Table of contents for After the fall of the wall : life courses in the transformation of East Germany / edited by Martin Diewald, Anne Goedicke, and Karl Ulrich Mayer.

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@toc4:Contributors	xxx
List of Figures and Tables	xxx
Preface	xxx
@toc2:chapter one
After the Fall of the Wall. Living Through the Post-Socialist 
Transformation in East Germany	xxx
@tocca:Karl Ulrich Mayer
@toc2:chapter two
Society of Departure: The German Democratic Republic	xxx
@tocca:Karl Ulrich Mayer
@toc2:chapter three
A "Ready-Made State": The Mode of Institutional Transition in 
East Germany After 1989	xxx
@tocca:Anne Goedicke
@toc2:chapter four
Old Assets--New Liabilities? How Did Individual Characteristics 
Contribute to Labor Market Success or Failure After 1989	xxx
@tocca:Martin Diewald, Heike Solga, Anne Goedicke
@toc2:chapter five
Firms and Fortune. The Consequences of Privatization and 
Reorganization	xxx
@tocca:Anne Goedicke
@toc2:chapter six
Lost in Transformation? Disparities of Gender and Age	xxx
@tocca:Heike Trappe
@toc2:chapter seven
The Rise of Meritocracy? Class Mobility in East Germany Before 
and After 1989	xxx
@tocca:Heike Solga
@toc2:chapter eight
Family Formation in Times of Abrupt Social and Economic Change
	xxx
@tocca:Johannes Huinink, Michaela Kreyenfeld
@toc2:chapter nine
Community Lost or Freedom Gained? Changes of Social Networks 
After 1989	xxx
@tocca:Martin Diewald, Jörg Lüdicke
@toc2:chapter ten
Spirals of Success and Failure? The Interplay of Control Beliefs 
and Working Lives in the Transition from Planned to Market 
Economy	xxx
@tocca:Martin Diewald
@toc2:chapter eleven
Comparing Paths of Transition. Employment Opportunities and 
Earnings in East Germany and Poland During the First Ten Years 
of the Transformation Process	xxx
@tocca:Martin Diewald, Bogdan Mach
@toc2:chapter twelve
The Quest for a Double Transformation. Trends of Flexibilization 
in the Labor Markets of East and West Germany	xxx
@tocca:Martin Diewald
@toc2:chapter thirteen
Unusual Turbulences--Unexpected Continuities. Transformation 
Life Courses in Retrospective	xxx
@tocca:Karl Ulrich Mayer, Martin Diewald, Anne Goedicke
@toc4:Appendix: The East German Life History Study	xxx
Notes	xxx
References	xxx
Index	xxx

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Germany (East) -- Social conditions.
Germany (East) -- Economic conditions.
Germany -- History -- Unification, 1990.