Edited by Rea Prouska and Maria KapsaliBusiness and Management Practices in GreeceISBN 978-0-230-24585-3<br />
Why this book?<br />Literature exists mainly on ‘core’ or ‘developed’ business systems, while there is less attention paid...
It provides a comprehensive picture of the Greek business system and management practices in  comparison to other peripher...
The theoretical framework <br />Based on Whitley’s model of a National Business System we piece together the Greek one fro...
What does the book cover?<br />Part I: presents the political, economic, financial, legal, development and innovation syst...
Anyone doing research or is interested in research focused on Greek business and management <br />Students studying busine...
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  1. 1. Edited by Rea Prouska and Maria KapsaliBusiness and Management Practices in GreeceISBN 978-0-230-24585-3<br />
  2. 2. Why this book?<br />Literature exists mainly on ‘core’ or ‘developed’ business systems, while there is less attention paid to semi-peripheral and even less on peripheral and developing business systems. <br />The editors bring together knowledge from social-economic-management research in a comprehensive, analytical and comparative way that enable the readers to see the Greek system holistically. <br />
  3. 3. It provides a comprehensive picture of the Greek business system and management practices in comparison to other periphery countries and UK. <br />The book has the main advantage of explaining the particularities of management practices to their origins within the institutional context in a simple language but yet based on research conducted in a scientific way, overcoming the trivial and usually partial ways that the Greek system is portrayed in common media. <br />What does this book do?<br />
  4. 4. The theoretical framework <br />Based on Whitley’s model of a National Business System we piece together the Greek one from diverse studies. <br />Firm practices <br />
  5. 5. What does the book cover?<br />Part I: presents the political, economic, financial, legal, development and innovation systems. <br />Part II: describes business and management practices within firms – strategic management, international business, human resource management, marketing, sales, total quality management, accounting and auditing. <br />Part III: brings the whole complex picture together and compares it with other EU countries, such as Italy, Ireland, Spain, Portugal and the UK. <br />
  6. 6. Anyone doing research or is interested in research focused on Greek business and management <br />Students studying business programmes with a comparative or international element <br />Anyone interested in doing business in Greece<br />Who can use this book?<br />

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