About: default

Greece: Life after debt

Greece has a future beyond the current crisis, whether the country defaults or not, argues Sophia Chrysopoulou.
Euro & Finance 15-09-2011

Thinking the unthinkable in Europe

The EU should prepare for the possibility of the default or defection from the euro zone of some of its members, something which if prepared correctly would not cause a financial crisis and would allow the countries concerned to escape the vicious cycle of austerity and recession, argues George Soros.
Health 23-06-2011

Greece defaulting on cash owed to companies

Fears that Greece could default on its debt are misplaced as the country has already begun defaulting on its debt to companies, argues Gary Finnegan. 
Euro & Finance 29-04-2011

Restructuring: By design or by default?

Just as Europe was talking about bailouts a year ago, it is now moving into 'restructuring' territory. But a year from now not even that will have been enough and the new order of the day will be the dreaded D-word: default, writes Jens Bastian, visiting fellow for the political economy of Southeast Europe at St. Antony’s College in Oxford, England in an exclusive op-ed for EURACTIV.