Regional development-core-periphery relations: The Greek case

Δημοσιευμένα: May 1, 1975
Mary Evangelinides
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Mary Evangelinides, Sussex University

Mary Evangelinides was born in Athens in 1938. She studied
Sociology and Psychology at Deree-Pierce College, Athens
(Bachelor of Arts, 1973) and Urban and Regional Studies at
Sussex University, England (Master of Arts, 1975). She followed
courses in Urban Sociology, Spatial Analysis, Regional
Economics, Regional Policy and Planning in Britain and in Europe
(CEE countries). She is presently a Ph. D. Candidate at
Sussex University and is doing research on regional polarization
and development in developing countries with special reference
to Greece. Some of her other areas of interest and research
are: community development and social planning; social area
analysis; domestic and international migration; criteria affecting
industrial location decisions; the social aspects and effects
that the multi-national companies, operating in Greece,
have on local personnel and population. She worked in various
field projects and community research surveys in Athens and
in Greece. She attended various international conferences in
Greece and Britain and organized an international conference
at Sussex University on Social Planning, Industrial Location
and Housing. Publications: Skyros, the Sociological Image of
an Island. Papers: Community Development versus Community
Action in Britain and France, submitted to Sussex Univ., Social
Area Analysis in the United States, Britain and France,
submitted to Sussex Univ.

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