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Comparative analysis of socio-economic models of developed countries by examples of Germany and Spain
In the comparative studies a not long ago emerged “varieties of capitalism” approach has given the new impetus to the analysis of socio-economic models of developed capitalist economies. In this paper the attempt is undertaken to compare the models of Spain and Germany in the institutional and sociocultural framework, in order to reveal the comparative institutional advantages and prove the idea of complementarity of economic actors often considered as the opposite to each other. The findings have significance for a more successful convergence of countries within the European Union.