By R. Prouska, M. Kapsali
A entire photo of the Greek company method and administration practices positioned in a comparative context. The editors assemble wisdom from modern study in a accomplished, analytical and comparative approach that allows readers to work out the Greek approach in a holistic approach.
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It seemed that being a member of the Eurozone had limited the policy options available to Greece to resolve this crisis. In the 1950s 20 Politics and up until the 1980s, the economy could be stimulated with monetary policies, but now the government’s sole option was to cut costs. Before joining the Eurozone, Greece could print new money and inject it into the system by purchasing outstanding debt, but this is no longer an option. , 2010). The austerity measures led to protests, clashes with police on the streets of Athens and general strikes (The Guardian, 24 April 2010).
After the Catastrophe, the military had gained political significance that lasted from 1922 until the end of the ‘Colonels’ dictatorship’ in 1974, and was involved many times in coups, always using the ‘communist threat’ to intimidate the population. However, it was the last king of Greece, Constantine II, who triggered a course of events that led to a dictatorship that ruled the country from 1967 to 1974. The young king wanted to play an active role and exercise power like his predecessors, so he dismissed the centralist Prime Minister Papandreou in 1965, creating a constitutional crisis that finally led in April 1967 to a dictatorship beyond his control.