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Eye on Greece

Syriza’s left-wing opposition party victory has raised fears about Greece’s future in the euro. But what are the odds of Greece leaving, and the consequences if they do? Bruegel, the Brussels-based think tank, under the title “Eye on Greece” offers the latest contributions Bruegel has produced to foster debate and provide policy recommendations on Greece. …
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State of Play of Rugby in Spain

Based on a survey of clubs, regional federations and Spain’s National Federation of Rugby, IESE’s Center for Sport Busines Management has published an in-depth report on the sporting, organizational and economic state of play of rugby in Spain. The report also analyzes the type of technical and administrative structures in use at the country’s rugby …
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Report on the European economy 2011

The 10th report of the European Economic Advisory Group (EEAG) on the European Economy focuses on the European public debt crisis and features contributions from IESE Prof. Xavier Vives. The study analyzes the origins of the crisis, predicts how it will affect the European economy and sets the foundations for a new system of economic …
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Greece and the IMF

The Greek economic situation is causing concern both within and far beyond the EU’s borders. Greece recently reached an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), The European Commission (EC), and the European Central Bank (ECB) on a focused program to stabilize its economy, to make it more competitive and to restore market confidence. The …
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Economic Survey of Greece 2009

(CC) ++zola++/Flickr The OECD has published the Economic Survey of Greece 2009. Greece initially held up better during the early stages of the global economic crisis than many other OECD countries. It is unlikely, however, to completely avoid a recession as confidence, tourism and shipping receipts have all fallen substantially. The financial sector may face …
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