Economic Change and the National Question in Twentieth-Century Europe

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NEVEN BORAK is at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Recent publications include: Iskanje Guliverja [Searching for Gulliver], (Ljubljana, 1994); Denarne reforme [Monetary reforms], (Ljubljana, 1998).

CHRISTOPH BOYER is a Fellow at the Hannah-Arendt Institut für Totalitarismusforschung, and a Reader in Social and Economic History, Technical University Dresden. Publications include: 'Die deutsch-tschechoslowakischen Wirtschaftsbeziehungen seit 1918. Alte Verbindungen-Neue Ängste' in Niedersächsische Landeszentrale für politische Bildung (ed.), Tschechen, Slowaken und Deutsche. Nachbarn in Europa (Hannover, 1996); Nationale Kontrahenten oder Partner? Studien zu den Beziehungen zwischen Tschechen und Deutschen in der Wirtschaft der ČSR (1918–1938) (Munich, 1999).

ERIK BUYST is Professor of Economic History at the Centrum voor Economische Studien, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Publications include: An Economic History of Residential Building in Belgium between 1890 and 1961 (Leicester, 1993); 'National accounts for the Low Countries, 1880–1990', Scandinavian Economic History Review 43 (1995), 53–76.

LUIGI DE ROSA is Professor of Economic History at the Free International University in Social Sciences (LUISS), Rome. He is editor of the Journal of European Economic History, and the author of many books and articles including: 'Economics and nationalism in Italy (1861–1914)', The Journal of European Economic History 11(3) (1972), 537–74, History of the Bank of Naples, 4 vols. (Naples, 1989–1992); History of the Bank of Rome (Rome, 1992–1993); The Economic Development of Italy from the Second World War to 1996 (Rome, 1997).

MARGARITA DRITSAS is Professor at the Department of History, University of Crete. She is author of books and articles on Greek eco-

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