Achtergrond - 4 juni 2009
Towards a more social European market economy: rethinking the Rhineland model
Thursday 14 May, Eerste Kamer, The Hague
For the past 60 years, the German and Dutch economic models have been characterised as the Rhenish model. In the last few years, both countries have imported elements from the Anglo-Saxon model. Now that the severe consequences of the financial crisis are being felt all across Europe, these combined experiences may provide a starting point for a European future with a better balance between market and morality.
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