Pappas Post by Kathy Tzilivakis, 2013-02-17
One of the world’s leading institutional economists, Elena Panaritis, a former member of the Greek parliament, is now putting her extensive experience (18 years at the World Bank) to work in Athens where she is calling on Greeks – everyone who is personally affected by the economic crisis – to “take their lives in their own hands”.
Backed by her newly-created Thought For Action… more (a non-partisan action tank), Panaritis is a firm believer that solving Greece’s economic crisis will take a grassroots understanding by the public – not top-down initiatives from political
Elena Panaritis’ power point presentation at the Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing Conference, October 2012. “Making Real Change”
Download Elena Panaritis’ power point presentation at the Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing Conference, October 2012. ”Making Real Change: A Powerful Formula for Prosperity Through the Eyes of a Triple Bottom Line Social Entrepreneur”
Please read my interview at AND Magazine.com
Eu Debt Could Spread. How real is the global impact of Europe’s debt crisis?
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Policymakers must take the necessary steps to restore stability.
Here’s the bad news: Europe’s debt crisis could spread, sending shock waves across the globe.
How real is this risk? It’s real enough for the World Bank’s new president, Dr Jim Yong Kim, to warn of a deep global recession if European policymakers do not take the necessary steps to restore stability.
According to Kim, no country is immune. He said decisions in
Please read my article at the Huffington Post:
Why Europe Is Failing to Prevent the Spread of the Euro Crisis
Europe’s economic crisis is like a runaway freight train and its politicians have yet to find a way to stop it before it breaks ground and completely derails.
All the while, the crisis continues to escalate unabated. In Greece, for instance, efforts to tame the country’s monstrous debt (expected to reach 180% of GDP in 2013 — much more than previously projected) with several rounds of fierce budget cuts and three years of severe austerity have