Mark Blyth is a Scottish political economist whose research focuses upon how uncertainty and randomness impact complex systems, particularly economic systems, and “why people continue to believe stupid economic ideas despite buckets of evidence…

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Following the signing of a joint declaration two weeks ago, between Greece and the German State of North Rhine-Westphalia regarding the fight against corruption and tax evasion, more encouraging news come to light about Greece with a new re…

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Manos Matsaganis is Associate Professor of Public Finance at the Polytechnic University of Milan and Associate Professor of European Social and Employment Policies at the Athens University of Economics and Business where he co-ordinates the …

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Folegandros is the island of good measure. The mild tourism development of the last two decades has allowed the island to preserve the full extent of its character and physiognomy. At the same time, however, modern infrastructure and organized touris…

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Nineteen years after the adoption of the law establishing it as a cultural entity, the Greek National Museum of Contemporary Art is ready to open its doors to the public for the first time. An iconic modern industrial structure and a signature exampl…

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Four Greek companies were selected last month among the top 110 European companies distinguished on February 7th as the finalists and “Ruban d ‘Honneur” 2015/2016 recipients of the prestigious  European Business Awards (EBAs).…

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Two years after assuming his duties as Chairman of Enterprise Greece*, Christos Staikos spoke to Greek News Agenda about the mission of Enterprise Greece, the stable increase of Greek exports and foreign investments and the chance for Greece to "tur…

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Amid the on-going third review of the ESM support programme for Greece, all economic indicators show an improvement of economic outlook pointing to a revival of economic activity. Talks between the Greek government and the mission chiefs of the Inst…

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Denise Harvey is a small independent publisher, working from Evia (or Euboea), a large island not very far from the Attica region. Born in the UK, she moved to Greece more than fifty years ago, enchanted by its history and natural beauty. As she says…

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Sotiris Roussos is Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations of the University of Peloponnese; Head of the Centre for Mediterranean, Middle East & Islamic Studies (CEMMIS), and Coordinator of the Centr…

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