Werner Abelshauser

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  • The Dynamics of German Industry. Germany’s Path toward the New Economy and the American Challenge, Berghahn Books, New York, Oxford 2005, ISBN   1-84545-072-8, Jap. edition: Keizaibunka no tousou, 3rd, enlarged edition of the German original, University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo 2009, ISBN   978-4-13-040246-0.
  • Deutsche Wirtschaftsgeschichte seit 1945. C. H. Beck Verlag, Munich 2004, ISBN   3-406-51094-9. Jap. edition: Gendai Doitsu Keizairon, Asashi Shuppansha, Tokyo 1994, ISBN   4-255-94003-7.
  • Wirtschaft in Westdeutschland 1945–1948. Rekonstruktion und Wachstumsbedingungen in der amerikanischen und britischen Zone, Diss., Universität Bochum, Abteilung für Geschichtswissenschaft; also: DVA, Stuttgart 1975, ISBN   3-421-01714-X
  • Wirtschaft und Rüstung in den Fünfziger Jahren. (Anfänge westdeutscher Sicherheitspolitik 1945–1956), Bd. 4/1, ed. by Militärgeschichtliches Forschungsamt, Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich 1997. Reprint 2001, ISBN   3-486-50882-2.
  • Rüstungsschmiede der Nation? Der Kruppkonzern im Dritten Reich und in der Nachkriegszeit 1933–1951.(= Part III of L. Gall (ed.), Krupp im 20. Jahrhundert. Die Geschichte des Unternehmens vom Ersten Weltkrieg bis zur Gründung der Stiftung), Siedler Verlag, Berlin 2002, ISBN   3-88680-742-8.
  • Des Kaisers neue Kleider? Wandlungen der sozialen Marktwirtschaft (=Roman Herzog Institut, Position 7), München 2009, ISBN   978-3-941036-06-2.
  • Ruhrkohle und Politik: Ernst Brandi 1875–1937. Eine Biographie [Ruhr Coal and Politics: Ernst Brandi 1875–1937 — A Biography] (in German). Klartext, Essen 2009. ISBN   978-3-8375-0203-9.
  • Nach dem Wirtschaftswunder. Der Gewerkschafter, Politiker und Unternehmer Hans Matthoefer, Dietz Verlag, Bonn 2009, ISBN   978-3-8012-4171-1.
  • Kulturen der Weltwirtschaft (= Geschichte und Gesellschaft, Sonderheft 24), Göttingen 2012 (with David A. Gilgen and Andreas Leutzsch), ISBN   978-3-525-36424-6
  • Werner Abelshauser
    Born (1944-11-24) November 24, 1944 (age 77)
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