If the Greek financial crisis were merely a financial crisis, i.e., a financial crisis and nothing else, it would be much less of a crisis than it appears to be today. 1,972 more words
This is an outstanding article by Michael Jacobides, professor of entrepeneurshship and innovation at London Business School, published by HBR.
The original Maastricht Treaty set out a very clear debt-to-gdp ceiling of 60% for ’emu’ (later the eurozone) as a whole. 471 more words