Table of contents for Business and politics in Europe, 1900-1970 / edited by Terry Gourvish.

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1. Introduction: the business-government relationship Terry Gourvish
2. Business and government in twentieth-century Sweden: a tale of income Håken Lindgren
3. An economic background to Berchtesgaden: business and economic policy Herbert Matis
4. Business, politics and revolution in early twentieth-century Ireland Philip Ollerenshaw
Part I. Banking Finance: 5. Bankers and politics in Belgium in the twentieth century Ginette Kurgan-van Hentenryk
6. Central bank co-operation and Romanian stabilisation, 1926-9 Philip Cottrell
7. Government, the banks and industry in interwar Britain Lucy Newton
Part II. Business and Politics in the National Socialist Period: 8. German business and the Nazi new order Richard Overy
9. 'Aryanisation' in central Europe, 1933-9: a preliminary account of Germany (the 'Altreich'), Austria and the 'Sudeten' area Dieter Ziegler, Harald Wixforth and Jörg Osterloh
10. The 'Gildmeester-Organisation for Assistance to Emigrants' and the expulsion of the Jews from Vienna, 1938-42 Peter Berger
11. Deutsche Lufthansa and the German state, 1926-41 Peter Lyth
Part III. The Business Community and the State: 12. Government and industry in Austria in the 1930s Gertrude Enderle-Burcel
13. Business and politics: the state and the networks in Greece Margarita Dritsas
14. Economic efficiency and nationality: the Siemens subsidiary Elektrotechna in the first Czechoslovak republic Christoph Boyer
Alice Teichova: a bibliography.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Business and politics Europe History 20th century, Industrial policy Europe History 20th century