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By Daniel D. Eckert

Die Explosion der Schulden im Westen und der Aufstieg Chinas im Osten schaffen eine hochbrisante Konstellation: Schleichend verliert der buck seinen prestige als Leitwährung. Der Euro kämpft, von Interessenkonflikten zerrieben, ums nackte Überleben. Zugleich setzt Peking seine "Volkswährung" Yuan als Waffe ein, um zur alles beherrschenden ökonomischen Supermacht aufzusteigen. Von Finanzkrise und Rezession verunsichert, erinnern sich die Sparer an die traditionelle Währung Gold, und auch viele Notenbanken stocken ihre Edelmetallbestände systematisch auf. Doch echte Sicherheit ist schwer zu finden: Längst manipulieren die Regierungen die Märkte in nie gekanntem Ausmaß. Um das Geld der Welt tobt ein Kampf der Giganten. Das Ringen um die wirtschaftliche Hegemonie im 21. Jahrhundert wird mit Währungen ausgetragen. Unser Geld befindet sich im Zangengriff von Politik und Interessensgruppen - zum Schaden von uns Bürgern. Jeder sollte vorbereitet sein und sich vor dem finanziellen Fallout schützen. Seit der 1. Auflage von Weltkrieg der Währungen im Herbst 2012 überschlagen sich die Ereignisse. Die Staatspleite Griechenlands, das Polit-Gezerre um den Euro, der Rangverlust Amerikas, das Stottern des chinesischen Wachstumsmotors - all das fließt in diese umfänglich aktualisierte und überarbeitete Neuauflage des Finanzklassikers ein. Daniel D. Eckert verbindet based und kenntnisreich die Fäden, die zum Verständnis der Weltwirtschaft im 21. Jahrhundert erforderlich sind. Und er scheut sich nicht, die wahren Ursachen und Schuldigen zu benennen.

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However, another is also to be found in the power bases of 15 16 Carsten Herbes business partners, such as the suppliers holding shares in their customers’ companies. Still a third is the expectation in the Japanese context, for example, that companies will not simply lay off regular employees. These restrictions on managers’ leeway for action – coming from the institutional context – lend themselves to description within an institutionalist framework proceeding from the following premises: In order to be successful, companies must create a certain degree of conformity with the institutional environment in which they are integrated.

366, 393–403; Sako, 2004, p. 292). They also radically reduced the number of suppliers with whom they contracted (Saint-Seine, 2005, p. 36). Discussion and outlook It became apparent that, while management of Japanese companies did perform large-scale contractive measures such as staff reductions, they developed their own patterns of doing so. Thus, many of the measures in the Restructuring of Japanese Enterprises 33 human resources area were targeted at protecting a reduced core workforce (and in turn, at developing expanding ranks of peripheral employees, who serve as ‘flexibility cushions’).

The rising number of non-regular employees mentioned above) and supplier relationships were loosened, and there was a shift in terms of equity ownership to more profit-oriented groups of owners (see above). Thus, the very institutions that posed limitations to the restructuring programs of Japanese companies were changed by these programs, so that the next wave of restructuring will face quite a different institutional environment. What will restructuring programs in the current crisis look like?

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