About: Greek bailout

Economy & Jobs 27-02-2019

Greece 4.0: Leveraging technological change for an inclusive and sustained economic recovery

How can the Greek economy continue its recovery? Investing in skills and technological change will be part of the solution, argues Cyril Muller.
Economy & Jobs 15-06-2017

Greece did its part; now it’s the Eurogroup’s turn

Greece has made huge sacrifices and the government has made significant reforms. Now the ball is in the Eurogroup's court to provide the necessary certainty to both people and the markets via a debt deal, writes Roberto Gualtieri.
Economy & Jobs 01-03-2017

Greece: Lenders take unacceptable hard line on worker rights

In the current negotiations over a new loan package for Greece, collective bargaining and worker rights have been in the spotlight. But expert opinion in favour of these tools is being ignored by Greece’s lenders, warn Jan Willem Goudriaan and Richard Pond.
Euro & Finance 01-02-2017

For Greece and Its creditors, the clock is ticking

Both Athens and its creditors want to complete the review of Greece’s bailout program before the European electoral season starts in March, making an agreement likely, writes Stratfor.
Euro & Finance 05-12-2016

Time for EU leaders to deliver on commitments to Greece

The Eurogroup will today (5 December) examine the progress Greece has made so far. Now the EU must deliver on their own commitments, write Dimitrios Papadimoulis, Udo Bullmann and Pervenche Berès.
Elections 26-01-2016

EU stuck in a ‘representation spiral’?

As European integration has progressed in the Monnet method, national leaders have become stuck in a 'representation spiral', which the recent crises accelerated to a point where major EU decisions can no longer be made, argues Balázs Kiss.
Euro & Finance 03-07-2015

How not to hold a referendum

Referendums need clarity, which means outlining the consequences of each voting option. In the Greek referendum, none of these best practices are met, writes Dr Melanie Sully.
Euro & Finance 01-07-2015

Improving Greek democracy: The Swiss example

Switzerland guarantees stable public finances by seeking public approval for every significant piece of finance legislation. Greece could learn from this, writes Guido Cozzi.
Euro & Finance 01-07-2015

The EU and Greece: Exiting the IMF era, not the euro

The end of the EU aid programme to Greece on 30 June, and the organisation of a Greek referendum on 5 July, raise the prospect of ending the “IMF - Europe” era, writes Yves Bertoncini
Euro & Finance 19-06-2015

Greece and the EU: How to break the stalemate

A solution to unlock the stalemate for debt-wracked Greece should be based on mutual obligations, writes Karl Aiginger.
Euro & Finance 17-02-2015

Many of Greece’s problems were aggravated by the EU

We must recognise that many of Greece's problems were aggravated by the behaviour of the European Union, writes Maria João Rodrigues.
Euro & Finance 26-01-2015

Greek elections: Time for the EU to talk debt

European debt justice groups welcome the plans of the new Syriza-led government to renegotiate Greece’s heavy debt burden with its creditors. These negotiations should start as soon as possible, writes Bodo Ellmers.
Elections 26-01-2015

What Europe should expect from a Syriza government

Understanding the persistence of Syriza’s popularity helps anticipating what the future holds for Greece and the Eurozone, writes Pavlos Vasilopoulos.
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