G. Mladenatz and his Writings: the International Echo of a Romanian Co-operative Theorist
AbstractThe present article focuses on the international echo enjoyed by the writings of Gromoslav Mladenatz (1891-1958). He was in the interwar and immediate postwar period a distinguished professor at the Commercial Academy of Bucharest, a research fellow and mentor in the field of co-operation. His internationally most quoted work was History of co-operative doctrines, which was published successively in Romanian, French, Italian, Serbo-Croatian and Spanish.
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co-operation; interwar period; cooperative movement;
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