MARGARITA DRITSA(S), Doctorat, Paris I/France; MSc, LSE London/UK. 

Professor European Economic and Social History, Hellenic Open University. Has taught Sociology/History at University of the Aegean (Lesbos); Greek and European Economic History at: University of Crete and Hellenic Open University.

She has lectured, directed seminars and participated in research teams of several Universities including: University of Uppsala and Stockholm School of Economics (Sweden), ΕΗΕSS (France), Univ. Pompeu Fabra, and Universities of Tarragona and Granada (Spain); Bocconi University (Italy); Princeton University (USA); LSE (London, UK). 

Founding member of the European Business History Association (EBHA) and Council member from 2007 to 2011. Member of the Editorial Team of ‘Enterprise and Society’(1996-2006); Member of the Advisory board of Journal of Tourism History (2009-2016); 

Publications (selected): Βιομηχανία και Τράπεζες στην Ελλάδα του Μεσοπολέμου ( Industry and Banking in Interwar Greece (1990); L’Entreprise en Europe et en Grèce XIX-XXe siècles (ed. with Alice Teichova & Håkan Lindgren) (1991); European Enterprise, Strategies of Adaptation and Renewal in the Twentieth Century (ed.with Terry Gourvish) (1996); Το Χρώμα της Επιτυχίας. Η Ελληνική Βιομηχανία Χρωμάτων 1830-1990) (The Colour of Success, the Greek Paint Industry 1830-1990 (1996); Greek companies in the 20th century: Manpower and Activities, (in Greek) (ed.), Kerkyra Publications, Athens (1999); Δεξαμενή και Λυκαβηττός: Ανθρώπινες Ροές (2004) (Dexameni-Lycabettus: Human Trajectories; Τράπεζα Εργασίας1975-2000,(2006);Εμπορική Τράπεζα 1907-2007,Εναλλαγές Ταυτότητας και Μετασχηματισμοί (Emporiki Bank, 1907-2007,Identity change and organisational Transformation (2007); Εμμανουήλ Τσουδερός, Κεντρικός Τραπεζίτης και Πολιτικός (Emmanuel E. Tsouderos 1882-1956. Central Banker and Statesman (in Greek). Athens (2012); Emmanuel E. Tsouderos 1882-1956. Central Banker and Statesman(2012). Ψηφίδες ιστορίας του ελληνικού τουρισμού (Tiles from the Greek Tourism mosaic), Economia Publ. (2019).


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