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Ordoliberalism in Housing Markets: an overview

The impact of Ordoliberalism on Housing Policy: A basic Ordoliberal principle is that a market should have a wide variety of different types of provider with anti-monopoly laws preventing the emergence of oligopoly and cartels, just the sort of situation … Continue reading

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First published in jimsresearchnotes 24 Oct 2011: – updated here on 18 June 2014. Ordoliberalism in Germany, Austria and Switzerland: Ordoliberalism gave birth to the Third Way, a comprehensive alternative to the 1800s ideology of laissez-faire that, after the end of the … Continue reading

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