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Unification and the Policy Predicament in Germany
by Hallet, Andrew Hughes, Yue Ma and Jacques Mélitz
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 1 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1995).

Wage Eastern Germany and the Conflict between Adjustment, Investment and Employment: A Numerical Analysis
by Thimann, Christian and Michael H. Breitner
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 2 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1995).

Inflation and Monetary Targeting in Germany
by Hagen, Jürgen von
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 3 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1995).

Joining the Club: Options for Integrating Central Europe and Eastern European Countries
by Koop, Michael
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 4 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1995).

Integrating the East: The Labor Market Effects of Immigration
by Bauer, Thomas and Klaus Zimmermann
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 5 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1995).

Impact of Increased Division of Labor with Eastern Europe on German Trade
by Schumacher, Dieter
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 6 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1995).

Investment and its Financing During the Transition in Central and Eastern Europe
by Black, Stanley and Mathias Moersch
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 7 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1995).

An Economic Assessment of the Integration of Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Poland into the European Union
by Brown, Drusilla, Alan Deardorff, Simeon Djan and Robert Stern
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 8 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1995).

Privatization, Structural Change and Productivity: Towards Convergence in Europe
by Welfens, Paul
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 9 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1995).

Potential Trade with Core and Periphery: Industry Differences in Trade Patterns
by Vittas, Hari and Paolo Mauro
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 10 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1995).

Regional Development, Capital Flows and Trade Policies in an Aging Europe
by Börsch-Supan, Axel
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 11 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1995).

The Evolution and New Research Agenda of Postwar German History
By Prowe, Diethelm
Working Papers of the Volkswagen Foundation in Postwar German History 1 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS and the German Historical Institute, December 1995).

Political Science Research in Postwar German History: New Perspectives
By Schoonmaker, Don
Working Papers of the Volkswagen Foundation in Postwar German History 2 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS and the German Historical Institute, December 1995).

U.S. Democratization Plans, Gender Politics and the Revival of German Self-Government in Postwar Germany
By Boehling, Rebecca
Working Papers of the Volkswagen Foundation in Postwar German History 3 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS and the German Historical Institute, December 1995).

German Reunification as Self-Inflicted Americanization: Critical Views on the Course of Contemporary German Development
By Ermarth, Michael
Working Papers of the Volkswagen Foundation in Postwar German History 4 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS and the German Historical Institute, December 1995).

A Jewish Truce with Germany?  The Resurrection of Jewish Life among the Postwar Germans
By Stern, Frank
Working Papers of the Volkswagen Foundation in Postwar German History 5 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS and the German Historical Institute, December 1995).

Has Antisemitism Continued in East Germany after World War II?
By Timm, Angelika
Working Papers of the Volkswagen Foundation in Postwar German History 6 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS and the German Historical Institute, December 1995).

Third-Generation Jews and Germans: History, Memory and Memorialization
By Krondorfer, Björn
Working Papers of the Volkswagen Foundation in Postwar German History 7 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS and the German Historical Institute, December 1995).

A Constructed Peace?  The United States, the NATO Allies, and the Making of the European Settlement, 1949-1963
By Trachtenberg, Marc
Working Papers of the Volkswagen Foundation in Postwar German History 9 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS and the German Historical Institute, December 1995).

The Credit Channel of Monetary Policy – The Case of Germany
By Guender, Alfred and Mathias Moersch
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 12 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1996).

The Management of Financial Risks at German Nonfinancial Firms: The Case of Metalgesellschaft
By Frankel, Allen and David Palmer
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 18 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1996).

Convergence of Financial Systems and Regulatory Policy Challenges in Europe and in the United States
By Dziobek, Claudia and John Garrett
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 19 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1996).

Universal Banks vs. Specialized Banks
By Steinherr, Alfred
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 20 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1996).

Is a 2-Speed System in Europe the Answer to the Conflict Between the German and the Anglo-Saxon Models of Monetary Control?
By Demertzis, Maria, Andrew Hughes Hallett, and Ole Rummel
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 22 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1996).

Towards Universal Banking – Risks and Benefits for Transition Economies
By Buch, Claudia
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 24 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1996).

The Changing Role of Banks and Corporate Governance in Germany: Evolution towards the Market?
By Schrader, Alexander and Ulrich Schroeder
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 13 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1997).

The German System of Corporate Governance – A Model Which Should Not Be Imitated
By Kaserer, Christoph and Ekkehard Wenger
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 14 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1997).

Is a Supervisory Board Valuable? The French Evidence
By Shyy, Gang and Vasumathi Vijayraghavan
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 15 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1997).

How is Investment Financed? A Study of Germany, Japan, UK and the US
By Corbett, Jenny and Tim Jenkinson
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 16 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1997).

Investment, Liquidity Constraints, and Bank Relationships: Evidence from German Manufacturing Firms
By Elston, Julie Ann
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 17 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1997).

Financial Structure, Investment, and Growth in OECD Countries
By Black, Stanley and Mathias Moersch
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 21 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1997).

