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During his recent European road show to London, Paris and Frankfurt, the Greek finance minister Papaconstantinou sought to highlight Greece’s achievements in fiscal consolidation during 2010 and provide an economic outlook for 2011. Papaconstantinou was accompanied by representatives from the so-called troika (IMF, European Union and European Central Bank). The troika’s presence was indicative of […]

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During his recent European road show that took him to London, Paris and Frankfurt, Finance Minister Giorgos Papaconstantinou sought to highlight Greece’s achievements in fiscal consolidation during 2010 and provide an economic picture for 2011. He was accomapanied by the so-called troika, comprising representatives from the International Monetary Fund, European Commission and European Central Bank. […]

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Peter Bofinger, (Prof.), German Council of Economic Affairs Advisory Board European Seminar, June 11 2010 ELIAMEP: Professor Bofinger thank you very much for giving us this interview for ELIAMEP’s blog and welcome once again to the 7th annual European Seminar that is organized with the cooperation of BRUEGEL and the support of the Jean Monnet […]

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European Seminar Sounio 2010 Nikos Christodoulaki, (Prof.), University of Athens June 11 2010 ELIAMEP: Professor Christodoulakis, thank you for being here at the conference on economic governance in the eurozone and the EU, co-organised by ELIAMEP and BRUEGEL. What would you say to those who are betting that the euro will not exist in 10 […]

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On extreme natural disasters the rational interpretation of events has prevailed in the West during the past two centuries. Yet in the Islamic world such supernatural phenomena are interpreted metaphysically, i.e through the presence and action of God in the life of men. The recent floods in Pakistan are of particular interest, for they are […]

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