Geopolitical and Economic Changes in the Balkan Countries

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 1996 - Business & Economics - 227 pages

Geopolitical and Economic Changes in the Balkan Countries is a background work on the history, wars, and invasions of the Balkans. The ways in which this background has produced and altered the present unsettled situation in Bosnia and other parts of the peninsula is discussed. The recent involvement of the United States and the stabilizing role of Greece in southeastern Europe, as well as the potential economic cooperation between the Balkan countries and the European Union are analyzed.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
A Historical Perspective
13
Hellas Greece
35
Turkey
61
The Former Yugoslavia
83
Other Balkan Countries Albania Bulgaria and Romania
107
Economic Growth Foreign Trade and International Relations
127
Balkan and European Cooperation
157
Notes
189
Bibliography
205
Index
215
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NICHOLAS V. GIANARIS is Professor of Economics at Fordham University. Dr. Gianaris is the author of nine books with Praeger, including Modern Capitalism: Privatization, Employee Ownership, and Industrial Democracy (1996), The European Community, Eastern Europe, and Russia: Economic and Political Changes (1994), Contemporary Economic Systems: A Regional and Country Approach (1993), and The European Community and the United States: Economic Relations (1991). Three other books deal with Greece and the Balkan area.

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