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    Ordo-Liberalism, clipped to Ordolib, is an economically center-right, statist, and culturally variable (but never beyond center-right) ideology which is the son of Lib.png Liberalism and Soccap.png Social Capitalism. It can be defined as in-between the laissez-faire Capitalist Clib.png Classical Liberalism and Liberalism Lib.png.

    History

    Foundation

    Ordoliberalism arose in 1930's Cball-Germany.png Germany as a rejection of Clib.png laissez-faire economics, Regulationism.png excessive interventionism and most of all, ML.png Nazi.png central planning, which Walter Eucken, who was additionally a very early critic of the Nazi regime, fiercely criticized. It served as a foundation of much of the post-war German economic system and is usually credited with the post-war economic miracle. It believes that the role in the economy of the state is to assure that free markets give the theoretical results they are supposed to give; that the role of the state is to make sure markets are not monopolized or cartelized since that's what is in the way of markets stagnating.

    Ordoliberals promoted the concept of the social market economy, and this concept promotes a strong role for the state with respect to the market, which is in many ways different from the ideas of Neoliberal-icon.png Neoliberalism. Oddly the term "Neoliberalism" was first coined in 1938 by Alexander Rüstow, who is regarded an Ordoliberal today. This is because at the start of the 20th century any kind of political Liberalism was seen badly, so when Ordoliberalism started becoming more popular it was regarded as Neoliberalism or New Liberalism.

    Hayek.png Relationship with Hayek

    According to some economists, Friedrich August von Hayek played a fundamental role in the development of ordoliberalism, whereas some claim that he was an integral part of the movement itself. This claim could be made in respect to the close relationship between Hayek and the Freiburg School as well as both of their support for competition and free markets, along with the existence of basic government-provided services.

    However, there also existed a large fraction of economists who saw a greater rift between "neoliberals" (nowadays called ordoliberals) and classical liberals (or "paleoliberals") such as Hayek, seeing the latter's views as antiquated. Some economists even saw his views as antagonistic towards true ordoliberalism. Hayek however viewed himself as the true successor and legacy to Eucken and his works respectively, though later on he would re-associate with the classical liberals instead. Nonetheless, a large portion of analysts saw Hayek as part of the Austrobert.png Austrian School of Economics from the very beginning, ultimately perceiving his goals as too laissez-faire and minarchistic.

    Personality and Behaviour

    Ordoliberalism will usually be portrayed as a Cball-Germany.png German and a bureaucrat. He likes order and likes to stop any "weird shenanigans".

    How to Draw

    Flag of Ordo-Liberalism

    Ordolib's design is usually shown as Lib.png Lib's design with the globe replaced with a police badge.

    1. Draw a ball
    2. Fill it blue
    3. In gold draw a shield with a flat surfaces in top-right and top-left corners and a spike at the top of the shield
    4. Within a shield draw in the shade of blue a circle
    5. Within the circle, draw a star
    6. Add the eyes, and you're done!

    An alternate design exists where instead of the police badge, there's a Bundesadler.

    Color Name HEX RGB
    Blue #005C95 0, 92, 149
    Gold #EFE9AB 239, 233, 171


    Relationships

    Friends

    Frenemies

    • Alternative for germany ball.pngAfDism & AlexGauland.png Gaulandism - I appreciate that you like my economics and everything, but can you just chill?
    • Austrobert.png Austrolibertarianism - Extreme laissez-faire isn't a good idea also central banks are necessary.
    • Socdem.png Social Democracy - The most tolerable leftist.
    • Social corpratism.png Social Corporatism - Same as above plus we work together sometimes.
    • Regulationism.png Regulationism - We need a bit of you in order to make the market function properly, but I don't like price controls, minimum wages and high taxes.
    • Welf.png Welfarism - Don't spend so much please.
    • Franco.png Francoism - I just gave him some economic advice, that's about it.

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