Tag: Theodoros Rakopoulos

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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NEW!—Theodoros Rakopoulos: Of direct and default democracy: The debt referendum in Greece

Focaal Web Editor , July 6th, 2015


Thessaloniki, 4–5 July 2015 Default has a twofold meaning: it means both “taken for granted,” or the known path, and an economic halt on someone’s debts. Greece has…


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