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A entire photograph of the Greek enterprise process and administration practices put in a comparative context. The editors assemble wisdom from modern study in a finished, analytical and comparative method that permits readers to determine the Greek process in a holistic method.

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The historical repercussions of the dictatorship were profound and are still felt to this day. Although it is common knowledge that the US government actively supported the coup d’état of 1967, there is no direct evidence to support such claims (Kassimeris, 2006; Moseley, 1999). It is, however, likely that the US military was informed of the coup by Greek liaison officers (Miller, 1998) and it is a fact that the junta gave financial support to the White House (Weiner, 2007: 282–7) which officially remained ‘neutral’.

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. The period of recuperation after the Catastrophe was not smooth. After a decade of war and the resettlement of the refugees, Greece was unable to secure or to pay back any loans from abroad to finance the war with Turkey.

Essentially, the gap between the poor masses and the rich right-wing establishment was reduced massively and a large middle class emerged, where conflicts (at least of the violent type) were infrequent. But this came at a price. Maria Kapsali and Joseph Butler 17 The price was the slowing down of the high levels of economic growth which was achieved since the 1950s due to the redistribution policies, which were contrary to good economic practices, and which were used extensively by the socialist governments to achieve a less fragmented society.

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