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The Geopolitics of Greece: «One cannot afford anymore to manage the Greek crisis without due consideration of its geopolitical consequences» — Thanos Dokos (ELIAMEP)

The Geopolitics of Greece: «One cannot afford anymore to manage the Greek crisis without due consideration of its geopolitical consequences» -- Thanos Dokos (ELIAMEP)

Interview with Thanos Dokos, from ELIAMEP (Athens, Greece), by Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues, February 16
© JNR, 2015

The new round of the Greek Crisis – an interview with Yanis Varoufakis

The new round of the Greek Crisis – an interview with Yanis Varoufakis

«Greece is in the clasps of a triple insolvency: an insolvent state, insolvent banks and an insolvent private sector» — an interview with Greek economist Yanis Varoufakis, cop-author of the “modest proposal” for a resolution of the sovereign debt crisis in the Euro area. (c) JNR, 2014

Yanis Varoufakis: Italy’s collapse will change the Austerian way in Europe

Yanis Varoufakis: Italy's collapse will change the Austerian way in Europe

An interview with the Greek professor Yanis Varoufakis, co- author with with Stuart Holland of “A Modest Proposal for Resolving the Euro Crisis.” Author of “The Global Minotaur”. Currently at the University of Texas. (c) JNR, 2013

“Stronger downgrade may create a big one shock” (Bertrand Candelon)

Janelanaweb interviewed Bertrand Candelon, Professor in International Monetary Economics, Department of Economics of Maastricht University School of Business and Economics.

Portuguese near-default crisis – a rountable in the “black week”

A virtual roundtable with 5 economists and financial analysts
Mark Thoma, professor, University of Oregon, USA
Peter Cohan, CEO Peter Cohan & Associates, Boston, USA
Bill Witherell, Chief Global Economist, Cumberland Advisors, global financial company
David Caploe, Chief Political Economist, EconomyWatch.com, Singapore
Gary A. Dymski, Department of Economics, University of California, Riverside, USA

THE FATE OF GREECE – INSIGHTS FROM ATHENS

“The end of an era or the model of doing things Greek style has no future. Put bluntly, the Greece of yesteryear is bankrupt.”
A conversation with Jens Bastian, economist at ELIAMEP, Athens.

“Excessive focus on deficits risks making unemployment problem worse” – Kevin O’Rourke

An Interview with Professor Kevin O’Rourke, Irish economist and economic historian: “Excessive focus on deficits risks making unemployment problem worse.”

Daniel Gros: Portugal needs a deep cut in nominal wages

Daniel Gros, director of the Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS), in a short interview about the Portuguese financial situation, one week after a huge speculation in Greek debt and following his article in the Financial Times about the differences inside the Club PIGS.