of the Federal Republic; they are also influences on the social, economic and cultural systems, and in this way have an indirect effect on the political system.

Religious divisions, regional loyalties, the types and distribution of industry and agriculture, the social structure Author: Geoffrey K. Roberts. The Federal Republic of Germany (popularly known as West Germany) is formally established as a separate and independent nation.

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It gives an overview of the most important statistical information that are collected in Germany in relation to "social capital". There are various theoretical approaches and perspectives of social capital which use a more or less narrow concept.

All concepts of social capital remain somewhat fluid. Treaty establishing a Monetary, Economic and Social Union (Bonn, 18 May ) Caption: On 18 Maythe Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) and the German Democratic Republic (GDR) sign in Bonn the Treaty establishing a Monetary, Economic and Social Union.

Source: The Unification of Germany in Germany - Germany - Daily life and social customs: The incursions of modern patterns of life and global forms of entertainment, from fast food to Hollywood films, have weakened the traditional arts, entertainments, and customs of regional and rural Germany, although this has occurred somewhat less so in southern Germany, where the older arts and usages have persisted concurrently with a gradual.

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Basic Law. for the Federal Republic of Germany. 23 May Last amended on 28 March [Assets in case of territorial changes between the Länder] Art. Art. [First convening of the Bundesrat] the Federal Republic of Germany, which was adopted by the Parliamentary Council on 8 Maywas ratiied in the week. the state structure of the Federal Republic of Germany are defined, is Arti parapraph 1: The Federal Republic of Germany is a democratic and social federal state.

This gives the political system of the Federal Republic of Germany a federal structure. This. Germany and the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Article. Germany is committed to promoting sustainable economic growth and fostering social environments conducive to improving living standards around the globe.

As a member of the Economic and Social Council, Germany plays an important role in finding solutions to current problems. It was found that in Germany the strength of the anti-nuclear sentiment in combination with the federal structure allowed for new ideas about energy generation to get a foothold amongst policymakers.

THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION IN HISTORICAL-CULTURAL CONTEXT The Federal Republic of Germany consists of sixteen Länder, including three city states (Hamburg, Bremen, and Berlin). Its population numbers million (with a declining trend).

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The total area of the Federal Republic coverssquare kilometres. The nationalFile Size: KB. Publisher Summary. This chapter reviews the post-war education polices in the Federal Republic of Germany.

The Düsseldorf Agreement was concluded by the Kultusministerkonferenz during a period of economic expansion and social stability, a time when the attitude to education as to many other features of national life could be summed up by the catch-phrase Keine Experimente.

The Federal Republic of Germany is a highly industrialized country that is presently approaching the stage of the postindustrial dominance of the service sector. However, the industry still contributes about 50% of the gross domestic product and employs nearly half of the labor by: 3.

The election campaign focused mainly on the shape and speed of unification with the Federal Republic. The election result, a victory for the conservative Alliance for Germany, is a clear vote in favour of the fastest possible unification and the introduction of a social market economy. : Comparative Studies of Social Structure: Recent German Research on France, the United States and the Federal Republic (): Wolfgang Teckenberg: Books.

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Reforming Governance: Lessons from the United States of America and the Federal Republic of Germany (Nordamerikastudien. Germany is a member of the United Nations, NATO, the G7, the G20, and the OECD. Known for its rich cultural history, Germany has continuously been the home of influential and successful artists, philosophers, writers, musicians, film people, sportspeople, Capital and largest city: Berlin, 52°31′N 13°23′E.

POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC BACKGROUND AND TRENDS Introduction The Federal Republic of Germany lies at the heart of Europe and is surrounded by nine neighbouring states. The territory covers aroundkm2 and stretches from the North and Baltic Seas in the north to the Alps in the south.

Germany has. Main products of this work were the „Sociological Almanac“ („Soziologische Almanach“ and the edited volume „Living Conditions in the Federal Republic of Germany“ („Lebensbedingungen in der Bundesrepublik“) (, ); the latter book used the instrument of social indicators in order to apply it to the Federal Republic of.

Crisis of unification: how Germany changes. By Jürgen Kocka. Topics: Federal Republic of Germany, social change, economic change, Author: Jürgen Kocka. Germany, Federal Republic of Economy - West Germany, a major economic power and a leading exporter, has a highly urbanized and skilled population that enjoys excellent living standards and comprehensive social welfare benefits.

The FRG is poor in natural resources, coal being the most important mineral. Federal Republic of on this. Germany (officially the Federal Republic of Germany) is a central western European country with the second biggest population in the region.

It was split into ‘East Germany’ and ‘West Germany’ until when the two states reunified to form a greater continuation of West Germany (the Federal Republic of. The revolutionary events of in Eastern Europe took a special shape in the German Democratic Republic: large-scale flights of citizens to the Federal Republic of Germany combined with increasingly powerful mass demonstrations in the major cities to bring down the communist regime.

Changes in social structure and life courses and their political impact Karl Ulrich Mayer and Steffen Hillmert 5. The Crumbling Pillars of Social Partnership Wolfgang Streeck and Anke Hassel 6.

Political-Economic Context and Partisan Strategies in the German Federal. Germany's socio-economic model, the "social market economy", was established in West Germany after World War II and extended to the unified Germany in During a prolonged recession after the adoption of the Euro inmajor reforms (Agenda ) were introduced which many consider as the key of Germany's recent success.This book offers a concise and comprehensive overview of the Federal Republic of Germany post The chapters will enable students to understand how Germany's political institutions work, their strengths and weaknesses and the relationship between institutions and the political process.A New Society: Economic & Social Change A tide of economic and social change swept across the country in the s.

Nicknames for the decade, such as “the Jazz Age” or “the Roaring Twenties,” convey something of the excitement and the changes in social .