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Interview with Nikos Theocharakis, Associate Professor of Political Economy and Economic History at the Department of Economics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Nikos Theocharakis, Associate Professor of Political Economy and Economic History at the Department of Economics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, answers the following questions of the Crisis Observatory, concerning Economics and the way it is being taught since the beginning of the crisis (English subtitles available): Question 1: In the wake of both the financial crisis and the economic crisis that ensued (and continues to cause problems, especially to the …Read More

Interview with Kostas Kostis, Professor of Economic & Social History at the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens

Kostas Kostis, Professor of Economic and Social History at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, answers the following questions of the Crisis Observatory, concerning Economics and the way it is being taught since the beginning of the crisis (English subtitles available): Question 1: In the wake of both the financial crisis and the economic crisis that ensued (and continues to cause problems, especially to the European economy), Economics came …Read More

Interview with Giorgos Argitis, Associate Professor of Macroeconomics at the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens

Giorgos Argitis, Associate Professor of Macroeconomics at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Department of Economics), answers the following questions of the Crisis Observatory, concerning Economics and the way it is being taught since the beginning of the crisis (English subtitles available): Question 1: In the wake of both the financial crisis and the economic crisis that ensued (and continues to cause problems, especially to the European economy), Economics came …Read More

Interview with Nicos Christodoulakis, Professor at the Economic University of Athens

Nicos Christodoulakis, Professor at the Economic University of Athens, answers the following questions of the Crisis Observatory, concerning Economics and the way it is being taught since the beginning of the crisis (English subtitles available): Question 1: In the wake of both the financial crisis and the economic crisis that ensued (and continues to cause problems, especially to the European economy), Economics came under harsh criticism. This criticism involved its …Read More

Interview of Professor Peter Bofinger, Professor of Economics, Money & International Economic Relations at the University of Würzburg & member of the German government’s Council of Economic Advisors, to the Crisis Observatory

Professor Peter Bofinger makes an overall assessment of the handling of the crisis by the Eurozone and the European Central Bank, while explaining the essence of the term “Basket Eurobonds” and the potential creation of a European Recovery Programme. Moreover, he answers questions related to the role of Germany in the management of the European crisis, the sustainability of the Greek debt, as well as the prospect of a new …Read More