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The Challenge of Globalization for Germany"s Social Democracy

A Policy Agenda for the Twenty-First Century (International Political Currents)

by Dieter Dettke

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  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Berghahn Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Socialism & left-of-centre democratic ideologies,
  • Contemporary Politics - Germany,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Government - International,
  • Political Ideologies - Democracy,
  • Public Policy - Social Policy,
  • Development - Economic Development,
  • Political,
  • Public Policy - Economic Policy,
  • 1990-,
  • Economic Policy,
  • Germany,
  • Politics and government,
  • Social policy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12202540M
    ISBN 10157181180X
    ISBN 109781571811806

    Conventional politics is failing. Parties of the left and centre-left have struggled to forge a convincing response to this new phase of globalization in the aftermath of the crisis. This book examines the challenges that the new era of globalization poses for progressive parties and movements across the world. that social democracy started to be recognized as a separate ideology.” History The theory of social democracy mainly arose in central Europe and especially in Germany during the 19th century. During that time, Central Europe consisted of a strictly unjust society, with a rich upper class of industrialistsFile Size: KB.

    Table 1: Germany and Globalization: Key Strengths and Challenges Table 2: Summary Impact of Globalization on Germany Table 3: Germany’s Rank in World Trade Table 4. Germany’s Trade in Goods and Services, (euros billion) Table 5: Merchandise Trade: Leading Exporters and Importers Social Democracy and Globalization: The Cases of France and the UK Article in Government and Opposition 37(4) - April with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Ben Clift.

    How has globalization changed social inequality? In this groundbreaking book, Globalization and Inequalities, Sylvia Walby examines the many changing forms of social inequality and their intersectionalities at both country and global shows how the contest between different modernities and conceptions of progress shape the present and future. The book focuses on Latin America to identify factors associated with the evolution of welfare state policies during the pre-globalization period prior to , whilst studying how globalization and democratization have affected governments' fiscal commitment to social : Alex Segura-Ubiergo.


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The Challenge of Globalization for Germany"s Social Democracy by Dieter Dettke Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Challenge of Globalization for Germany's Social Democracy: A Policy Agenda for the 21st Century. The Challenge of Globalization for Germany's Social Democracy: A Policy Agenda for the 21st Century. Synopsis. "Modell Deutschland," once admired worldwide, has lost much of its shine, due to a number ofinternal and external factors.

Distinguishedacademic experts and leading politicians discuss these problems both from an internationalperspective and against the background of debates currently going on in Germany.

Dieter Dettke is foreign policy and security policy specialist and has published widely on these : Dieter Dettke. Globalization and International Cooperation— 1 Social Democratic Policy in the Age of Globalization Oskar Lafontaine I.

Germany and Europe in a Global Economy 1. German Economic Policy from a European and 11 Global Perspective Gerhard Schroder 2. German and European Responses to Globalization 18 Ernst Schwanhold and Reinhard Pfender 3. Get this from a library. The challenge of globalization for Germany's social democracy: a policy agenda for the 21st century.

[Dieter Dettke;] -- "Modell Deutschland," once admired worldwide, has lost much of its shine, due to a number of internal and external factors. This important and timely volume-deals with the economic and political. The challenge of globalization for Germany's social democracy: a policy agenda for the twenty-first century.

[Dieter Dettke;] -- "Modell Deutschland," once admired worldwide, has lost much of its shine, due to a number of internal and external factors. Social Democracy in the Global Periphery focuses on social-democratic regimes in the developing world that have, to varying degrees, reconciled the needs of achieving growth through globalized markets with extensions of political, social and economic by: This book asserts that globalization need not undermine social democracy if it is harnessed by international associations and leavened by principles of cultural respect, toleration, and enlightenment.

The structures of social democracy must, in short, be adapted to the exigencies of globalization, Cited by: Prof. Wolfgang Merkel is Director of the “Democracy and Democratisation” research program at the Social Science Research Centre Berlin (WZB) and Professor of Political Science at the Humboldt University Berlin.

He is a member of a number of key bodies, including the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities. He is also a non-party member of the. One such challenge is to be found in globalization, a phenomenon that has been proceeding apace since the nineteenth century.

Today, social democracy can be implemented effectively only if nation-states can reach agreement about a broad range of trans-border political instruments. Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD), German Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands, Germany’s oldest political party and one of the country’s two main parties (the other being the Christian Democratic Union).It advocates the modernization of the economy to meet the demands of globalization, but it also stresses the need to address the social needs of workers and.

‘Social Democracy in the Global Periphery accomplishes what the best comparative research aims for. Informed by a full grasp of past work on development, democracy, and social welfare policies as well as thorough local knowledge, the authors scan the range of what is possible and identify in four exceptional cases the causal patterns that Cited by:   Social democracy’s second contradiction is that you can’t promote a borderless world and the welfare state at the same time.

Merkel’s predecessor, the Social Democrat Gerhard Schröder, recognized this and pruned back Germany’s overgenerous welfare spending to make the economy more competitive. Seeking to extend the debate on the diversity of democracy, this book provides the reader with a comprehensive account of how two different global actors, the European Union and the World Social Forum respond to the challenges of globalization with various models of democracy and modes of cooperation at the transnational level.

The Challenge of Globalization for Germany's Social Democracy: A Policy Agenda for the 21st Century By Dieter Dettke Berghahn Books, Globalisation and the End of Social Democracy By Pierson, Chris The Australian Journal of Politics and History, Vol.

47, No. 4, December the province of Québec. The case studies point to a social democracy that has confirmed its rupture with the postwar order and its role as the primary political representative of workingclass interests.

Once marked by redistributive and egalitarian policy perspectives, social democracy has, the book argues, assumed a new role - that of a.

Globalization is altering many other aspects of national politics too. David Held (), a foremost writer on the politics of globalization, analysed and promoted the possibilities of a new form of politics and democracy which transcends the nation-state. In his view, globalization is an opportunity as well as threat.

Democracy faces substantial challenges as we move into the 21st Century. The West faces malaise; multi-level governance structures pose democratic challenges; and the path of democratization rarely runs smoothly.

This series examines democracy across the full range of these contemporary conditions. The Primacy of Politics: Social Democracy and the Making of Europe's Twentieth Century Sheri Berman Political history in the industrial world has indeed ended, argues this pioneering study, but the winner has been social democracy - an ideology and political movement that has been as influential as it has been misunderstood.

This book examines the challenges that the new era of globalization poses for progressive parties and movements across the world. It brings together leading thinkers and experts including Andrew Gamble, Jeffry Frieden and Vivien Schmidt to debate the structural causes and political consequences of this new wave of globalization.

This book examines the challenges that the new era of globalization poses for progressive parties and movements across the world. It brings together leading thinkers and experts including Andrew Gamble, Jeffry Frieden and Vivien Schmidt to debate the structural causes and political consequences of this new wave of globalization.

Presently one of the major issues of Germany is the global economy that undergoes great changes. The challenges of globalization raise new questions that must be solved.

With the emergence of new economic powers the world economy and the economic power of Germany is changing giving new opportunities and challenges in the working sector.

The second edition of this highly successful book tests the claims of those who dismiss the continuing significance of globalization through a comprehensive assessment of contemporary global trends. In the aftermath of 9/11, and the war in Iraq, there has been much talk of the end of globalization.4/5(1).One of the major issues in today's world is globalization, or the increasing reliance on international economic, political, and social networks.

There is a concern that globalism may challenge.