|Title||The Conversation: Why leaving the euro is back on the agenda in the Greek election|
Greece leaving the euro is old news. Since the former Greek prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, agreed to a third bailout in July, the perception of Grexit as an immediate threat has subsided – or at least disappeared from commentary.
Nonetheless, while appetite for Grexit outside Greece has abated, the traumatic seven months of wrangling over its bailout with Europe produced a significant domestic demand for a return to the national currency.
|Keywords||Greece, European Union, Europe, Eurozone, Greek economy, Greek elections,|
|Web address (URL)||https://theconversation.com/why-leaving-the-euro-is-back-on-the-agenda-in-the-greek-election-47601|
|Published online||17 Sep 2015|