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The Road To MaastrichtNegotiating Economic and Monetary Union$
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Kenneth Dyson and Kevin Featherstone

Print publication date: 1999

Print ISBN-13: 9780198296386

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/019829638X.001.0001

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EMU, the Kohl Chancellorship, and German Political Tradition: The Legacy of Adenauer and Erhard

EMU, the Kohl Chancellorship, and German Political Tradition: The Legacy of Adenauer and Erhard

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(p.256) 6 EMU, the Kohl Chancellorship, and German Political Tradition: The Legacy of Adenauer and Erhard
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The Road To Maastricht
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Kenneth Dyson (Contributor Webpage)

Kevin Featherstone (Contributor Webpage)

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/019829638X.003.0007

Particular attention is paid to the legacies of Adenauer (on primacy to European unification) and Erhard (on the social market economy) and the problems of reconciling these two aspects of post‐war German tradition. The Ordo‐liberal concept of stability culture is identified as centrally important. The German negotiating style is characterized as rule‐based. Kohl is set in the context of German tradition.

Keywords:   Konrad Adenauer, Ludwig Erhard, European unification, Germany, Helmut Kohl, negotiation, ordo‐liberalism, social market, stability culture

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