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Regional problems and policies in Greece.
by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, For sale by OECD Publications and Information Center] in Paris, [Washington, D.C
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.|
|LC Classifications||HT169.G75 R43 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||81176426|
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Regional problems and policies in Greece. Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ; [Washington, D.C.: For sale by OECD Publications and Information Center], (OCoLC) Online version: Regional problems and policies in Greece.
Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ; [Washington, D.C. Regional development is attracting the attention of policy makers and scientists again, as regions, urban centers and rural areas, experience substantial pressures, particularly in Europe, as a consequence of globalization and geopolitical changes which lead to changes in spatial structures and dynamics.
This book is based on the contributions of Greek regional science research presented at. Downloadable. This paper provides a broad overview of the most recent changes in regional policy in Greece. It is structured in six sections.
After this introduction, the second section reviews the Greek regional problem and considers different approaches to understanding and perceiving it. The third section provides an overview of the recent key regional policy changes.
Greece is at a critical juncture of its recent history. The economic policies of the last three decades have brought it close to bankruptcy. Much of the debate about Greece’s current problems Author: Panagiotis Liargovas.
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Greece should soon begin to see further environmental progress as a result of management and financial efforts made since the mids. Its environmental policy has been modernised and driven by EU environmental legislation, a search for improved quality of life in the larger cities (Athens, Thessaloniki) and, to some extent, the.
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As Greece hunkers down and takes on another round of loans and austerity measures meant to bring the country out of an ever-deepening financial crisis, an expert on European economic policy. As Greece seemingly returns to normal, everybody in Athens, Washington, and Brussels hopes to put the whole affair in the rear view mirror, possibly because they know that, at the height of the.
country’s Economic Adjustment Programme but, despite plans to transfer more powers to regional health authorities the health system remains highly centralised. Greece At years, life expectancy is above the EU average but after two-thirds of these years are spent with disability.
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The impact of the crisis on the health system and health in Greece Charalampos Economou, Daphne Kaitelidou, Alexander. Through the summer ofthe government followed the fiscal-policy guidelines contained in Greece’s Third Economic Adjustment Program ( – ), raising taxes, cutting public spending and achieving a spectacular % primary surplus in the state budget (versus an already high % in ).
The solution of the problem will therefore necessitate drastic changes in Greek economic and budgetary policies. This being said, there is more than one villain in the play. Greece - Greece - Economic and social developments: In spite of the political instability afterGreece seems to have experienced relative prosperity in the later Byzantine period.
Population expansion accompanied an increase in production as marginal lands were brought under cultivation, and trade with major and minor Italian mercantile centres flourished. Although Greece continued to host large number of asylum seekers, it failed to protect their rights.
Overall numbers of arrivals increased compared to the same period in Deficiencies in the. At root, Greece’s fiscal problems stemmed from a lack of revenue. As a percentage of GDP, Greece’s social spending expenditures were % in.
It takes 13 days to start a business in Greece. Without reform, Greece will continue to languish below Rwanda and Tunisia in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Index, countries which produce a fraction of Greece’s economic output. Greek consumer demand is that of a developed country, yet its supply side is on par with the developing world.
Greece is deep into a whirl of political, social and economic woes that do not seem to fade. Problems are never solved -- instead they multiply and become part of everyday life.Greece - Greece - Local government: Reorganized administratively in according to the so-called Kallikratis Plan, Greece is divided into seven apokentroménes dioikíseis (decentralized administrations), the head of each of which is appointed by the central government.
These units are further divided into 13 periféreies (regions), which mirror the 13 geographic diamerismata (regions) that.Sorry, the page you are trying to access is not found in our server.