Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras stressed the need to discuss Greece's future and the road to growth that lies ahead in his opening remarks of the traditional Premier's state-of-the-economy address on the inauguration of the 82nd Thessaloniki Internati…

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Co-housing Practices/Inventing prototypes for Athens”, is a 4-days workshop/event on co-housing practices, hosted by the Greek Pavilion at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia.

The workshop, taking place…

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In the wake of the 2016 celebratory year of ‘Greece in Russia and Russia in Greece’, at the inauguration of this year's International Book Fair in Moscow (06-10 Sept), the Greek Minister of Culture, Lydia Koniordou, will co-sign with Mikh…

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From 15 to 21 September 2018, the Athens School of Fine Arts (ASFA) hosts the events of the 4th Athens School of Fine Arts barbeque (ASFA BBQ), an international artistic meeting of time-based arts. This year’s edition, curated by the conceptual…

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In the first ‎Culture Agenda‬ of the year, don't miss: ‘FEK + Art’ at the ‎National Printing House‬, the 'ELLES' exhibition paying homage to female creativity at Frissiras Museum, 'Richard III'  at the National Theatre and the 'Voula Massoura and her world' exhibition at Teloglion Foundation in Thessaloniki…

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In a Bruegel opinion piece (originally published in Kathimerini daily), economist Ashoka Mody, visiting Professor in International Economic Policy at Princeton University, makes the case for less austerity measures and more growth projects in Gr…

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The successful conclusion of the second review has sent a signal that private investors and markets had been waiting for in order to implement their plans, members of Greece's business community and government ministers told the Athens-Macedonian New…

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Nikos Vettas is Director General of the Athens-based Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE)* and Professor of Economics at the Athens University of Economics and Business. In his opinion piece at the Greek newspaper “To Vim…

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After having passed various difficult reforms envisaged by its creditors, Greece deserves now a break, especially in the thorny field of pension reform, argues columnist Mark Gilbert for Bloomberg, in his latest article “Greece deserves a break…

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In their analysis entitled "Greece as an example of 'post-politics' in the Eurozone", Filippa Chatzistavrou, Research Fellow at the Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP), and Sofia Michalaki, junior Research Fellow at…

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