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Global Austria

Günter Bischof
Fritz Plasser

Table des matières

Günter Bischof


The Twentieth Anniversary Issue


Anton Pelinka


Andreas Exenberger

Globalization and Austria: Past and Present

Measuring Globalization?
A More Detailed View into the Globalization Discourse
What is Globalization Today and What was it in the Course of the Twentieth Century?
Austria’s and Austrians’Role in Globalization
Conclusion: How Global is Austria?

Topical essays

I. Austria and the World

Steven Beller

Fin de fin-de-siècle Vienna?

A Letter of Remembrance

Tim Kirk

Ideology and Politics in the State that Nobody Wanted: Austro-Marxism, Austrofascism, and the First Austrian Republic

The Origins of Austro-Marxism
Austro-Marxism and the Austrian Revolution
Counter-Revolution and Fascism
Austrian Ideologies and the Wider World
Hansjoerg Klausinger

The Austrian School of Economics and its Global Impact

Being an Austrian Economist
The Controversies of the 1930s
The Postwar Mainstream and the Austrian Critique
The Austrian Heritage and the Neoliberal Agenda
Concluding Observations
Andreas Resch et Dieter Stiefel

Vienna: The Eventful History of a Financial Center

The last Decades of the Habsburg Empire
The Decline in the Interwar Years
“Anschluss,” National Socialism and World War II
The Reconstruction Period after 1945
Development since the 1950s: Nationalbank and Stock Exchange
Banks and Financial Institutions
Privatizations and Mergers
Eric Frey

Konferenzplatz Wien: Vienna as an International Conference Site

The Birth of an International Role
The Road to a United Nations Headquarters
The Controversy of the Conference Center
The End of the Mediator Role
A Different Kind of Success Story
Alexander Smith

OMV: A Case Study of an Austrian Global Player

The Internationalization of a National Oil Producer
Expansion into East Central Europe
Towards a Leading Position in Central, Eastern, and South-Eastern Europe
OMV’s and Austria’s Role in European Energy Security
OMV under Criticism
Concluding Remarks

II. The World and Austria

Rainer Münz

Austria and its Migrants

Habsburg Monarchy, Interwar Period, and World War II
Migration and Mobility Pattern since 1945
Four Successive Waves of Migration
Naturalization since 1945
Recent Migration Flows
Austria’s Migrant Population
Conclusions and Outlook
Emil Brix

Austria and Central Europe

History of the Notion “Mitteleuropa
The Cultural Debates of the 1980s
Changes of Cultural Contents or Perceptions?
Issues and Interests: Central Europe after 2000
Fritz Plasser et Gilg Seeber

The Europeanization of Austrian Political Culture: Austrian Exceptionalism Revisited

1. Political Involvement—Revisited
2. Political Trust—Revisited
3. Support for Democracy
4. Euroskepticism in Austria
Sonja Puntscher Riekmann

Austria’s Dismal EU Membership: From Enthusiasm to Ambivalence

Austria’s Struggle for EU Membership
Enthusiasm and Disappointment
Treaty Ratification in the Light of Negative Referenda in France, the Netherlands, and Ireland

Forum: The Globalization of Austrian Studies

Günter Bischof


Julie Thorpe

Austrian Studies in Australia

Questionnaire: “The Globalization of Austrian Studies”

Jacques Le Rider

Austrian Studies in France

Atsushi Otsuru

The State of Austrian/Habsburg Historical Studies in Japan

The Foundation of Studies of Western History in Japan: An Absence of Austria
Japanese Historiography after World War II: The Introduction of Austrian History to Japan
Scholarly Works Published in Recent Years
Japanese Habsburg and Austrian Studies in the Future

Annual review

Reinhold Gärtner

Austria 2010

Presidential Elections
Elections in Burgenland, Styria, and Vienna
A-Tec Insolvency
Johanna Dohnal (1939-2010)
Christoph Waltz and Michael Haneke
Economic and Statistical Data
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