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economies of the German-speaking countries of Europe

Margrit B. Krewson

economies of the German-speaking countries of Europe

a selective bibliography

by Margrit B. Krewson

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Published by Library of Congress in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe, German-speaking
    • Subjects:
    • Economic forecasting -- Europe, German-speaking -- Bibliography.,
    • Europe, German-speaking -- Economic conditions -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementMargrit B. Krewson with the assistance of Stephan H. Lindner.
      ContributionsLindner, Stephan H.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ7165.E83 K74 1986, HC244 K74 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 98 p. ;
      Number of Pages98
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2343250M
      LC Control Number86600263

        In Austerity: The Great Failure (, Yale University Press), Florian Schui examines the history of thought on the subject of austerity. In it, he looks at the wider definition of austerity, which is the abstention from consumption, and not the narrow definition related to fiscal policy which is how the term is currently being used in economic debates. Europe is the second-smallest name Europe, or Europa, is believed to be of Greek origin, as it is the name of a princess in Greek mythology. The name Europe may also come from combining the Greek roots eur- (wide) and -op (seeing) to form the phrase “wide-gazing.” Europe is often described as a “peninsula of peninsulas.” A peninsula is a piece of land surrounded by water.

        English has a lot of exposure (business, movies and the Net) and you could pretty much get around Europe on English alone. I'd put my money on German as a close second - very widely used. Aside from the officially german speaking countries, it's also being/has been taught in . Germany, Austria, Belgium and Italy. Belgium and Italy only have small areas which are German speaking. The other two German speaking countries, Switzerland and .

      Deutschland, as Germans call it, starts this list of countries with the highest taxes in the world with a tax rate of %.It is the most populous country in Europe (if you do not count Russia) and, in many ways, it is the powerhouse that drives Europe. Germany is one of the main economies in the world and has a strong export orientation. navian countries (Sweden, Norway and Denmark) and the German-speaking countries (Germany and Austria) exhibit a sizeable increase of the underground economy within the .


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These countries (with the addition of South Tyrol of Italy) also form the Council for German Orthography and are referred to as the German Sprachraum (German language area). Germanic-speaking Europe refers to the area of Europe that today uses a Germanic language.

Over million Europeans (some 30%) speak a Germanic language natively. At the same time million speak a Germanic language natively in the whole world (%) (the plurality of whom are speakers of North American English, with approximately million native speakers). German (Deutsch, pronounced ()) is a West Germanic language that is mainly spoken in Central is the most widely spoken and official or co-official language in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, South Tyrol in Italy, the German-speaking Community of Belgium, and is one of the three official languages of Luxembourg and a co-official language in the Opole Voivodeship in ity: German-speaking peoples.

German is spoken - as a mother tongue - in many countries. But one should differentiate. There are roughly million people worldwide who say German is their first language.

German is the official language in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein and. The German Confederation (German: Deutscher Bund) was an association of 39 German states in Central Europe, created by the Congress of Vienna in to coordinate the economies of separate German-speaking countries and to replace the former Holy Roman acted as a buffer between the powerful states of Austria and Prussia.

Britain approved of the confederation because London felt. The German language belongs to the Indo-European family and is considered a Germanic language. It is the second most widely spoken Germanic language (after English) and has between 90 and 95 million native language speakers and between 10 and 15 million second language speakers.

The majority of these individuals live in Germany (% Author: Amber Pariona. Weird that Austria should have more German-speakers than Germany. There are more native German speakers in Germany.

It's just the percentage that is higher in Austria (as in 93% of the Austrian population of about million vs. 92% of the German population of about million).

I think we all understand percentage, including the OP, hence. Assuming, that the question refers to countries listing German as one of their official languages, the list would be: * Germany * Austria * Switzerland * Liechtenstein * Luxemburg * Belgium * Italy (the province South Tyrol/Alto Adige) * Slovaki.

Since many countries merge, split, or just decide to change their name, there are many "missing" countries in Europe that no longer exist. This list is far from comprehensive, but it's meant to serve as a guide to some of the most well-known missing countries of today.

Start studying German-Speaking Countries' Capitals. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Mercer, one of the world’s largest HR consultancy firms, releases annually a list of cities that provide the best quality of life.

They looked at cities and here is the result: one third of the most desirable cities in the world are from the German speaking countries, while Vienna took the first place on that list. The ranking: 1. Vienna, 2. Start studying Global Geography Book Questions exam 1, geog Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

The German-speaking area of Europe is a good example of a _____. Formal Region Economies were focused on. Identifying the Boundaries. Europe is a continent of peninsulas, islands, and varied landforms.

The traditional boundaries of the European continent include the North Atlantic Ocean to the west and Russia up to the Ural Mountains to the east.

Since the Soviet Union’s collapse inRussia has been given its own identification and, in this text, is not included in the study of Europe. German language as used in professional contexts involving economic matters: texts and documents relating to forms of enterprises and their financing, to macroeconomic structures of domestic and foreign trade, and to reports on the economies of German-speaking countries.

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The German-Speaking Countries. The German-speaking world includes seven countries, all but one in Europe. In five of these countries (Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg and Switzerland) German is the main or dominant language.

About 65 percent of the Swiss speak German, or more correctly, Swiss German. All countries in this category have German as an official language. Pages in category "German-speaking countries" The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total.

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Central Europe is a region forming the heart of Europe. It includes the German-speaking countries, four former Warsaw Pact member states that have successfully joined the European Union, and Slovenia, a former Yugoslav republic, now also a member of the EU.

Nations when listed in German are generally not preceded by definite articles with some exceptions. In German, there are three definite articles: die, der, and that die is feminine, der is masculine, and das is neuter (gender neutral). As in English, the definite articles are placed before the noun (or their modifying adjectives).In German, however, each of the definite articles has a Author: Hyde Flippo.The observations as a whole are fairly well distributed across space and time, although nearly half come from the Low Countries and German-speaking Europe.

Ogilvie is attentive to possible over- and under-representation problems, but there remains the problem of the nature of the observations themselves.higher education landscape in German-speaking Europe showed that, if a broader definition of EE is taken into account, there is much more activity in universities in German speaking countries.