Publications of the Centre for Culture, Research & Documentation

The publications of the Centre for Culture, Research and Documentation are aligned with the scope of the Centre. Thus, they primarily aim to underline and highlight the role of the Bank of Greece in the country’s financial, social and cultural development. They comprise books and printed material which is relevant to the activity of the other Sections of the Centre (the Library, the Historical Archive, the Museum).

The recording, direct or indirect, temporary or permanent reproduction or distribution of the content of the books and works by any means and in any form, in whole or in part, as well as the translation, adaptation, alteration, abridgement or modification of their original form without the permission of the Bank of Greece is prohibited. In particular, reproduction for any use thereof is prohibited, where it impedes their normal exploitation or prejudices the legal rights of the creators.  Any particular work may be used online (or digitally) freely for educational, scientific, statistical and research purposes, provided that no direct or indirect economic benefit is involved.  Users agree that in any publication which is based in whole or in part on a work posted on the Bank of Greece website they will indicate the author/creator of the work and the publisher.

ALBUMS

Charis Kanellopoulou, "Parallel Viewing. Artworks from the Bank of Greece Collection", Athens 2023.

 

Charis Kanellopoulou, "Yiannis Stinis. Route through time" [Yiannis Stinis. Poria ston chrono], in Greek, Athens 2022.

 

Cleopatra Papaevangelou-Genakou, “Ex fundamentis”, Athens 2020.
Lykourgeion award of the class of letters and fine arts of the Academy of Athens

 

“Alexandros Korogiannakis (1906-1966): Printmaking” [in Greek], Athens 2018.

 

“Frames of reference: From the Bank of Greece collection”, Athens 2018.

 

HISTORY

Andreas Kakridis, "200 years of Greek economy: Between state and market", Athens 2024. 

 

Andreas Kakridis and Sotiris Rizas, "The crisis of 1929 and Greece: Economic, political and institutional aspects", Athens 2021.

 

Chrysafis H. Iordanoglou, “The Greek Economy since 1950. Volume A. 1950-1973: Growth, monetary stability and state intervention”, Athens 2020.

 

Michalis Psalidopoulos, “History of the Bank of Greece, 1928-2008”, Athens 2019.

 

“The chronicle of the great crisis. The Bank of Greece, 2008-2013”, Athens 2014.

 

BIOGRAPHIES

Andreas Kakridis, "Kyriakos Varvaressos: Biography as economic history" [in Greek], Athens 2017.

 


THEMATIC BOOKS

Nikolaos D. Philippas, "The abecedary of economy for adolescents", Athens 2024.


David Nelles & Christian Serrer, "Small gases, big effect. This is Climate change", Athens 2022

 

Nikolaos D. Philippas, "The abecedary of economy for children up to 12 years old", Athens 2022.

 

Graphic novel “The great transformation: Climate change: Can we beat the heat?”, Athens 2021.

 

“Commemorative volume for Leonidas Georgakopoulos”, I [in Greek], Athens 2016.

 

“Commemorative volume for Leonidas Georgakopoulos”, II [in Greek], Athens 2016.

 


DOCUMENTS FROM THE HISTORICAL ARCHIVES

Collective, "The Association Agreement between Greece and the EEC: The negotiations through the archive of Ioannis Pesmazoglou", Athens 2022 (introduction: Irini Karamouzi)

 

Original archival documents

Collective, "Aspects of the refugee settlement in Greece, 1922-1930", Athens 2021 (introduction: Lena A. Kormà).

 

Original archival documents

Kyriakos Varvaressos, “The Greek economic situation – Memorandum to the Undersecretary of State Department Dean Acheson, 1946” [in Greek], Athens 2019 (introduction: Sotiris Rizas).

 

The original Memorandum in English

Socrates Kosmidis, “Diary 1941-1945. From Athens to London with the government-in-exile: a Bank of Greece employee narrates” [in Greek], Athens 2019 (introduction-transcription-notes: Angela Karapanou).

 

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Papaevangelou-Genakos, C. (ed.), “Athens, a palimpsest” (in Greek), Athens 2023.

 

Kanellopoulou, Ch. (ed.), “Yannoulis Chalepas. Notes on his life and work”, Athens 2022.

 

Kanellopoulou, Ch. (ed.), “Ancient world and modern art”, Athens 2021. 

 

MUSEUM CATALOGUES

          

           



OTHER CATALOGUES

Catalogue for the exhibition "Seascapes – From the Bank of Greece Collection in the Art Gallery of the Cyclades", Syros (17.7.2022-10.9.2022). 

 


EDUCATIONAL BOOKLETS

“The little book of art: Faces and images from the Bank of Greece Collection” [in Greek], Athens 2018.

 

EVENT BOOKLETS 

 

                                         

                                        

        

      

       


 

CULTURAL PUBLICATIONS OF THE BANK OF GREECE BEFORE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CENTRE FOR CULTURE, RESEARCH AND DOCUMENTATION
Margarita Dritsas, “Emmanuel Tsouderos, 1882-1956, Central Banker and Politician” [in Greek], Athens 2012.

 

Maro Kardamitsi-Adami, “Bank of Greece: The buildings” [in Greek], Athens 2011.



  “New building of the Bank of Greece in Thessaloniki”, Thessaloniki 2009 (in collaboration with IANOS publications).

 

Manolis Vlachos, “Modern Greek painting in the collection of the Bank of Greece”, Athens 2007.

 

Manolis Vlachos, “The emergence of modern Greek painting 1830-1930 – From the Bank of Greece Collection”, Athens 2002.



Nelli Missirli (ed.), “Collection of the Bank of Greece. Greek painting and prints”, Athens 1993.

The recording, direct or indirect, temporary or permanent reproduction or distribution of the content of the books and works by any means and in any form, in whole or in part, as well as the translation, adaptation, alteration, abridgement or modification of their original form without the permission of the Bank of Greece is prohibited. In particular, reproduction for any use thereof is prohibited, where it impedes their normal exploitation or prejudices the legal rights of the creators.  Any particular work may be used online (or digitally) freely for educational, scientific, statistical and research purposes, provided that no direct or indirect economic benefit is involved.  Users agree that in any publication which is based in whole or in part on a work posted on the Bank of Greece website they will indicate the author/creator of the work and the publisher.


 

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