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- und Sozialwissenschaftler, Vertre- tungsprofessor für ökonomische Bildung an der Universität Köln. Mitglied der Gruppe Alternative Wirtschaftspolitik und des Wissenschaftlichen Beirats von Attac Deutschland. Arbeitsgebiete: Markttheorie, ökonomische Theorie- geschichte, politische Ökonomie der Bildung. Letzte Veröffentlichungen u.a.: »Neoliberalism in Germany: Revisiting the Ordoliberal Foundations of the Social Market Economy«, in: P. Mirowski/D. Plehwe (Eds.): The Road from Mont Pèlerin. The Making of the Neoliberal Thought Collective, 2009; »Grundlagen des

Among White Immigrants Benefit from the Residential Segregation of Blacks? A Study of Large Northern Cities in the Early 20th Century.” Social Science Quarterly, Volume 84, Number 4, (2003): 934-45. Böhm, Franz. “Rule of Law In A Market Economy.” In Germany‘s Social Market Economy, edited by Alan Peacock and Hans Willgerodt, 46-67. London: MacMillan, 1989. Brake, Klaus. “Zentrale und dezentrale Tendenzen im deutschen Städtesystem.” Geographische Rundschau, 45, Heft 4. (1993): 122-129. Brenner, Neil. “State Territorial Restructuring and the Production of

formulated in keeping with the principle of social market economy. The concept of social market economy was mostly associated with the philosophy of Ordoliberals, including Alfred Müller-Armack, Franz Böhm, Walter Eucken, Wilhelm Röpke, Alexander Rüstow, Ludwig Erhard and some of the members of Freiburg School (Eucken 1948, Müller-Armack 1976, Röpke 1954, Rüstow 1980). However, the principles of social market economy were not implemented in a homogeneous way. The CDU-CSU, which led the West German government from 1949 until the rise of the Grand Coalition in 1966

altered national systems – sometimes but not always for the better. Alexander Schellinger and Philipp Steinberg 12. Three scenarios for the Eurozone – and conclusions 195 Yet the new political frame of the Eurozone has also made it possible for national economic models to preserve and even develop their specificities and has generated positive growth impulses. The possibility for specific economic models to survive is demonstrated not least by the success of Germany’s social market economy. It is one of the ironies of capitalism that the “German mod- el” – whose

activities in Germany since the end of World War II, as shaped by Helmut Kohl. Ladies and gentlemen, the last for ty years have shown that our free and socially responsible economic order is able like no other to tackle and overcome new challenges. This is because the social market economy is an open and forward-looking economic system in which the people can freely develop. For Ludwig Erhard, the idea of the social market economy was not a static concept. He considered it a task that would never be totally completed. And he left us this as our inheritance, as a task

economy, there, where it belongs”. At the heart of an ordoliberal regulatory conceptualisation are – for historical reasons in part – usually fair competition and the combatting of monopolies. Above and beyond this, Eucken also sees a need for socio-political measures, or for “precautions to fill in the gaps and cushion hardship” – a concept that was explored in more detail by economists like Alfred Müller-Armack, head of the Department for Basic Issues at the Ministry of Economics under Ludwig Erhard and co-founder of the programme for the Social Market Economy

://www.wiwo.de/politik/deutsche-wirtschaftsordnung-ersonnen-hinter- klostermauern-297838/, zuletzt abgerufen am 14.04.2011). Siehe auch: Alfred Müller-Armack, Wirtschaftspolitik als Beruf [1969], wieder abgedruckt in: Jürgen Schneider/Wolfgang Harbrecht (Hrsg.), Wirtschaftsordnung und Wirtschaftspolitik in Deutschland (1933-1993). Stuttgart 1996, 283-301, hier: 290. 7 Zu weiteren Anekdoten um die Entstehung des Begriffs siehe Nils Gold- schmidt/Michael Wohlgemuth, Social Market Economy: origins, meanings and interpretations, in: Constitutional Political Economy 19, 2008, 261-276, hier: 262 ff. Siehe auch: Rainer Klump, Wege zur

Tätigkeit und persönli- cher Wertpraxis bei Cui Shu (1740-1816).” In: Monumenta Serica 42, pp. 361-395. Radermacher, Franz Josef (2004): Balance or Destruction: Eco-social Market Economy as the Key to Global Sustainable Development, Vienna. Radhakrishnan, Sarvapalli (1991): Eastern Religions and Western Thought, New Delhi. Rawls, J. (1999): The Law of Peoples: with “The Idea of Public Reason Revisited.” Cambridge, Mass. Reckwitz, Erhard 1990: “Intertextualität postmodern: J. M. Coetzee, Foe; John Fowles, A Maggot; Julian Barnes, Flaubert’s Parrot.” In: Kunibert

plu- rality (shaped) by normative (enabling) conditions“, in: Lütge, Christoph/ Mukherji, Nikil (Hg.), Order Ethics: An Ethical Framework for the Social Market Economy, Heidelberg: Springer 2015. Singy, Patrick: „How to be a pervert. A modest philosophical critique of the Di- agnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders“, in: Revista de Estudios Sociales 43 (2012), S. 139-150. Szasz, Thomas: Geisteskrankheit – ein moderner Mythos?. Grundlagen einer Theorie des persönlichen Verhaltens, Heidelberg: Carl Auer 2013. Toombs, S. Kay: The meaning of illness