The Conversation: Why leaving the euro is back on the agenda in the Greek election

Glinavos, I. 2015. The Conversation: Why leaving the euro is back on the agenda in the Greek election. The Conversation.

TitleThe Conversation: Why leaving the euro is back on the agenda in the Greek election
AuthorsGlinavos, I.
Abstract

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.

KeywordsGreece, European Union, Europe, Eurozone, Greek economy, Greek elections,
Year2015
Web address (URL)https://theconversation.com/why-leaving-the-euro-is-back-on-the-agenda-in-the-greek-election-47601
PublisherThe Conversation
Publication dates
Published online17 Sep 2015

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