“There is a widespread opinion in Germany that Greece is to blame for the problems it now finds itself in” noted a ‘Rosa Luxemburg Institute’ publication that tried to dismantle several myths and over-moralizing narratives abo…

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The internal devaluation process constitutes one of the main two pillars (together with fiscal adjustment) of the Economic Adjustment Programmes implemented in Greece, aiming at the enhancement of cost competitiveness of the economy through the…

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A significant Greek debt relief has been a recurrent issue since the outburst of the economic crisis and a steady demand of the SYRIZA-led government.

In a recent article by Julia Balk &  Norbert Häring in the daily German financial new…

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George Argeitis, Associate Professor of Macroeconomic Theory and Policy at the University of Athens and the scientific director of the Labor Institute of GSEE (General Cofederation of Greek Workers) has recently published two articles in the Greek p…

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For thirty years now Niels Kadritzke has been following the developments in Greece, where he also spends a part of the year.  He regularly writes about Greece in German Newspapers (Tageszeitung, Financial Times Deutschland, Berliner Zeitung, Le…

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Amid ongoing debate about the intentions of both the Greek government and its European partners to finalise the second evaluation under the Financial Assistance Facility Agreement, Athens based Centre of Planning and Economic Research (KEPE)* launch…

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Maria Karamessini, President and Governor of the Greek Public Employment Agency (OAED) and Professor in Labour Economics and Economics of the Welfare State at Panteion University has published an article  titled "Wages, labour rights and develo…

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diaNEOsis is a new Athens-based Think Tank founded in 2016 by art collector, former chairman of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises and  Damma Holdings SA President and CEO, Dimitris Daskalopoulos. It has re…

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Christos Rozakis is Professor Emeritus of International Law at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He currently serves as President of the Administrative Tribunal of the Council of Europe. He has also served as Judge and Vice-Pr…

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Southeast European countries joining the EU (Source: CDRSEE)

Athens and Sofia have managed to significantly expand their bilateral ties since 1989: flourishing social and economic relations and a common membership to the EU and NATO have buttre…

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