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One result of this study is already clear: the search for the reasons for the durability of the German production regime in the previous one hundred years must begin in the late nineteenth century. The institutions that determined the "German path" in the twentieth century and that continue to inform institutional and, in particular, organizational change were shaped under the empire. The course staked out becomes even clearer when compared to the developmental lines of neighboring national economies, whose economic patterns of organization were formed against a different cultural background. Great Britain and the United States are of special interest in this respect. The British economy did not follow Germany's postindustrial transition in the late nineteenth century, whereas the American production regime initially had parallels with the German model but then increasingly diverged from it after 1900. 1. Many Roads Lead to Rome One result of this study is already clear: the search for the reasons for the durability of the German production regime in the previous one hundred years must begin in the late nineteenth century. The institutio
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