Monetary Integration Between Economies with Different Financial Structures
By Collignon, Stefan
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 23 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1997).

Financial Integration in North America and Europe
By Höfer, Birgit and George M. von Furstenberg
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 25 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1997).

The World Bank’s Three-Pillar System: Will It Provide Income Security to the World’s Aging Population?
By James, Estelle
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 26 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1997).

On the Economic Benefits and Fiscal Requirements of Moving from Unfunded to Funded Pensions
By Holzmann, Robert
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 27 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1997).

Finance, Control, and Profitability: An Evaluation of German Bank Influence
By Chirinko, Robert
Economic Studies Working Paper Series 28 (Washington, D.C.: AICGS 1997).

Redefining German Security? Insights from United States, European Union, and German Assistance to the Russian Federation 1991-2000
By Esther Brimmer
AICGS/DAAD Working Paper (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2001).

Toward a Transatlantic History of the Museum Visit
By Keith Allen
AICGS/Bosch/German-American Dialogue Working Paper Series (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2001).

The Ties that Bind: Allied Commitments and NATO Before and after September 11
By Christian Tuschhoff
AICGS/DAAD Working Paper (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2002).

EU Enlargement and the ACQUIS Communautaire: The Consequences for Transatlantic Relations
By Michael Baun
AICGS/DAAD Working Paper  (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2002).

Policymaking for Ecological Sustainability in Federal States: The Examples of the German Bundesländer and the U.S. States
By Kirsten Jörgensen
AICGS/DAAD Working Paper  (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2002).

How important is the venture capital industry? As assessment based on a comparison of the U.S. and the German financial systems
By Dorothea Schäfer
AICGS/DAAD Working Paper  (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2002).

Sexual Harassment and Transnational Relations: “Why those concerned with German-American Relations Should Care.”
By Kathrina Zippel
AICGS/DAAD Working Paper  (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2002).

Central Bank Decisions: How does one Good Head Compare with a Rule?
By Ellen Meade
AICGS/DAAD Working Paper  (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2002).

Alexander Dorner (1893-1957): A German Art Historian in the United States
By Ines Katenhusen
AICGS/DAAD Working Paper  (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2002).

Sonderbare Sonderwege: Germany and 9/11
By Peter J. Katzenstein
AICGS/German-American Dialogue Working Paper Series (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2002).

A Transatlantic Approach to the Middle East Conflict: Do We Have Enough in Common?
By Greg Caplan
AICGS/DAAD Working Paper  (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2003).

Transatlantic Relations as a Catalyst to European Integration: The Activism of the European Commission in the Case of International Aviation
By Cornelia Woll
AICGS/DAAD Working Paper (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2003).

Reinventing Transatlantic Relations
By Eberhard Sandschneider
AICGS/DAAD Working Paper  (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2003).

A “Single European Voice” in International Standardization?  American Perceptions, European Realities
By Jan Martin Witte
AICGS/DAAD Working Paper  (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2003).

Restoring the Checks and Balances: A Panacea for the Transatlantic Relations?    
By Thorsten Schulz
AICGS/DAAD Working Paper  (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2003).

Germany’s Social Market Economy: How Sustainable is the Welfare State?
By Horst Siebert
Thyssen German-American Dialogue Working Paper (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2003).

Beyond Iraq: Challenges to the Transatlantic Security Community
By Thomas Risse
Thyssen German-American Dialogue Working Paper (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2003).

Germany and the Future of the EU: Vision, Vocation and Mission
By Wolfgang Wessels
Thyssen German-American Dialogue Working Paper (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2003).

Muslim Europe and the Transatlantic Divide
By Zachary Shore
AICGS Working Paper Series   (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2004).

Turkey and the European Union
By Heinz Kramer, F. Stephen Larrabee, and Soli Özel
AICGS Working Paper Series   (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2004).

Föderalismusreform in Deutschland: 10 Fragen zum Deutschen Föderalismus
By Dr. Mathais Neukirchen
AICGS Working Paper Series   (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2006).

Conference Report: German and American Policies Toward Russia: Transatlantic and Global Dimensions
By Angela Stent
AICGS Working Paper Series   (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2007).

Europe’s Comeback: More Than a Dead Cat Bounce?
By Olaf Gersemann
AICGS Working Paper Series   (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2007).

German Media Reactions to the Lebanon War and the Public Debate: A Critical Assessment
By Clemens Wergin
AICGS Working Paper Series   (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2007).

The US-German-Russian Triangle: German-Russian Relations and the Impact on the Transatlantic Agenda
By Hannes Adomeit, Clifford Gaddy, Jörg Himmelreich, Catherine Kelleher, Irina Kobrinskaya, Vladimir Milov
AICGS Working Paper Series (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2007).

The Culture Factor: German-American Media Reporting on Religion and Immigration
By Geneive Abdo, Katrin Bennhold, Joe Fitchett, Malte Lehming, Mark Rozell, Peter Skerry
AICGS Working Paper Series   (Washington, D.C.: AICGS, 2007).