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Jasper Kunstreich - Bankruptcy Laws as Standortpolitik – The Case of Hamburg 1850 to 1870
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Bankruptcy Laws as Standortpolitik – The Case of Hamburg 1850 to 1870
Standortpolitik is one of those typically German compound nouns. The notion captures the practices and strategies by which governments try to attract business to their political jurisdiction. Calls for a more efficient Standortpolitik frequently occur in the press whenever companies announce the relocation of their production sites to a country with cheaper labour costs and lower tax rates.
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