Greece has proven that it has potential, and now it is incumbent upon the country to use the momentum to attract investment in fields beyond tourism.
The steep contraction of the global economy will be followed by a slow rebound as the coronavirus pandemic starts to subside, Barry Eichengreen, the George C. Pardee and Helen N. Pardee Professor of Economics and Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley, tells Kathimerini.
In a discussion with American historian John Barry, author of the New York Times best-seller “The Great Influenza,” Kathimerini examines some of the key factors separating the pandemics of 2020 and 1918.
How can we measure the effectiveness of politicians when it comes to managing the coronavirus pandemic? In an interview with Kathimerini, Martin Lodge, professor at LSE, tries to analyze what is at stake for governments, as well as the impact of the crisis on their political future.
Measures designed to contain the coronavirus pandemic are also the most effective way to safeguard the world’s economies as the coronavirus will continue to batter international markets until a vaccination is discovered, Berkeley University economics professor Maurice Obstfeld tells Kathimerini.