FRST=8 Teile von Kapitel 6 der Dissertation sind identisch mit dem Aufsatz "Eisenbahnen und wirtschaftliche Entwicklung" im Jahrbuch für Sozialwissenschaft Bd. 85-105, geschrieben von Sarrazin, Frithjof Spreer und Manfred Tietzel.
Teile von Kapitel 7 der Dissertation sind identisch mit dem Aufsatz "Analytische Wissenschaftstheorie und historische Erklärung", geschrieben von Sarrazin, in Probleme der Wirtschaftspolitik (S.
He previously served as senator of finance for the State of Berlin from January 2002 until April 2009, when he was appointed to his position at Bundesbank.
He became well-known worldwide after making controversial remarks on Jewish genetics, leading to a media frenzy resulting in his resignation from the Executive Board.
he denounces the failure of Germany's post-war immigration policy, sparking a nationwide controversy about the costs and benefits of multiculturalism.
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He is regarded as an explicit supporter of orienting the Deutsche Bahn on the principles of efficiency under a cost-effectiveness analysis.
His relationship with the former CEO of Deutsche Bahn AG, Hartmut Mehdorn, is characterized as hostile.
Sarrazin's dismissal from the board of DB Netz AG was followed by legal disputes.
He drew his salary for a transitional period during which the details of the separation procedures were regulated.
According to Hartmut Mehdorn, Sarrazin broke his contract with the company, which stated that secondary activities are not allowed.
Even after the end of the socialist-liberal coalition in October 1982, Sarrazin remained in the Finance Ministry, where he was director of several units, including (from 1989 to 1990) the "Innerdeutsche Beziehungen," which prepared the German monetary, economic and social union.
During his time as Head of the Federal Ministry of Finance, he was partly responsible for German railways.
From 1990 to 1991 Sarrazin worked for the Treuhand.
Up to 1997, he was State Secretary in the Ministry of Finance in Rhineland-Palatinate.
Subsequently, he was chief executive of TLG Immobilien (TLG).
In 2012 another book by Sarrazin was published, Europa braucht den Euro nicht ("Europe doesn't need the euro").
The book argues that the introduction of a single currency in Europe was a bad idea and should be overturned. His father was a doctor and his mother was the daughter of a West Prussian landowner.
His paternal ancestors were French Huguenots who originated in Burgundy, while his grandmother was English and another ancestor was Italian. Muslim) and is common in Southern France: "It is derived from the Arab pirates that were called 'Saracens' in the Middle Ages".
He has referred to himself as "a European mongrel".
He grew up in Recklinghausen where he graduated from the local gymnasium after which he did his military service.
From 1967 to 1971, he studied economics at the University of Bonn, earning his doctorate.
From November 1973 to December 1974 he worked for the Friedrich Ebert Foundation and became active in the SPD.
In 1975 Sarrazin began working in the Federal Ministry of Finance.
Until 1981 he served as Head of Unit in the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and from 1981 he returned to the Federal Ministry of Finance.
From October 1981 he served as bureau chief and was a close collaborator of Federal Finance Minister Hans Matthöfer and his successor Manfred Lahnstein.
Sarrazin is married to Ursula Sarrazin (née Breit) and has two sons.
Between spring 2000 and December 2017 he was employed by the Deutsche Bahn, the German national railway.
During his first four months he served as head of internal auditing; from 1 September 2000 he was on the board of DB Netz, responsible for planning and investment.