2 edition of East German financial system found in the catalog.
East German financial system
United States. Central Intelligence Agency.
|Statement||Central Intelligence Agency.|
|Series||Intelligence report - Central Intelligence Agency ; CIA/RR ER 66-28, Intelligence report (Central Intelligence Agency) -- CIA/RR ER 66-28.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 67 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||67|
East Germany had a command economy similar to the economic system in the Soviet Union and other Comecon member states (in contrast to the market economies or mixed economies of capitalist states).The state established production targets and prices and also allocated resources, codifying these decisions in comprehensive cy: East German mark. Some worry that the German banking system still has vulnerabilities. The ten biggest banks have a €43 billion exposure to the government debt of peripheral euro-zone members.
The fee was East German marks per child per month for full day care. Most crèches were open from 6 am to 6 pm. Kindergartens. Unlike West Germany, East Germany accomplished large-scale education reform and introduced a dense network of high-standard education facilities, especially kindergartens. A unique characteristic of East German kindergartens was the strong educational . Central planning, however, proved unable to meet people’s individual demands Eventually, the entire system collapsed; as it did everywhere else, socialism in Germany failed. Which is why it is strange, in , to see socialism coming back into German mainstream politics. But this real-world evidence doesn’t matter for some Germans.
Beyond the ever-present ghosts of German history, my parents also shared a nagging fear, widespread on the left, that the collapse of the East would take . Per-capita gross domestic product was €32, in the former East German states in , compared with €42, in the former West German states. Productivity in the East, in other words, was 75% of productivity in the West on a per-capita basis.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: United States. Central Intelligence Agency. East German financial system. Washington: Directorate of Intelligence, Originally published inthis book brings together leading authorities from Germany and the USA who analyze how the East German economy actually operated - planning and management, pricing, investment and innovation, the financial system, agriculture and foreign trade (including the special concessions granted by the then Federal Republic of Germany).Cited by: 8.
The German Financial System 1st Edition by Jan Pieter Krahnen (Editor), Reinhard H. Schmidt (Editor) ISBN Format: Hardcover. This book provides an up-to-date overview of the development of the German financial system, with a particular focus on financialization and the financial crisis, topics that have increasingly gained attention since the crisis and the discussion on the secular stagnation started.
The authors of theBrand: Springer International Publishing. Financial system in Germany is a traditional banks based system. Firms still rely on banks instead of capital markets.
In this paper we will analyze the banking system of Germany, its main institutional investors, the Stock and Bond markets and finally the affects of financial crisis in financial sectors and the implementation of Basel II nationally. This is a much needed volume on the German financial system providing both a descriptive survey of the present state of the system and a new analytical framework to explain its workings.
This book is written by a team of scholars, predominantly from the Centre for Financial Studies in Frankfurt. The book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of all aspects of the German financial system, grounded in the current discussion about the importance of a country's financial system for.
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saving. The German financial system has historically been a prime example of a bank-based system although, in contrast to most other developed capitalist countries, a significant part of the banking.
The German Financial System Daniel Detzer, Nina Dodig, Trevor Evans, Eckhard Hein, Hansjörg Herr ISSN: 2 The German Financial System Daniel Detzer, Nina Dodig, Trevor Evans, Eckhard Hein, Hansjörg Herr Affiliations of authors: Institute for International Political Economy, Berlin School of Economics and Law ().
The German financial system has long been characterized as a purely bank-based system with a remarkable degree of stability. In order to understand the importance of financial systems, the specific characteristics of the German financial system and its possible transformation over time, the basic definitions and concepts of financial systems 1/5(20).
The book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of all aspects of the German financial system, grounded in the current discussion about the importance of a country's financial system for its economic development.
The common starting points for the book as a whole as well as for all 15 individual chapters are what the respective authors perceive as peculiarities of the German. The book is by Avraham Barkai. He is a German language scholar (whose books have been translated into English).
Born in Berlin inhe lives on a kibbutz in Israel, & researches anti-semitism. Without knowing more, my assumption is that he is Jewish, himself. His readable, relatively short book on Nazi Economics covers a lot of by: This book about the German financial system was written by a group of German academics with a genuine research interest in the topic and a certain sense of how complex reality can be.
the book aspires to be comprehensive in its coverage, up to date in its information content, shaped by a unified set of questions and theoretical concepts, inspired by theoretical arguments about the role and. 1 Starting point: a financial system under stress.
1Until the end of the last decade, German banking and corporate governance and the financial system as a whole were characterized by a remarkable degree of most important characteristics were bank dominance of the entire financial sector, a strong role of not strictly profitoriented banks in the banking sector and a stakeholder.
The financial system of Germany, home to systemically important financial institutions, has been bolstered by EU-wide and global reforms in the financial sector. At the same time, low interest rates and the ongoing transition to new supervisory and resolution mechanisms may pose risks, according to the IMF.
The German financial system has stabilized after parts of it were hit hard during the financial crisis. The main impact came from exposures abroad and funding strains for certain banks; many of these banks had been widely seen as problematic even before the crisis—for example, in the Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP)—yet.
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Günter Grass is a Nobel Prize-winning German author who predominantly wrote during Germany’s post-war era. Germany to Germany is his personal diary chronicling his travels throughout reunified Germany in the months that followed the fall of the Berlin Wall. It offers an important historical account, from the perspective of a native German, about the aftermath of reuniting the country after Author: Lily Cichanowicz.
the German environment, is also driv-en by the traditional focus of codified German financial accounting on tax calculation and profit distribution. Schmalenbach's main attention, how-ever, was on the measurement prob-lems of financial accounting.
Putting a strong emphasis on income measure-ment, he developed an income state. The East German Stasi was the world's best and most efficient secret police, the textbook definition of the omnipresent Big Brother. The Stasi guarded and secured the rule of East Germany's Communist Party for four decades, during which it seeped into every tiny crevice of East German society/5(K).the former East German states and represent a transition from the previous East German school system to the educational structures of the West.
The Bavarian peo-ples' school (Volksschule) is another infrequent variant in which the Grundschule and the Hauptschule are organizationally integrated.
The orientation Size: KB.The EBF is the voice of the European banking sector, bringing together national banking associations from 45 countries. The EBF is committed to a thriving European economy that is underpinned by a stable, secure and inclusive financial ecosystem, and to a flourishing society where financing is available to fund the dreams of citizens, businesses and innovators everywhere.