By Panagiotis E. Petrakis
On June three, 2015, the Greek Parliamentary funds workplace, the nationwide and Kapodistrian collage of Athens, the Democritus college of Thrace, and the college of Peloponnese subsidized a world convention to deal with medium- and long term progress in Greece. This assortment provides the most powerful papers at the stipulations required to restore and preserve financial progress. top specialists conceal virtually each significant factor pointed out within the most up-to-date literature, from demographic concerns and recommendations for export technique to the necessity for innovation and structural reform. the mix of qualitative and quantitative methods to assessing current stipulations make this ground-breaking assortment a useful source for quite a few teachers, specialist economists, and monetary coverage practitioners planting the seeds of Greece's future.
Read or Download A New Growth Model for the Greek Economy: Requirements for Long-Term Sustainability PDF
Similar economic policy books
A comparative research which describes and analyses the contribution of agriculture to the economies of East Asia. earlier, little awareness has been paid to the rural region which really underpins commercial and advertisement improvement. lately, this quarter has turn into the point of interest of more and more sour financial disputes, in particular over safety and using import price lists.
During this shut exam of the interaction among welfare country associations and the evolution of public opinion, Kumlin advances realizing of the way and why aid for or competition to the welfare nation develops. Kumlin's theoretical framework contains insights from a mess of study traditions--including examine on balloting habit, social psychology, rational selection idea, political psychology, and institutional concept.
Within the many years following international conflict , and partially in accordance with the chilly struggle, governments throughout Western Europe set out formidable programmes for social welfare and the redistribution of wealth that aimed to enhance the typical lives in their voters. lots of those welfare kingdom programmes - housing, colleges, new cities, cultural and leisure centres – concerned not only building yet a brand new method of architectural layout, during which the welfare ambitions of those state-funded programmes have been delineated and debated.
Europe is the most important political factor in modern Britain. The contributions to this quantity all convey disapproval and doubt in regards to the integration approach. a few favour ecu club whereas rejecting the only foreign money; others favour renegotiation of Britain's dating with the ecu; others suggest withdrawal.
Additional info for A New Growth Model for the Greek Economy: Requirements for Long-Term Sustainability
Panagiotis Liargovas (University of Peloponnese— Coordinator of the Greek Parliamentary Budget Office). Kostis (Department of Economics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens), Thomas Poufinas (Lecturer in Finance, Department of Economics DUTh), Dimitra Mitsi (University of the Peloponnese). 1 INTRODUCTION The uncertainty about the outcome of the promised British referendum on EU membership and the increasing threat of Brexit, combined with the increasing likelihood of a Greek default and a partial or gray exit from the Euro, raises in a suddenly acute form the question of the relationship of the EU and the Eurozone.
Of course, there can still be shocks that produce coordinated and generalized slowdowns and that require macroeconomic responses. One of the problems of bank lending in many countries (not only in the USA but also in Europe) has been that it was increasingly directed toward property lending—and just served in consequence to drive up real estate prices and in this way accounted for probably the major source of increased wealth inequality in modern societies (Ronglie 2015). 4 BECOMING MORE AMERICAN: THE CAPITAL MARKETS UNION Part of the transformation of Europe’s economy consequently should lie in a reduction in the role of banks in financing business activity and an increase in the access to capital markets, especially for Small and Medium Enterprises.
3 MINIMIZING FINANCIAL VULNERABILITY: BANKING UNION The debate on banking union also needs to be recast. What is now termed a banking union—that is common European regulation with some fiscal capacity for resolution in the case of failed banks—is a very belated but necessary completion of the monetary union. Even this step is only partial and has excited a great deal of opposition from Germans who do not want to bailout south European banks. Thus while there is European supervision, the resolution process is predominantly national.