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IMF plots “credit event” to push Greece to the brink of default

Vito Laterza , April 3rd, 2016


Even though other international events have largely pushed it in the background, the Greek debt drama continues. The IMF and the EU institutions cannot agree on the terms…


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The Greek Crisis and the Dangers of Culture

Human Economy Blog , August 24th, 2015


By Cristiano Lanzano


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The Greek Crisis and the Dangers of Culture

Human Economy Blog , August 24th, 2015


By Cristiano Lanzano


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The Greek Crisis and the Dangers of Culture

Unknown , August 24th, 2015


By Cristiano Lanzano


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The Greek Crisis and the Dangers of Culture

Human Economy Blog , August 24th, 2015


By Cristiano Lanzano


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Of Direct and Default Democracy: the Debt Referendum in Greece

Human Economy Blog , July 10th, 2015


By Theodoros Rakopoulos This article was originally published in FocaalBlog Cite as: Rakopoulos, Theodoros. 2015. “Of direct and default democracy: The debt referendum in Greece,” FocaalBlog, 6 July,…


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Of Direct and Default Democracy: the Debt Referendum in Greece

Human Economy Blog , July 10th, 2015


By Theodoros Rakopoulos This article was originally published in FocaalBlog Cite as: Rakopoulos, Theodoros. 2015. “Of direct and default democracy: The debt referendum in Greece,” FocaalBlog, 6 July,…


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Of Direct and Default Democracy: the Debt Referendum in Greece

Unknown , July 10th, 2015


By Theodoros Rakopoulos This article was originally published in FocaalBlog Cite as: Rakopoulos, Theodoros. 2015. “Of direct and default democracy: The debt referendum in Greece,” FocaalBlog, 6 July,…


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Of Direct and Default Democracy: the Debt Referendum in Greece

Human Economy Blog , July 10th, 2015


By Theodoros Rakopoulos This article was originally published in FocaalBlog Cite as: Rakopoulos, Theodoros. 2015. “Of direct and default democracy: The debt referendum in Greece,” FocaalBlog, 6 July,…


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What Will Happen if Greeks Vote ‘No’ to Austerity?

Human Economy Blog , July 5th, 2015


By Vito Laterza Originally published by Canadian alternative media platform Ricochet on 3 July 2015. It has been a hot week for Greece, driven by uncertainty ahead of…


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What Will Happen if Greeks Vote ‘No’ to Austerity?

Human Economy Blog , July 5th, 2015


By Vito Laterza Originally published by Canadian alternative media platform Ricochet on 3 July 2015. It has been a hot week for Greece, driven by uncertainty ahead of…


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What Will Happen if Greeks Vote ‘No’ to Austerity?

Human Economy Blog , July 5th, 2015


By Vito Laterza Originally published by Canadian alternative media platform Ricochet on 3 July 2015. It has been a hot week for Greece, driven by uncertainty ahead of…


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Radical Leftists or Mild Keynesians? Syriza’s Transition to Power

Human Economy Blog , February 27th, 2015


By Theodoros Rakopoulos It is not news that the Greek left has abandoned its radical agenda. Syriza steered their wheel rightward way before the election they won at…


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