[MGSA-L] Greek Economic History Association Seminars_ Andrea Colli_28.4.2014

Leda Papastefanaki lpapast at cc.uoi.gr
Sun Apr 27 02:13:21 PDT 2014

The Greek Economic History Association is pleased to invite you at the lecture
of Andrea Colli (Bocconi University) on “Business History. Complexities
and Comparisons”.

Discussant: Gelina Harlaftis (Ionian University)

Andrea Colli is Associate Professor in Economic History at Bocconi University,
Italy. He has published several books in fields such as: the structure and
evolution of SMEs, as well as the role of family firms in modern economic
growth. In 2008 he was awarded the Harold Williamson prize for the most
promising mid-career business historian by the Business History Conference.

The lecture will take place on Monday, April 28, 2014 (at 17:30).

The lecture will be given in English.

Monday, April 28, 2014 (17:30-19:30)
Seminars’ Room EKT (National Documenation Centre), groundfloor
National Hellenic Research Foundation (NHRF)
48 Vassileos Constantinou Avenue
Metro:  Evangelismos station (Exit to Rizari)
203, 204, 211, 214 (Bus stop: 2nd Rizari)
225, 224 (Bus stop: Evangelismos)
450, 550 (Bus stop: Rizari)
622 (Bus stop: Evangelismos)
815 (Bus stop: Evangelismos)

This research on business history provides an overview of the developments in
business – from just before the industrial revolution right up to the
present day. The research is global in scope and looks at the major players
– Europe, the US and Japan – as well as emerging economies, such as
China and India. Focusing mainly on “big business”, the presentation
critically analyze “the firm” and its interaction with the evolution
of economic, technological and political systems at the micro and macro levels.

Founded in 1990 at Athens the Greek Economic History Association is a member of
the International Economic History Association (IEHA). The aims of the Greek
Economic History are to promote the research, development and diffusion of
economic history in Greece. The Greek Economic History Association organizes
seminars, lectures and conferences and maintains a vibrant webpage, the
Electronic Bulletin of Economic History, www.hdoisto.gr

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