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Cultural Factors in Economic Growth : Ethical Economy - Mark Casson

Cultural Factors in Economic Growth

Ethical Economy

By: Mark Casson (Editor), Andrew Godley (Editor)

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A historically unique experiment is about to enter its second decade - German unification. Early hopes for a rapid and smooth economic transformation soon turned out to be overly optimistic. Despite massive financial transfers, the political promise of a 'blooming landscape' remains a vision. Actual developments have left deep scars on the labor market, and the effects will be felt for decades to come. Was this outcome to be expected, perhaps even inevitable? What went wrong, and what were the available options? Or is the current state of Eastern German labor market in fact better than is commonly assumed?

Preface
Cultural Factors in Economic Growthp. 1
Trust as a Governance Devicep. 44
A Measure of Culture: Trust and Defection in Southern Italyp. 69
Entrepreneunal Minorities: A Typologyp. 111
Cultural Determinants of Jewish Immigrant Entrepreneurship in the UK and USA and British and American Culturep. 125
Jurisprudence, Expected Value, and the Culture of Innovationp. 142
Constitutions, Liberties, and Growth in Pre-Modern Europep. 152
Culture and the Myth of Economic Determinism in Global History and World Politicsp. 182
The Case for a Shared World Languagep. 210
List of Authorsp. 237
Index of Namesp. 238
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ISBN: 9783540662938
ISBN-10: 3540662936
Series: Ethical Economy
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 245
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.55