Universal Banking in the Twentieth Century: Finance, Industry and the State in North and Central Europe

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Alice Teichova, Terence Richard Gourvish, Ágnes Pogány
Edward Elgar, Jan 1, 1994 - Business & Economics - 308 pages
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'. . . the overall standard of historical research and exposition is high and the volume represents a significant addition to our knowledge of how universal banks operate the main countries of Europe.'
- Michael Collins, Business History
'It covers ground of great interest to students of European economic history, particularly concerning the role of financial institutions in relatively late cases of industrialization.'
- John Hassan, The Manchester School
This important new volume addresses the many aspects of banking in European market economies in the twentieth century, making innovative and authoritative research available to historians, economists, financiers and business analysts.

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The Norwegian banking system before and after the interwar crises
Origins of the banking system in interwar Czechoslovakia

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University of East Anglia

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