|Address:||21 El. Venizelos Avenue|
Map of Library Location (37.977906,23.735447)
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Bank of Greece - Library is a Special library. This library is affiliated with Bank of Greece (view map)
The collection of the library contains 200000 volumes. The library circulates 1300 items per year. |
|Other Info:||The Library of the Bank of Greece is one of the most prominent and comprehensive special libraries in Greece in the field of economics. It is a Section of the Human Resource and Organization Department and it is housed in the headquarters of the Bank.
The Library was inaugurated in 1931 while the Bank of Greece was established in 1928 as the central bank of the country. The Library's collection is being developed aiming to support the activities and functions of the Bank. In the main subjects of its collection are included economics, finance, banking, law, monetary policy, statistics, and business administration.|
|Product Name||Year Contracted|
|Current Library Automation System:||Millennium||2012|
|Previous Library Automation System:||Advance||1997|
|Previous Library Automation System:||None|
|Federated search product:||360 Search|| |
|Item ID Type:||Barcode|| |
|Automated Materials Handling:||None|| |
This library is responsible for the procurement of the library automation system.
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