Xafa Miranda

THE GREEK PUBLIC DEBT


10.999.89

This book is a brief and accurate report on how the Greek debt developed. It contributes to the clarification of various misconceptions concerning this issue.

“Short Introductions” series is about brief reference books written by experts, providing accurate and in-depth knowledge on a wide variety of subjects.

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The public discussion for the economic crisis in Greece is plagued by inaccuracies and false evaluations, leading to wrong conclusions. It is widely said, even by people holding the most relevant public offices, that the rescue packages caused the recession, that the debt relief will end austerity, that to impose austerity measures was altogether wrong, that the prolonged recession must be attributed to the incorrect multiplier or that the PSI ruined the social insurance funds.

This book is a brief and accurate report on how the Greek debt developed during the last 40 years of continuous democracy, and also a significant contribution to the clarification of various misconceptions concerning this issue.

Short Introductions series is about brief reference books written by experts, providing accurate and in-depth knowledge on a wide variety of subjects.

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Pages 112
Dimensions 13x20,5
Availability Άμεσα Διαθέσιμο
Weight 177 g
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Soft cover

E-book

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18+

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Published Date 19/06/2017
ISBN 978-960-569-736-5

Miranda Xafa begun her career in 1980 as an economist at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington D.C. where she focused in stabilization programs for Latin America. From 1991 till 1993 she served as Director of Fiscal Bureau under Prime Minister Constantinos Mitsotakis and then as an analyst of global markets in London. She was a member of the Executional Board of IMF the period between 2004-09 and currently is a senior scholar at the Centre for International Governance Innovation. She has taught economics at the University of Pennsylvania, from where she received her PhD, as well as at Princeton University, and has published articles and research concerning global financial issues.

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