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Transnationale Wirtschaftskulturen in Europa. Empirische Befunde

Hoelscher, Michael

English Title: Transnational Cultures in Europe. Empirical Evidence

In: Abelshauser, Werner and Gilgen, David A. and Leutzsch, Andreas (Hrsgg.): Kulturen der Weltwirtschaft. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen 2010, pp. 182-201 (Geschichte und Gesellschaft, Sonderheft ; 24)

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Translation of abstract (English)

The underlying argument of the paper is that EU economic integration is easier when economic order and economic culture in the member states are congruent. First, main dimensions of the EU’s economic order (“script”) are extracted from its treaties. Second, citizens’ values toward these dimensions are operationalized using the EVS. The extent to which countries support this EU script is assessed. Both a cluster analysis and a discriminant analysis yield the same result of three distinct economic cultures: a Scandinavian cluster especially supporting the ideas of free markets and showing a great deal of trust; an Eastern European cluster, characterized by high achievement motivation; and a Western and Southern European cluster with medium values on both dimensions.

Item Type: Book Section
Editors: Abelshauser, Werner and Gilgen, David A. and Leutzsch, Andreas
Title of Book: Kulturen der Weltwirtschaft
Series Name: Geschichte und Gesellschaft, Sonderheft
Volume: 24
Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
Place of Publication: Göttingen
Date Deposited: 17. Sep 2012 08:09
Date: 2010
Page Range: pp. 182-201
Faculties / Institutes: The Faculty of Economics and Social Studies > Institute of Sociology
Subjects: 300 Social sciences
Controlled Keywords: Wirtschaftsethik, Wirtschaftssoziologie, Europa, Internationaler Vergleich
Uncontrolled Keywords: European Values Study , WirtschaftskulturEconomic Culture
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