An apology is not enough!

Here is a rational voice within the EU!

Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, says what’s already known! In his interview to Italian daily newspaper La Republica, he stresses the damages caused to Greece, Portugal, […]

November 4th, 2013|Posts|

Greeks can do it!

I have pointed this before in my blog based on real examples, and here I am again with this distinction! The Lumen Prize 2013 has been awarded to a Greek, Katerina Athanasopoulou, among 700 […]

November 1st, 2013|Posts|

The key to Greece’s recovery

Here is an interesting article by Michael Jacobides in Harvard Business Review stressing some important aspects for Greece’s recovery.

The author pinpoints the two-way propaganda, the success story of primary surpluses on the one […]

October 17th, 2013|Posts|

Sweden as an economic recovery paradigm

The Peterson Institute for International Economics releases an article on the economic recovery of Sweden after its deep financial and real estate crisis back in 1991.

Simple lessons to take: simplification of the tax code […]

September 11th, 2013|Posts|

Five years after the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers – is there any progress?

The Economist publishes an article on the progress made worldwide after the collapse of Lehman Brothers.

It posits an always interesting question: is it over yet? The discussion extends from the US, the home country […]

September 9th, 2013|Posts|

Paul de Grauwe on austerity in Eurozone countries

This is another voice by a great economist, Paul de Grauwe, about austerity and debt relaxation.

In a nutshell, de Grauwe confronts the joy of the European Commission on achieving a growth rate of […]

September 5th, 2013|Posts|

Are there fears for a new Asian crisis? Compare to Greece

I find this analysis of Paul Krugman quite interesting, talking about Indonesia in 1998 and Greece today.

Indonesia’s economy shrunk by 13% back in 1998 but saw its recovery by 2000. Greece’s economy has shrunk […]

September 4th, 2013|Posts|

Innovative Greeks!

Here is an example of great Greek brains!

I was very proud and maybe optimistic I dare say about our future, because Greeks, despite what media around the world spread, are hard working and […]

August 30th, 2013|Posts|

Is the Eurozone out of recession? A tale of two countries

Here is an analysis by Financial Times analyst Martin Sandbu on the question posed on the title.

Martin gives the examples of two countries, Portugal and the Netherlands, two middle sized countries representing the […]

August 18th, 2013|Posts|

Are Greeks lazy and unqualified?

Greece has been going through a tremendous economic crisis for sixth year in a row. Throughout this time, a lot has been said about Greeks, about us, things not at all flattering, […]

August 13th, 2013|Posts|