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Autor     Ulrich Witt
Titel    Germany’s “Social Market Economy” Between Social Ethos and Rent Seeking
Sammlung    The independent Review, Volume 6 Number 3, Winter 2002
Herausgeber    The Independent Institute
Ort    Washington, D.C.
Jahr    2002
URL    http://www.independent.org/publications/tir/article.asp?a=145

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Today, the social ethos of the social market economy continues to be widely regarded as legitimate. Moreover, many Germans – not least, the German Constitutional Court – still believe that active pursuit of that social ethos is compatible with reaping the benefits of free markets. Thus, the government is still held responsible for providing protection against the risks of life, including the consequences of too fierce competition in free markets and as a consequence, government actions are not viewed as attenuating either the individual freedom to participate in markets or the efficiency of those markets. Today, the social ethos of the social market economy continues to be widely regarded as legitimate. Moreover, many Germans — not least, the German Constitutional Court — still believe that active pursuit of that social ethos is compatible with reaping the benefits of free markets. Thus, the government is held responsible for providing protection against the pitfalls of life, including the consequences of too fierce competition in free markets, and the consequent government actions are not viewed as attenuating either the individual freedom to participate in markets or the efficiency of those markets.
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