Celebrating the publication of GreeSE Paper No.100!‏

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Prof. Kevin Featherstone

Prof. Kevin Featherstone

Celebrating 100 Publications!

We are delighted to announce and celebrate with you the publication of GreeSE Paper No.100
In a year of milestones for the Hellenic Observatory, 2016 sees a notable one also for the GreeSE Paper Series with the publication of its 100th issue. Over the past years, the Hellenic Observatory Discussion Papers have received a high volume of website downloads, abstract views and journal citations. It is safe to conclude that the Series remains a reputable point of reference for current research in Greece and Cyprus, with a wide readership and high visibility.Since its establishment, the Series has covered an ever widening spectrum of themes and disciplines. Our anniversary centenary issue provides an empirical and theoretical analysis of the Greek Crisis of 2010, and is the culmination of nine years of rigorous and fulfilling academic work which has always stood at the core of the GreeSE Paper Series.GreeSE Paper No.100 ‘The Analytics of the Greek Crisis’, authored by Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas (UC Berkeley, NBER and CEPR Group Chief Economist), Thomas Philippon (NYU Stern and NBER), and Dimitri Vayanos (London School of Economics, NBER and CEPR) is now available – click here to read.

We hope you enjoy this celebratory issue and that you will continue to follow the GreeSE Paper Series and find the publications relevant and estimable sources of research.

The Series encourages external submissions of papers that fall within the aims and scope of the Hellenic Observatory. To find out more about our GreeSE Paper Series, how to submit and to view the list of all 100 publications please visit lse.ac.uk/ho/GreeSE
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