The Future of the Greek Economy
The Future of the Greek Economy
Three Harvard Business School professors delve into the Greek economic crisis.
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01 Jul 2015  

The economy of Greece is in the depths of despair – a fitting topic for a Greek tragedy. As investor Wilbur Ross (MBA 1961) has poignantly put it, “The country that brought us democracy may now take itself into chaos.”

We asked three Harvard Business School professors to offer their thoughts, available at the links below:

“The government’s promises that life as the Greeks have come to know it could go on as usual were out of sync with reality.”

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“In a world economy increasingly polarized between the U.S. and China, it is myopic for Europe not to seek even closer integration.”

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“To reach an agreement, Greece needs to build trust and confidence in its ability to become competitive again.”

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