Margaret Thatchers Wirtschaftspolitik: Großbritanniens Wirtschaftspolitik 1979 University Assignment

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Inhaltsverzeichnis
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Inhaltsverzeichnis
Inhaltsverzeichnis .......................................................................................... I
Abbildungsverzeichnis ................................................................................. II
1. Einleitung – Aufstieg und beruflicher Werdegang von
Margaret Thatcher ............................................................................... 1
2. Wirtschaftliche Situation in Großbritannien vor 1979 ..................... 4
3. Wirtschaftspolitische Maßnahmen nach Margaret Thatcher .......... 4
3.1 Grundlagen und Ziele des Thatcherismus ............................................ 5
3.2 Geld- und Finanzpolitische Maßnahmen .............................................. 6
3.3 Gewerkschaftspolitische Maßnahmen .................................................. 8
3.4 Maßnahmen der Privatisierungs- und Deregulierungspolitik ................ 9
4. Margaret Thatchers Einfluss in die heutige Zeit ............................ 10
5. Fazit .................................................................................................... 11
Literaturverzeichnis ................................................................................... XII
Abbildungsverzeichnis
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Abbildungsverzeichnis
Abb. 1: Soll- und Istaufnahme mittelfristige Finanzstrategie ........................... 7
1. Einleitung – Aufstieg und beruflicher Werdegang von Margaret Thatcher
1
1. Einleitung – Aufstieg und beruflicher Werdegang
von Margaret Thatcher
Margaret Thatcher übernimmt 1979 als erste weibliche Premierministerin die
Macht über Großbritannien. Ihre Politik veränderte Großbritannien wie kein
anderer Politiker das Land bis zur heutigen Zeit. Diese wissenschaftliche
Ausarbeitung befasst sich mit der Person Margaret Thatcher, der wirtschaftli-
chen Lage Großbritanniens vor 1979 und ihre Maßnahmen während ihrer
Amtszeit. Abschließend werden ihre Einflüsse, die bis zur heutigen Zeit nach-
reichen evaluiert.
Ihr Aufstieg als die mächtigste Position Großbritanniens war nicht immer ein-
deutig. Als Tochter eines selbstständigen Lebensmittelhändlers aus der Mit-
telklasse hat Margaret Thatcher gebürtig Roberts mit Ihrer großen Schwester
und Mutter während ihrer Jugend viel Zeit im eigenen Laden verbracht.
Nachdem sie eine Mädchenschule und anschließend Volkshochschule mit
exzellenten Noten besucht hat, studierte Margaret Thatcher durch ein Sti-
pendium Chemie in Oxford. Dort wurde sie auch als Vorsitzende der konser-
vativen Partei Oxford University gewählt und beginnt ihre Begeisterung für
Politik zu entdecken. Als gelernte Chemikerin arbeitete sie mehrere Jahre in
der Industrie und war auch bei der Erfindung des Softeises beteiligt. Hierzu
zog Sie nach Essex zu einem großen Chemieunternehmen, wo sie auch für
die konservative Ortspartei interessiert (Reithan, 2003)
Ihre politische Karriere wählt Margaret Thatcher als sie sich für die Unter-
hauswahlen als lokale Kandidatin durch die Empfehlung des...

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