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By Nikos Chrysoloras Unlike previous economic crises, today we know what to do, how to do it, and when. We have the know-how, the experience from the past, as well as a rich body of helpful academic literature and detailed policy proposals. The fact that we don’t use these resources, demonstrates the leck of leadership… » read more

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Two parallel realities

There is no better proof that my country is drifting away from the eurozone than the sharp difference between the prevalent mood in Brussels and Athens, in the aftermath of May 6th’s elections. While Europe was desperately trying to figure out how to react to the inconclusive result and the huge blow that pro-bailout parties… » read more

Posted by Nikos Chrysoloras