Reuters/Yannis Behrakis - A Greek truck driver sits in the middle of a main Athens road during a protest in front of the parliament in central Athens September 22, 2010.

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Grexit Deja Vu? Political Uncertainty Could End Greece’s Economic Recovery

December 2, 2014, Theodore Pelagidis

Theodore Pelagidis discusses how unemployment and political uncertainty could end Greece's economic recovery.

  • Interview | CTV News

    Mass Protests in Greece Against Merkel

    October 9, 2012, Daniel V. Speckhard

  • In the News

    [An official-sector restructuring] would encourage a re-engagement of the IMF in Greece. In fact, the IMF is bound to fund 'sustainable policies' in any borrowing country and the current outlook in Greece -- with GDP in freefall and the debt-to-GDP ratio skyrocketing -- looks anything but sustainable.

    September 11, 2012, Domenico Lombardi, Wall Street Journal
  • In the News

    When you impose deflation on an economy [like Greece’s] that cannot benefit because it is not that open to world markets, you just create more deflation.

    August 25, 2012, Carlo Bastasin, Washington Post
  • Interview | CTV News

    Greece Asks for More Time

    August 23, 2012, Daniel V. Speckhard

  • Interview | Bloomberg TV

    June 18, 2012, Daniel V. Speckhard

  • Interview

    A Conversation about the Greek Elections and the Future of the Eurozone

    June 18, 2012, Donald Kohn, Douglas J. Elliott and Michael W. Klein

  • In the News

    The Greek election doesn't solve the broader issues, either in Greece or Europe more generally, and the market is looking for how those might or might not be solved.

    June 18, 2012, Donald Kohn, The Kansas City Star
  • In the News

    Greece is small, however, it’s also an example. It can be scary, what happens in Greece, people feel that there may be contagion and happen in other countries.

    June 12, 2012, Kemal Derviş, CNN
  • In the News

    I think exit will be a disaster in the short run, but staying in the euro just drags this out forever. As a long-run matter, Greece doesn’t have a viable future inside the Eurozone.

    June 11, 2012, Barry P. Bosworth, Nightly Business Report
  • In the News

    If Greece leaves the euro, it will also have to leave the EU.

    May 21, 2012, Domenico Lombardi, Reuters

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