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On the first day of each month, Greeks greet each other with the salutation Kalo Mena, loosely translated as “Have a Good Month.” This first day of July 2015 promises to bring very little good for Greece.

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By André Broome, University of Warwick Greece missed the deadline on its €1.6 billion loan repayment due to the IMF June 30, becoming the first advanced economy...

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History can shed some light on the Greek drama. Before joining the euro, the Greece's government had previously implemented strict capital controls and transaction limitations.

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If you want to be executed vote YES, if you would rather commit suicide vote NO: Greece Referendum

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In a true Democracy no government, parliament or president, politicians or political parties have the legitimacy to make constitutional changes to alter the basic...

Greece has implemented capital controls

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By Panicos O. Demetriades, University of Leicester As ECB froze the level of emergency liquidity assistance (ELA) it is providing to Greek banks, the nightmare scenario for...

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Although Greece is hard strapped for cash this is clearly a political decision with profound consequences for the future of the European Union. It is also the right one.

Grexit

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The problem with all this uncertainty is that the various players in the Grexit game fail to understand the serious consequences of not reaching a rational deal.

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Prime Minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras announced today a referendum on whether Greeks should accept the take-it-or-leave it proposal by the ECB, IMF and...

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  Back in the good old days -- just a few weeks ago -- every time the Greek Prime Minister went to Brussels or to...

Greek Debt

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By Belén Olmos Giupponi*, University of Stirling As Greece and its international creditors race to agree on a bailout deal, the issue of the legality of...

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This week the Greek government sent its new proposals for austerity to Brussels. We asked a financial analyst and investment advisor to tell us his thoughts...