), according to Austrian federal law.
The Bundeswehr recruits one-third of its soldiers in the new Bundeslaender
, where only one-fifth of the German population lives (96)--and where democratic conditions and institutions have a short history.
Administrative subdivisions: Nine Bundeslaender
Harhoff (ed.), Unternehmensgrundungen--Empirische Analysen fur die alten und neuen Bundeslaender
, 7, Baden-Baden.
Here, the problem arises that in Germany as a federal state, fiscal policy-making is divided between the federation and the 16 federal states (Bundeslaender