Monday, December 22, 2014

Yannos Papantoniou

Yannos Papantoniou was Greece’s Economy and Finance Minister from 1994 to 2001. He is currently President of the Center for Progressive Policy Research, an independent think-tank.

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Economics 1

The Periphery’s Purgatory

The eurozone’s core economies are showing signs of recovery, and financial conditions in the over-indebted periphery are improving as well. But, as the contours of Greece's troubled economy make… read more

Newsart for The Re-Division of Europe
Economics 8

The Re-Division of Europe

As the eurozone debt crisis has steadily widened the divide between Europe’s stronger northern economies and the weaker, more debt-laden economies in the south (with France a kind of no man’s economy … read more

Newsart for A Global Dean Rohrer
Economics 8

A Global "New Deal"?

For domestic demand to act as an engine of growth, policies should shift resources from investment to consumption. While the magnitudes involved are huge, they must be attained if an extended period… read more

Newsart for Greece’s Catharsis? Dean Rohrer
Economics 9

Greece’s Catharsis?

Sunday’s election in Greece will decide whether confrontation or negotiation will be used to change the terms of Greece’s refinancing agreement with the eurozone. There is no alternative to… read more

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