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From Pax Ottomanica to Pax Europaea : the growth and decline of a Greek village's micro-economy

Author: Dimitrios Konstadakopulos
Publisher: Bern : Peter Lang, [2014] ©2014.
Series: Byzantine and neohellenic studies, v. 11.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The macroeconomic development of south-eastern Europe has been profoundly affected not only by the region’s major historical events – for example, liberation from the Ottoman Empire, the outbreak of civil wars, and the birth of new nations – but also by global events, such as the world-wide conflicts of the twentieth century, and the recent transnational processes of globalisation and European integration. The  Read more...
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Konstadakopulos, Dimitrios.
From Pax Ottomanica to Pax Europaea.
Bern : Peter Lang, 2014
(OCoLC)875635226
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dimitrios Konstadakopulos
ISBN: 3034317492 9783034317498
OCLC Number: 868200005
Description: xv, 359 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: The Physical Environment and its Impact on the History of Tsamantas --
Tradition and Culture of Tsamantas through the Eyes of Nikolaos Nitsos --
The Social and Cultural Environment: Foundations for the Village’s Success? – The Economy of Tsamantas during the First Half of the Twentieth Century --
The First Waves of Emigration --
The Delimitation of the Greek-Albanian Border, and its Impact on Tsamantas --
The Years of War (1940-1949) --
Tsamantas from 1950 to 1981: Causes and Effects of Decline --
Pax Europaea: Life within the European Union.
Series Title: Byzantine and neohellenic studies, v. 11.
Responsibility: Dimitrios Konstadakopulos.

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The rationale of this book is to employ a comprehensive micro-history of one particular community, the village of Tsamantas, in north-western Greece, as a means of providing a detailed picture that  Read more...

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