By R. Prouska, M. Kapsali
A accomplished photo of the Greek company procedure and administration practices put in a comparative context. The editors compile wisdom from modern learn in a finished, analytical and comparative method that permits readers to work out the Greek procedure in a holistic approach.
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Under the terms of the Treaty of Lausanne (1923) Turkey renegotiated the Treaty of Sevres with the Allies, who decreed an exchange of the remaining populations (1,400,000 Christians on Turkish land for 500,000 Muslims on Greek soil). 4 million refugees swelled the existing population of 5 million native Greeks (Pallis, 1929; Black, 1948). These population exchanges did make the populations of both countries more homogeneous (Mazower, 2000: 107), but they came at a tremendous human cost, and with huge economic implications for Greece which could not handle the country’s population suddenly increasing by a quarter.
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Business and Management Practices in Greece: A Comparative Context by R. Prouska, M. Kapsali