proudly label their economy a "soziale Marktwirtschaft or " social market economy to show that the system as it has developed after World War II has both a material and a socialor humandimension. Farms employed only.4 million people. The Development of the Economies of Continental Europe: (1977) pp 1770 Milward, Alan. The postWorld War II economic expansion, also known as the postwar economic boom, the long boom, and the, golden Age of Capitalism, was a period of strong economic growth beginning after, world War II and ending with the 197375 recession. Coupled with technological innovations such as the invention of air conditioning, the migration spurred the development of "Sun Belt" cities such as Houston, Atlanta, Miami, and Phoenix in the southern and southwestern states. Productivity edit See also: Agricultural productivity High productivity growth from before the war continued after the war and until the early 1970s.
Those who took over post -war Germany. In academic literature, the period is frequently referred to as the post World War.
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Urbanization was fast, and housing shortage in germany and the Cold War urban areas was imminent until the Million Programme was launched in the 1960s. New Haven, London: Yale University Press. 19 Regions edit The north German states were for the most part richer in natural resources than the southern states. Short History of the British Industrial Revolution. Pollard, Sidney and Colin Holmes, eds. This rapid and sustained growth was due to the ambitions of several quantify Italian businesspeople, the opening of new industries (helped by the discovery of hydrocarbons, made for iron and steel, in the Po valley re-construction and the modernisation of most Italian cities, such. Wealth redistribution edit Historical federal marginal tax rates for income for the lowest and highest income earners in the US 16 Real income in the United States by percentile, normalized to 2007 costs. As German farm employment declined sharply after 1950 thanks to mechanization, catching-up occurred in services. He was given his chance by United States officials, who found him working in Nuremberg and who saw that many of his ideas coincided with their own. Allied war bonds matured during the post-war years, transferring cash from governments to private households. However, lack of capital investment meant that Belgium's heavy industry was ill-equipped to compete with other European industries in the 1950s. The towns were ruled by patricians (merchants carrying on long-distance trade).