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  1. Germany and its population
  2. Evaluation of German success
  3. Economic miracles
  4. The German system of industrial relations has its base on legislation
  5. The strengths in German industrialization
  6. German manufacturers place demands on quality of location

This research paper analyzes various aspects of the German economy, tracing its development from the early nineties to the present. The country is an economic powerhouse which has spurred over the years to advance from its financial troubles to become one of the worlds' best-performing economies. Germany brags of numerous industrial advancements and international brands. Critical emphasis on the key features of the economy is an integral subject of this research paper. The collection, presentation, analysis and recommendations for German economic data are also covered in this document.

[...] (1994). Visions of Modernity: American Business and the Modernization of Germany. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Streeck, W. (1997). German Capitalism: Does It Exist. New Political Economy , 237-56. [...]


[...] Germany brags of numerous industrial advancements and international brands. Critical emphasis on the key features of the economy is an integral subject of this research paper. The collection, presentation, analysis and recommendations for German economic data are also covered in this document. Germany has a population of eighty-two million and a Gross Domestic Product 2.4 trillion Euros. It is highly integrated with the world economy. Towards the end of the last century, Germany was always referred to as sick man of Europe?. [...]


[...] When her industrial success is traced, Germany has mainly picked up in a decade of the mid 1990s and the mid 2000s. The success can be explained in the context of balances made by the country in the Eurozone. Through good leadership, the labor market was actually structured to be competitive and transformational. (Christian Merkl, 2006)The competitiveness also saw the growth in exports of goods and services. In extraordinary economic circumstances, German institutions have been able to act flexibly because of the distinctive characteristics. [...]

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