The publication The Economic Development of Southeastern Europe in the 19th Century discusses the economic development in Southeastern Europe during the 19th century. The publication is tied to the conference held by the Alpha Bank Historical Archives in Corfu in 2006, which was attended by prominent historians and economists.
- Language: English
- Edited by: Edhem Eldem, Socrates Petmezas
- Publisher: Alpha Bank
- Place: Athens
- Year published: 2011
- Dimensions: 24 x 16 cm
- Cover type: Hardcover
- Pages: 539
- English ISBN: 978-960-99793-1-3
What the publication includes
The publication The Economic Development of Southeastern Europe in the 19th Century is the continuation of the publishing activity of the Alpha Bank Historical Archives. The volume was edited by S. Petmezas, Associate Professor at the University of Crete, and E. Eldem, Professor at the Boğaziçi University (University of Bosphorus).
A related international conference was organised by the Historical Archives in 2006 in Corfu, and attended by prominent historians and economists from Greece and abroad. The conference proceedings discuss the features of the economic development in Southeastern Europe during the 19th century, per country and economy sector.