The German Economy: Europe’s Faltering Giant
By John Mueller
This article appeared in the Fall 2007 issue of The Independent Review


In The German Economy beyond the Social Market (2005), Horst Siebert traces Germany’s recent economic malaise to rising taxes, the social-security system, and protective labor laws. If its current, export-driven revival is short-lived, Germany’s structural problems will re-emerge even more fiercely.

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