SELECTED PROBLEMS OF THE ECONOMIC POLITICS DURING THE GOVERNMENT OF H. MÜLLER (UNTIL OCTOBER 1929)
In 1928 was appointed the last coalition democratic government which aim was to deal with growing economic problems of the Weimar republic. The so called "Great coalition" failed to come to agreement on solution of the most important questions: social policy, fiscal policy, reparations and the Young plan. Yet before October 1929 the problems of the political sphere and variety of opinions on German economic policy emerged. Therefore the study focuses both on problems which the cabinet considered crucial in economic sphere, on mingling of interests of political parties, trade unions, special interest groups in industry or agriculture, on influence of economic policy and particularly on controversy concerning the access to the social question. Marginally it deals as well as with weak points of the Weimar republic parliamentarianism in connection with searching the outlets from growing economic problems and with the question whether the creation of the so called "Great coalition" in 1928 was bigger mistake than its much more criticized failure two years later.
Germany, German Economic Policy, Reparations, the Young Plan, the Great Depression, Unemployment
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