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Categories: Ordoliberalism, Economy of Germany, Economy of West Germany, Liberalism, Freiburg School
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Rhine capitalism  social market economy  Rhenish capitalism  Rhenish model  Rhineland model
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The social market economy, also called Rhine capitalism, Rhine-Alpine capitalism, the Rhenish model, and social capitalism, is a socioeconomic model combining a free-market capitalist economic system alongside social policies and enough regulation to establish both fair competition within the market and generally a welfare state. Wikipedia
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The social market economy, also called Rhine capitalism, Rhine-Alpine capitalism, the Rhenish model, and social capitalism, is a socioeconomic model combining a free-market capitalist economic system alongside social policies and enough regulation to establish both fair competition within the market and generally a welfare state. Wikipedia
A free-market European economic model used in Western Germany and northern Europe after World War II. Wikipedia Disambiguation
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