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Appendix: Alice Teichova: a select bibliography

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 March 2010

Terry Gourvish
Affiliation:
Director of the Business History Unit, London School of Economics and Political Science
Terry Gourvish
Affiliation:
London School of Economics and Political Science
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  1. Kapitoly z dějin evropského feudalismu (Chapters on the history of European feudalism) (Prague, 1954).

  2. Prameny ze středověkých dějin západní Evropy (Sources on the medieval history of Western Europe) (Prague, 1961).

  3. Dějiny středověku (History of the Middle Ages), 2 vols. (Prague, 1968). Editor and author of chapters from the twelfth to the fifteenth centuries in vol. II.

  4. An Economic Background to Munich: International Business and Czechoslovakia 1918–1938 (Cambridge, 1974).

  5. ed. with Philip L. Cottrell, International Business and Central Europe 1918–1939 (Leicester and New York, 1983). Author of introduction and chapters 2 and 5.

  6. ed. with Maurice Lévy-Leboyer and Helga Nussbaum, Multinational Enterprise in Historical Perspective (Cambridge, 1986). Author of introduction and chapter 25. Several reprints: Spanish (Madrid, 1991); Japanese (Tokyo, 1991).

  7. The Czechoslovak Economy 1918–1980 (London and New York, 1988).

  8. Kleinstaaten im Spannungsfeld der Großmächte Wirtschaft und Politik in Mittel- und Südosteuropa in der Zwischenkriegszeit (Munich, 1988).

  9. Die Wirtschaftsgeschichte der Tschechoslowakei 1918–1980 (Vienna, Cologne and Graz, 1988).

  10. ed. with Maurice Lévy-Leboyer and Helga Nussbaum, Historical Studies in International Corporate Business (Cambridge, 1989). Several reprints: paperback (2002); Spanish (Madrid, 1991); Japanese (Tokyo, 1991).

  11. ed. with Håkan Lindgren and Margarita Dritsas, L'entreprise en Grèce et en Europe ⅪXe–XXe siècles (Athens, 1991). Author of chapter 4.

  12. ed. with Harold James and Håkan Lindgren, The Role of Banks in the Interwar Economy (Cambridge, 1991). Paperback (2002). Author with Alois Mosser of chapter 9.

  13. ed. with Philip L. Cottrell and Håkan Lindgren, European Industry and Banking between the Wars. A Review of Bank–Industry Relations (Leicester and New York, 1992). Author of chapter 2.

  14. Mezinárodní kapitál a Československo v letech 1918–1938 (International capital and Czechoslovakia) (Prague, 1994).

  15. […]

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Business and Politics in Europe, 1900–1970
Essays in Honour of Alice Teichova
, pp. 325 - 332
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2003

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