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Employment industry and occupational continuity in Germany: from the Nazi regime to the post-war economic miracle

Patrick Puhani

Applied Economics Letters, 2015, vol. 22, issue 8, 603-612

Abstract: Using retrospective survey data that cover 1939, 1950, 1960 and 1971, I compare individual-level changes in employment industry and occupational status in Germany from the beginning of World War II to the post-war reconstruction era dubbed the Economic Miracle ( Wirtschaftswunder ). This comparison reveals that, with only a few exceptions, labour allocation developments remained relatively stable even in the face of huge political and macroeconomic change.

Date: 2015
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