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Diversity in European Regions: Lessons from Germany

In: The Sustainability of Cultural Diversity


  • Elena Bellini
  • Iskra Christova-Balkanska
  • Tonia Damvakeraki
  • Dino Pinelli
  • Max Steinghardt
  • Lena Tsipouri


This engaging book addresses the question of how diverse communities, whether in a nation, city or organization, can live together and prosper whilst retaining and enjoying their cultural differences. This is a particularly pertinent issue in the context of the modern world where mass migration and immigration are pervasive global phenomena.

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  • Elena Bellini & Iskra Christova-Balkanska & Tonia Damvakeraki & Dino Pinelli & Max Steinghardt & Lena Tsipouri, 2010. "Diversity in European Regions: Lessons from Germany," Chapters, in: Maddy Janssens & Myriam Bechtoldt & Arie de Ruijter & Dino Pinello & Giovanni Prarolo & Vanja M.K. S (ed.),The Sustainability of Cultural Diversity, chapter 6, Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eechap:14043_6

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