1st Edition

The Greek Economy in the Twentieth Century

By A.F. Freris Copyright 1986
    242 Pages
    by Routledge

    242 Pages
    by Routledge

    The Greek Economy, first published in 1986, presents a detailed survey of the development of the Greek economy in the twentieth century. It examines the different sectors of the economy, traces the different stages of development and relates economic development to the social, political and natural resource background. The book concludes by examining the likely future development of the Greek economy within the enlarged EEC – a key question at the time being, Will the Greek economy be transformed into a ‘developed economy’, or continue to be like that of a less developed country?

    1. The Turbulent 1920s: The Asia Minor Disaster and After  2. The 1930s Depression: Consolidation and Entrenchment  3. World War II, Occupation and its Aftermath  4. Reconstruction and Development: A Fresh Start and the Lost Chances 1949–1960  5. The Take-Off That Never Was: The Greek Economy in the 1960s and 1970s  6. The EEC, Widening Horizons and a Retrospective View

    Biography

    A.F. Freris