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Ετήσιο ενημερωτικό φυλλάδιο Hellenic Observatory of London School of Economics 2011-2012

8 Aug

In the following link you may find the Annual Newsletter of the Hellenic Observatory of London School of Economics for the Academic Year 2011-2012:   http://www2.lse.ac.uk/europeanInstitute/research/hellenicObservatory/CMS%20pdf/Publications/2012_HO_Newsletter.pdf

Ετήσιο ενημερωτικό φυλλάδιο London School of Economics για την Νότιο-Ανατολική Ευρώπη

8 Aug

In the following link you may find the Annual Newsletter of the LSEE – Research on South Eastern Europe for the Academic Year 2011-2012:   http://www2.lse.ac.uk/europeanInstitute/research/LSEE/PDF%20Files/Publications/Newsletter_2012.pdf

Διαβάστε το νέο άρθρο της ‘Ελενας Παναρίτη στο περιοδικό INSEAD Knowledge: From Brussels to Bombay: The euro crisis could spread

25 Jul

Article From Brussels to Bombay: The euro crisis could spread —- by Elena Panaritis —-   How real is the global impact of Europe’s debt crisis? Here’s the bad news: Europe’s debt crisis could spread, sending shockwaves across the globe. How real is this risk? It’s real enough for the World Bank’s new president, Dr […]

Elena Panaritis @Huffington Post: What’s Next?

28 Feb

  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elena-panaritis/greece-debt-crisis_b_1304360.html With the economy on life support, Greece is making Herculean attempts to maintain vital functions so that no one pulls the plug. The country’s interim governing coalition managed to survive negotiations in Brussels and secure a new 130-million-euro bailout. It also got a hated IMF-EU memorandum passed through parliament, despite violent protests. It […]

Έλενα Παναρίτη @The Guardian: Promote Greek entrepreneurship to turn this crisis into an opportunity

22 Feb

    Elena Panaritis guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 22 February 2012 11.18 GMT Greece is safe from a disorderly default, but not out of the woods yet. The European Union and the International Monetary Fund approved Greece’s second rescue package – worth €130bn – after 13 hours of difficult deliberations. This is the good news. The bad news […]

Elena Panaritis @Huffington Post: Default Fear Sparks Call for Action

21 Feb

    The Greek bailout deal is a 130-billion-euro step towards resolving the Eurozone crisis. But it’s just one more step on a very long path of economic recovery. Approved by European finance ministers after 13 hours of negotiation on February 20, the agreement put an end to the perennial threat of a disorderly default. […]

Άρθρο της Έλενας Παναρίτη στο περιοδικό “Reporter”

14 Feb

ΔΥΟ ΧΡΟΝΙΑ ΜΕΤΑ… Ο απολογισμός της φετινής χρονιάς γίνεται σε ιδιαίτερα δύσκολες συνθήκες, καθώς η Ελλάδα διέρχεται τον τέταρτο χρόνο της σοβαρότερης οικονομικής ύφεσης της Μεταπολίτευσης και μιας αυστηρότατης δημοσιοοικονομικής προσαρμογής, που έχουν τεράστιες επιπτώσεις στον κοινωνικό ιστό της χώρας. (more…)

What Does a France Downgrade Mean for Europe? @ Huffington Post

13 Jan

By Elena Panaritis Founder, Panel Group; Author, ‘Prosperity Unbound’   Is this the beginning of the end? S&P announced a reduction of France from AAA to AA. As it turns out, S&P’s December 5th warning was not addressed to satisfy fears in the market. What does a downgrading of France really mean? It means that […]

Άρθρο Έλενας Παναρίτη στο “ΕΘΝΟΣ της Κυριακής”

31 Dec

ΠΩΣ ΘΑ ΒΓΟΥΜΕ ΑΠΟ ΤΗΝ ΟΙΚΟΝΟΜΙΚΗ ΚΡΙΣΗ «Να προσαρμόσουμε το νέο δανειακό πρόγραμμα στα ελληνικά δεδομένα» Γράφει η ΕΛΕΝΑ ΠΑΝΑΡΙΤΗ Βουλευτής Επικρατείας του ΠΑΣΟΚ (more…)

How Will History Judge George Papandreou? (The Globalist)

6 Dec

Former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou will not only be remembered for having been in office during Greece’s worst economic crisis since the 1930s. He will be remembered as bold and decisive — and unafraid to take unpopular positions, argues Elena Panaritis, a member of Greece’s parliament. (more…)