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Protestantische Wirtschaftsethik und Soziale Marktwirtschaft

Verbindungslinien und Zusammenhänge zwischen 1937 und 1954

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Using the “Evangelisches Soziallexikon” and its editor Friedrich Karrenberg as an example, this study shows that based on the anthropology influenced by the Reformation the concept of the social market economy developed when economic liberalism en countered civil social reform. Reinhold Niebuhr's “Christian realism” had a wide in fluence on Protestant economists such as Friedrich Karrenberg, Constantin von Dietze or Alfred Müller-Armack. Against this backdrop, the concept of the social market economy of the 1950s must be understood more precisely as sociological liberalism.
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Language: German

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2012-06-01

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