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Pandaemonium Continued: Will the Greek Financial Crisis Undermine the Euro?

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A wine reception will follow the seminar

Demetrius Floudas is Senior Associate of Hughes Hall and a Fellow of the Hellenic Institute of International & Foreign Law

One year after an initial attempt at analysing the emerging Greek sovereign debt crisis, Demetrius Floudas, revisits the topic, which has been at the top of the agenda of political and economic analysts in previous months.

Were initial predictions too optimistic? Is Greece the first EU Member State that might default? To what extent have domestic politics created a dystopic environment which prevents Greece from adequately implementing the rescue package offered? Is the crisis contagious? What is the real reason behind Greece’s failure to emerge from the crisis, in spite of the bail-out agreed one year ago?

These and other questions will be considered at the seminar and the potential dangers for the future of the Eurozone will be discussed.

Seminar Details:

Wednesday 8 June 2011 5:45 for 6:00pm

Pavilion Room, Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge

The seminar will be followed by a wine reception with light refreshments.
All are warmly invited to attend.

This talk is part of the Hughes Hall Graduate Law Society seminar series series.

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