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 pressures from a contracting real estate sector and its exposure to the emerging economies of South Eastern Europe. The report features recommendations about fiscal policy, the financial sector, structural policies and education.
The complete edition of the survey is available to the IESE community here.