Foundations for understanding how market and governments work from the perspective of “constitutional economics”
Viktor J. Vanberg
- Foundations of Economic Wealth
- Exchange Types
- The State: a double-edged sword
- Constitutional Economics
- Enhancing Democracy
- Applicability of the model
- Protection to all
- Development and the role of the government
Social Market Economy: the origins of the Concept
- Linking the past to the present
- The influence of the United States
- The role of the government
Shared Mental Models, Catch-Up Development and Economic Policy-Making
- Shared Mental Models
- Shared Mental Models and Catch-Up Development
- The 20th century economic debate in Germany
- Putting the “social” in Germany
- Why did Russia Fail?
- What is an economic system?
- More on historical conditions
- International institutions to blame?
Culture and Market Economy
- Comparing Muslim States
- Is Islam incompatible with development?
- Scarcity of information
Economic and Social Policy in a Market Economy
- The role of the Government
- Selected Fields of Economic Policy
- Challenges and Opportunities of Social Market Economy
- The case of Germany
Democracy and Development in the Arab World
- Indicators of Development
- Oil and Conflict
- Oil Wealth
- The case of Lebanon
- Challenges and opportunities
- The Arab-Israeli Conflict
- Relative irrelevance of indicators
- Perspective and perception of the youth
- What to do with sectarianism?
- A view for the future
Primordial Entrepreneurs? Social Roots and Future Perspectives of Family Enterprises in the Arab East
- Social roots of family Entrepreneurs in the Arab East
- Present problems and prospects of family enterprises in the Arab East
- Money and Politics
Can a supranational market economy be social?
The case of the European Union
- Understanding the Treaty as an economic constitution
Walter Eucken, the Freiburg School and the Social Market Economy
Nils Goldschmidt, Walter Eucken Institute, Freiburg
- What does “Social Market Economy” mean?
- Historical Background
- Basic Tenets of Ordoliberalism
- Shortcomings of the Freiburg School Approach
- Further Developments