Dimensions of German Unification examines some of economic, social, cultural, and legal aspects of the German unification process four years after political unification was achieved.
Table of Contents
Part One: German Unification: Economic Aspects 1. Whither the Treuhandanstalt? 2. The Politics of Restructuring Business Enterprises in the Former GDR: The Case of EKO Stahl 3. Less than a Universe of Difference: Evaluating the Reality of German Finance 4. Germany at Maastricht: Diplomacy and Domestic Politics 5. Standort Deutschland: Can a Changing Germany Compete in the Changing World Market? Part Two: German Unification: Social and Cultural Consequences 6. Passages: East-West by North-South 7. A Quiet Land: Reflections on Dictatorship in East Germany 8. Slouching Toward Capitalism: Cultural Transformation in Leipzig 1993 9. Rightist Violence as a Youth Phenomenon in United Germany Part Three: German Unification: Comparative Legal Issues 10. "Let the Advertiser Beware": Restrictions on Comparative and Misleading Advertising Under German Unfair Competition Law 11. No More Strangers, but Fellow Citizens: Minority Protection Laws in the United States and Germany 12. Legal Ethics as Market Interference: The Example of the German Residency Requirements Part Four: Alumni Conference Speeches 13. Germany in a New Europe 14. Pan-European Policy After the End of the East-West Conflict: German Foreign Policy Needs New Concepts 15. The Need for Civil Courage