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General Economic History

Ioanna-Sapfo Pepelasis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Economic Science, Athens University of Economics and Business

Historical development of the global economy and institutions, 1500-2010. The aim of this course is the basic understanding of the origins and evolution of: 1. globalization 2. Economic growth 3. Capitalism 4. The economic cycle 5. The large economic gap between rich and poor nations. In our analysis focus is given on major institutional changes: • at macro-economic level (the rise of the market economy, the State) and • at micro-economic level (structure of production / business activities). Also, great importance is given to the interaction between the economy and society / politics. It emphasizes the (geographical) economic succession of leadership in the global economy. Furthermore, statistical series related to GDP and other macro-economic fundamentals of the global economy and selected countries are used. Brief contents Introduction: • The usefulness of study of economic history for the economist • The World Economy and the Long Term (1500-2010) First stage: The era of transition from feudalism to capitalism in the West (1500-1750) • Steady features • Big changes Second stage: the first (1750 / 80-1840) and second (1870-1914) Industrial Revolution in the West • The other circumstances • Stylized facts • The national dimension of the Industrial Revolution (International comparisons) • World leaders and followers Third cycle: The 20th century • Structural changes and major events in the global economy in the 20th century • World leaders and followers • The global economy in the interwar period: 1920-1940 • The global economy in the Golden Age of the 20th century: 1950-1973/4 • The third industrial revolution, 1974+ • The problem of worldwide growing inequality • The economics of the Soviet Union (1917-1991) Fourth cycle: From the 20th century to “tomorrow” • Structural changes in the global economy, the new financial-economic system and the economic crisis • Emerging World leaders: China and India

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Business Statistics

Efstathios Dimitriadis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Business administration, Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technologie

social sciences  subject

Christos Lavranos - Undergraduate - (A-)
Computer and Informatics Engineering, Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technologie

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Dimitra Zoaki - Undergraduate - (A+)
Meetings, TEI of Epirus

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Management of Public Enterprises and Institutions

Ioannis Meleas - Undergraduate - (A+)
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEI of Ionian Islands

The course is the study of Management Science with an emphasis in the organization of the Public Administration of Public Enterprises and Organisations in Greece and familiarity with key institutions, the authorities and the configuration and operation procedures of Greek administrative system. The course focuses on the study of the administrative phenomenon, with particular reference to the specificity of the Public Administration. They examined pedigree and currents of modern Management Science and Public Administration as a social institution, the formation process, and the evidence of specificity as the state apparatus. Analyzed the bureaucratic model of organization and logic of its individual components.

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Despoina Kompoti - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Social Work, TEI of Athens

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social sciences  subject

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Eleni Kontogianni - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Social Work, TEI of Athens

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Despoina Kompoti - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Social Work, TEI of Athens

not available

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Attic Oratory

Stamatis Mersinias - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Philology, University of Ioannina

social sciences  subject

Human Resources Management

Irini Triarchi - Undergraduate - (A-)
Accounting and Finance, TEI of Epirus

The course consists of eight units. More specifically, in the first unit, we investigate the inseparable relationship between human resources and innovation. We characterize this relationship as “inseparable” because the innovativeness of employees can lead the organization, to gain a sustainable competitive advantage, which in turn will renders it market leader. In the second unit, we introduce the notion of ”Strategy”. We examine the main strategic priorities of an organization and we investigate the relations which developed between the Corporate Strategy, the employees and the function of strategic management. Furthermore, we focusing on the internal environment of an organization, seeking to discern the main functions. In the third unit, we focus on methods that can be used to attract employees, particularly for attracting "talented employees." Two key questions dominate: 1. How the company can attract prospective employees, and how to choose, from them, the appropriate one. The section concludes with the presentation of new types of employment, such as subletting workers, the outsourcing, as well as off shoring. In the fourth unit, we try to present the main methods used by organization in order to select the appropriate candidates. More specifically, we refer to key characteristics of effective employee selection methods, such as the reliability of the evaluation tests, the importance and effectiveness of the interviews as a way of personal choice and the other techniques used. In the fourth section, we try to present the main methods used by the organization to select from suitable candidates. More specifically, we refer to key features of effective employee selection methods, such as the reliability of the evaluation tests, the importance and effectiveness of the interviews as a way of personal choice. In the fifth section of the course, we attempt an overview of the historical evolution of human resource management. Starting from F. Taylor, we present the theories of Owen, Rowntree and Boot, H. Ford and H. Münsterberg. Also, we refer to the various social systems and schools of thoughts , such as, the School of Human Relations, the School of Human Behavior. In the sixth section we present the basic responsibilities and obligations as well as the characteristics of HRM department. Also investigate the responsibilities of this department during the years. Finally, we try to present the crucial role of personnel manager. In the seventh section, we define the concept of "Human Resources Management" and distinguished from the concept of "Human Resource". We identify the crucial points that differentiate human capital from other productive factors and analyze the basic functions of Human Resource Management. Given that the organization is an open system, affects and is affected by the environment. In the eighth unit we try to identify the environmental influences on their functions.