Greek Shipowners and Greece, 1945-1975: From Separate Development to Mutual Interdependence

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Athlone Press, Jan 1, 1993 - History - 243 pages
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An analysis of postwar Greek-owned merchant shipping in the context of Greek economic history. It explores the influence of shipping on the developmental process of the country through the activities of the Greek shipowners. The impact of their activities is considered in three ways: through the transfer to Greece of some of the shipping activities hitherto carried out abroad; through the transfer of shipping earnings; and through the relations of the shipowners with the political establishment of the country. Based on the author's Ph.D. thesis at Oxford U. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Introduction I
The shipowners and the economy
Shipowning capital and industry

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Ina Baghdiantz McCabe is Darakjian Jafarian Chair of Armenian History, Tufts University.
Gelina Harlaftis is Associate Professor at the Department of History of the Ionian University in Corfu, Greece.
Ioanna Pepelasis Minoglou is Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the Athens University of Economics.

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