Public Lecture with Louka Katseli on Lessons from the Greek Crisis

Details
Date:

January 28

Time:

06:30 pm - 08:00 pm

Event Category:

Past Events

Venue

Old Theatre, LSE

Houghton St, Holborn

London, UK, WC2A 2AE

Speaker : Louka Katseli
Chair, National Bank of Greece and Hellenic Banking Association and Professor, University of Athens, Department of Economics
Welcome address: Antonis Ntatzopoulos
Chairman, Hellenic Bankers Association-UK
Chair : Prof Kevin Featherstone
Head of the European Institute, LSE
Date : Thursday, 28 January 2016
Venue : Old Theatre, LSE
Time : 18.30-20.00

 

Abstract 

The Greek crisis which erupted in 2009 and is still underway will undoubtedly be the subject of many analyses and studies in the years to come. Economists, political scientists, public policy analysts and experts on European governance and policy making will continue to debate the nature and origins of the crisis, the effectiveness of the policies pursued by successive Greek governments and the role of the international creditors (EC-ECB-IMF). In view of the fact that such crises are likely to reoccur in the future in the context of the Eurozone, it is important to draw some pertinent lessons from the Greek  crisis that could pertain to other Eurozone member countries, with a special focus on the interplay between growth, sustainable public finances and social protection systems.

 Press & Photos:

http://www.lse.ac.uk/europeanInstitute/research/hellenicObservatory/Events/pubLectures/Louka%20Katseli-_28-01-2016.aspx

http://www.cnn.gr/money/epixeiriseis/story/19907/katseli-to-asfalistiko-tha-psifistei-para-tis-antidraseis