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Dealing with Consequnces of the Great Depression in Weimar Republic and in the Third Reich


TAUCHEN Jaromí­r

Year of publication 2009
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference COFOLA 2009: Key Points and Ideas
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

Field Law sciences
Keywords The Great Depression financial crisis Germany the Third Reich the Weimar Republic regulations over financial markets
Description This article deals with the recently economic downturn. Economic downturn aects through all social classes, however, the main impact of this economic downturn is on low social classes. Economic downturn is often marked as economic crisis. This economic crisis starts with decreasing number of orders which is caused rational (natural) or irrational reasons (human made). Human made like proactive regulations, protection some interests, state bank policy or unexpected consumers behaviors are the most often reason for economic downturn.

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