The Social Market Economy
Social Market Economy - what does it really mean? Prof. Dr. Siegfried Franke and David Gregosz shed light on the key principles of the often mentioned social and economic model, that lies at the heart of Germany's stability and prosperity.
International conference in Bangkok
On 20/21 January 2014, the KAS Social and Economic Governance Programme Asia (SOPAS) will host an international conference in Bangkok. Please have a look at our draft agenda.
Event photos online
On our event page we have now uploaded a photo selection as well as a link to our picture gallery.
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) is a political foundation in the Federal Republic of Germany. Its activities and projects support a proactive approach towards international cooperation and understanding. This website serves to give an overview of the foundation’s activities in Japan.
|Jan. 20 - 21
Implications for Economic Sustainability in Asia
What does it really mean?
The Social Market Economy is a proven economic and social model that not only provided Germany with its economic miracle after the Second World War, but that also brought the country many years of stability and prosperity. But [...]
Lessons from Europe's Debt Crisis: Governmental Union, Fiscal Union and European Civil Religion
The debt crisis has held sway over European politics for almost four years. These turbulent times have seen numerous new agreements at the European level as well as rescue packages for individual countries of the Eurozone. In [...]
on the road to renewables
In Germany the switch to renewables is decided. The objective of German energy policy is thus clear; but the road to renewables is a long and bumpy one. In Hamburg eleven young journalists met people from all strands of society, [...]
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