Validating progress on inintegrity and anti-corruption policies in public administration in recent years, Greece registered the greatest improvement in a new ranking of public integrity for the 28 EU Member States.

In the Index of Public Integrity (I…

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As the situation over the migrant crisis in Greece and Europe escalates ahead of a crucial meeting of EU leaders with Turkey on March 7, the office of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) warned that Europe faces an imminent humanita…

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Collective bargaining is a key means through which employers and their organizations and trade unions can establish fair wages and working conditions. Against the background of a deep economic crisis in Europe, wide-ranging labour market changes are…

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The EuroMemorandum 2016, ("Addressing Europe's Multiple Crises: An agenda for economic transformation, solidarity and democracy") published in February 20016 - drawing on discussions and papers presented at the 21st Workshop on Alternative Economic P…

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Enhancing the position of women in research and innovation was defined as a priority in EU policies during the 1990s. On this basis, the EU has developed policies to encourage women to engage in science and technology education, promoting the equal p…

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A new Centre for Economic Policy Research / VoxEU eBook How to fix Europe’s monetary union: Views of leading economists by Richard Baldwin & Francesco Giavazzi, argues that fixing the Eurozone is a job half done. The ECB’s resolve and…

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In an opinion piece on EU’s policy during the refugee crisis “A shameful decision for Europe”, published in "Europe’s World" policy journal (11.2), Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP)'s Director-Gen…

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Former German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt’s insights are especially missed at a time when the future of Europe is in question, not least due to the mismanagement of the Eurozone Crisis, where his advice went unheeded”, claims Athanas…

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In his recent analysis “The Age of Discontent - Greek publishing through six years of austerity”, Socrates Kabouropoulos, the man behind the Greek books-in-print database Biblionet, discusses the effects of the economic recession on the G…

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