Greek Crisis

The recent financial crisis in Europe, with Greece at its epicenter, occupied some of my attention in the past six years. I wrote a series of op-eds (LAtimes, CNN.com, Foreign Affairs, among others) as well as more analytical pieces, including a book chapter entitled “Is Greece a Failing Developed State?” (Springer, 2011) and an essay entitled “Democratic Politics in Times of Austerity: The Limits of Forced Reform in Greece” in Perspectives on Politics in 2014.

My involvement and writings on the crisis led to me being invited to become one of the contributors for the Political Data Yearbook published by the European Journal of Political Research, a major journal of European political science. Richard Katz and Peter Mair began editing the Political Data Yearbook more than two decades ago as an annual special issue of the European Journal for Political Research, where “a network of established political scientists […] were to write individually authored reports on developments in their country during the previous year.”  Since 2010, I have published two co-authored entries (with George Th. Mavrogordatos, University of Athens) and four single authored ones.

2017. “Greece,” European Journal of Political Research Political Data Yearbook, Volume 56, Issue 1.

2016. “Greece,” European Journal of Political Research, Political Data Yearbook, Vol. 55, Issue 1, pp. 113–123.

2015. “Greece,” European Journal of Political Research Political Data Yearbook, Volume 54, Issue 1: 125-132.

2014. “Greece,” European Journal of Political Research Political Data Yearbook, Volume 53, Issue 1: 140-147.

2013. “Greece,” European Journal of Political Research Political Data Yearbook, Volume 52, Issue 1: 87–95.

2012. “Greece,” European Journal of Political Research Political Data Yearbook, Volume 51, Issue 1: 122-128 (with George Th. Mavrogordatos).

2011. “Greece,” European Journal of Political Research Political Data Yearbook, Volume 50, Issue 7-8: 985-990 (with George Th. Mavrogordatos).

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