Tag Archives: Platon Tinios

Dec 9 2016

Gender and the Greek crisis: towards a risk assessment

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By Antigone Lyberaki and Platon Tinios The Greek crisis is uniquely long and deep; while it is unfolding, secular trends in ageing, technology and globalization are changing the ways people work and how economics shapes attitudes. Add to this that … Continue reading

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Jan 19 2016

A quick guide to one more Greek Pension Reform

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By Platon Tinios Greek ruins tend to be picturesque, blending destroyed architectural fragments with dramatic settings. The succession of columns, marbles and pediments, after a few repetitions, becomes confusing; only the tourist with the good guidebook finds her way around. … Continue reading

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Nov 12 2015

Pension Poor and Housing rich in Greece? A generational perspective argues for policy entrepreneurship

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By Platon Tinios The Greek crisis can be framed as an ageing narrative. Greece confronted dilemmas that all ageing societies are bound to face. For example, it was forced in June 2015 to choose between discharging a legal obligation – … Continue reading

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