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@ Brookings Podcast: Why German Labor Policies Fare Better than America's

German workers have weathered the global financial crisis better than their counterparts in the U.S., with much lower unemployment and a stronger economy. Despite being called “the sick man of Europe” in the 1980s, Germany's long-term labor policies and investments in skilled workers have paid off in recent years, says expert Elisabeth Jacobs.

Why German Labor Policies are Better than America's

SERIES: @ Brookings Video Podcast | Number 148