The German Model

In this Handelsblatt report, Peter Ross Range takes an in-depth look at the so called “German Model” of economic and political success. Why, amidst all of the negative issues currently surrounding European nations – and for that matter much of the world – does Germany seem to be doing so well?  By speaking to a number of individuals that help devise and run these seemingly successful policies in Germany, Mr. Ross Range hopes to find out what they are doing right, and what America may be able to learn from these experiences to address its own internal issues.

The German Model by Peter Ross Range, originally published for Handelsblatt

Peter Ross Range is a journalist who writes frequently on Germany and German affairs. He also coauthored a New York Times Op-Ed with AGI President Jack Janes entitled Can Joachim Gauck Make Germany Likable?

Further reading on the topic of the “German Model”:

Has Germany Been successful Running a High-Wage Manufacturing Sector?, by Stephen Silvia


The views expressed are those of the author(s) alone. They do not necessarily reflect the views of the American-German Institute.