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Is There Growth or Is it Just Plain Wishful Thinking?

20 May

Germany Europe Financial Crisis

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elena-panaritis/is-there-growth-or-is-it-_b_4956096.html?1394717898 Elena Panaritis – Christopher Pissarides High-profile European officials are playing up the fact that Europe is expected to see positive growth in 2014. But what they don’t like to talk about is the fact that it will be miniscule compared to the United States and much of the rest of the world. They also […]

Συνέντευξη στο Bloomberg TV Δευτέρα 13 Αυγούστου 10:40 π.μ. ώρα Ελλάδος

13 Aug

Η Έλενα Παναρίτη θα δώσει συνέντευξη ζωντανή αναμετάδωση στο Bloomberg TV σήμερα Δευτέρα 13 Αυγούστου στις 10:40 π.μ. ώρα Ελλάδος, για την Ελληνική Οικονομία. Παρακολουθήστε ζωντανά στο: http://www.bloomberg.com/tv/europe/

Summary of roundtable discussion “Can Greece turn around? If yes How? When?”, Aug 3, 2012, House of Hellenes, London

6 Aug

    “Citigroup sees 90% chance that Greece Leaves Euro”, Bloomberg 25.07.12 “Greece cannot be saved, that is pure mathematics”, CDU’s Michael Fuchs, MP, 29.07.12  Can Greece turn around? If yes How? When?  The House of Hellenes played host to an open forum hosted by the British Hellenic Chamber of Commerce on whether “Can Greece […]

Press Release of roundtable “Can Greece turn around? If yes How? When? “

6 Aug

http://houseofhellenes.blogspot.gr/2012/08/press-release.html “Citigroup sees 90% chance that Greece Leaves Euro”, Bloomberg 25.07.12 “Greece cannot be saved, that is pure mathematics”, CDU’s Michael Fuchs, MP, 29.07.12  Can Greece turn around? If yes How? When?  Friday 3rd August 2012, at 10am House of Hellenes, 69 St. James’s Street  The British Hellenic Chamber of Commerce, is hosting “The House of […]

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 […]

Europa abierta – Elena Panaritis, analiza la situación de Grecia

22 Feb

          La diputada del Pasok, Elena Panaritis, analiza la situación de Grecia, una vez aprobado un nuevo paquete de ayuda europea y del FMI que retira soberanía a su país. Esta excolaboradora de Yorgos Papandreu considera que Grecia está al borde de la bancarrota y que debe reformar profundamente su economía, con privatizaciones masivas […]

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. […]

Greece’s Panaritis Says Cuts Show Euro Commitment

14 Feb

    Feb. 13 (Bloomberg) — Elena Panaritis, a Greek member of parliament for the socialist Pasok party and former World Bank economist, discusses her support for deeper budget cuts aimed at securing a second international bailout. She speaks from Athens with Owen Thomas on Bloomberg Television’s “Last Word.” (Source: Bloomberg)   Video streaming by […]

E.Panariti @NPR: Austerity Deal Spurs Backlash In Greece

14 Feb

    Melissa Block speaks with economist Elena Panaritis — a member of the Greek parliament  — about her vote for the Greek austerity deal and the vehement backlash against it. (more…)