Greece-European Union: economics lecture
Luxembourg Lecture with economics professor and SYRIZA advisor James K. Galbraith.
The selected in January 2015 Greek government tried for five months to obtain policy changes through negotiations with creditors. They decided to counter-productive and socially destructive policies under existing contracts and the Eurosystem. The intense negotiations conducted transmitted repeatedly unsuccessful and resulted ultimately in July in a surrender. Greece has become the laboratory for liquidation and expropriation. The conclusion should be that left-wing governments in small EU countries, although can not be prevented, but it is not able to enforce a policy change. This has, however, not be simply resign the voters in Portugal. And again shows: stay Tensions between the creditor-debtor regions and regions and they will deepen the instability of the euro zone. The search for alternatives and concrete ways out does not end with the implementation of austerity policies towards Greece.
James K. Galbraith has in common with his friend Yanis Varoufakis and Stuart Holland Scripture written "A Modest Proposal to solve the euro crisis" and thus the later Syriza government given a conceptual basis in the hand.
He is known for his numerous publications, in particular to inequality and received in 2014 for his services to economics Leontief Prize. James Galbraith (b. 1952) is a professor at the Faculty of Public Affairs at the University of Texas' LBJ "in Austin.
Other subjects are the Greek crisis, the Greek debt crisis, as well as the greek crisis explained. The Greek financial crisis needs a good lecture, as well as any other greek news.
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