English, Article edition: Geography, exchange rates and trade structures: Germany's export performance since the 1950s Lindlar, Ludger; Holtfrerich, Carl-Ludwig

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  • Geography, exchange rates and trade structures: Germany's export performance since the 1950s
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  • Lindlar, Ludger
  • Holtfrerich, Carl-Ludwig
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  • This paper surveys West Germany s export performance since the 1950s, focusing on geography, the exchange rate regime, and international specialisation. It emphasises the importance of Europe as a natural trading bloc , with Germany at its centre. It challenges the claim that Germany s export boom of the 1950s and 1960s can be mainly explained by relatively low domestic cost increases. It further challenges the claim that Germany s export position has been transformed from early maturity to relative decline.
  • RePEc:cup:ereveh:v:1:y:1997:i:02:p:217-246_00
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