Domenico Demarco, l'uomo, lo storico
AbstractDomenico Demarco, man and historian - Domenico Demarco (1912-2008) taught Economic History at the Faculty of Economics, University of Naples, from 1948 to 1983. In his unremitting and diversified scientific production, two lines had a great influence for the originality of their interpretative models: the pioneering studies on the South of Italy before 1860 and the studies on the history of banks and credit in the South of Italy. Demarco was a hard-working promoter of culture; moreover, he started two international reviews, very appreciated by the scientific community.
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