- Title Pages
- Tables and Figures
- Chapter One After the Fall of the Wall: Living Through the Post-Socialist Transformation in East Germany
- Chapter Two Society of Departure: The German Democratic Republic
- Chapter Three A “ready-made State”<sup>1</sup> :The Mode of Institutional Transition in East Germany After 1989
- Chapter Four Old Assets, New Liabilities? How Did Individual Characteristics Contribute to Labor Market Success or Failure After 1989?
- Chapter Five Firms and Fortune: The Consequences of Privatization and Reorganization
- Chapter Six Lost in Transformation? Disparities of Gender and Age
- Chapter Seven The Rise of Meritocracy? Class Mobility in East Germany Before and After 1989
- Chapter Eight Family Formation in Times of Abrupt Social and Economic Change
- Chapter Nine Community Lost Or Freedom Gained? Changes of Social Networks After 1989
- Chapter Ten Spirals of Success and Failure? the Interplay of Control Beliefs and Working Lives in the Transition from Planned to Market Economy
- Chapter Eleven Comparing Paths of Transition
- Chapter Twelve The Quest for a Double Transformation
- Chapter Thirteen Unusual Turbulences—Unexpected Continuities
- Studies in Social Inequality
- After the Fall of the Wall
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