The progress of the Greek economy from its low point in 1950 to its healthy state in 1963 is traced in detail by Professor Zolotas, Governor of the Bank of Greece for the last ten years.
Originally published in 1965.
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Table of Contents
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- Preface, pg. v
- Contents, pg. vii
- Tables, pg. vii
- Diagrams, pg. xi
- Introduction, pg. 1
- I. A Summary of Developments in the Greek Economy Since 1950, pg. 25
- II. Monetary and Credit Policy, 19501963, pg. 45
- III. Fiscal Policy, pg. 95
- IV. Balance of Payments Policy, pg. 120
- V. Money Incomes, pg. 141
- VI. The Human Factor and the Problem of Underdevelopment, pg. 155
- VII. Prospects and Problems in Greek Economic Development, pg. 171
- VIII.The Problems of Employment and Emigration, pg. 185
- IX. Problems and Prospects in Greek Industrial Development, pg. 193
- X. Problems and Prospects of the Agricultural Sector, pg. 207
- Index, pg. 219