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Autor     Grover McArthur, Ph.D
Titel    "What is social about the German Social Market Economy?"
Jahr    2002
URL    http://de.indymedia.org/2002/07/25930.shtml

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[1.] Cs/Fragment 100 01 - Diskussion
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Seite: 100, Zeilen: 1-8 + FN 9 auf S. 101
Quelle: McArthur 2002
Seite(n): 1 (Web page), Zeilen: 20-33
However, to define the term “social” in the social market economy is challenging and has caused great debate to this present date. Originally it was understood by the ordo-liberals that a social economy did not mean income programmes. [9] They believed that instead of income subsidy programmes, a social market economy should be one in which workers are given the chance to accumulate capital, which would give them the means for improving their social status in the social structure. They presented two methods for achieving this goal:

1) To subsidize savings, for example, with incentives programmes for savings 2) To increase the access to higher education

[FN 9 auf S. 101] E.g. Rentengeld, Wohngeld, Kindergeld, Sozialhilfe.

There was a great debate at the time among the ordo-liberals about the word "social". [...]

It was generally understood by the ordo-liberals that a social economy did not mean Rentengeld, Wohngeld, Kindergeld or Socialhilfe, Mutterschutz, i.e. income subsidy programs. The ordo-liberals agreed that instead of income subsidy programs, a social market economy should be one in which workers are given the chance to accumulate capital, which would give them the means for improving their social status in the social structure. There were two methods for achieving this goal:

(1) to subsidize savings, for example, with incentives programs for savings; (2) to increase the access to higher education;

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The first sentence was reworded, the series in the second sentence was demoted to a footnote on the next page (although there was enough space on this page), from there it is a copy and paste plagiarism with very minor changes.

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