Welcome to the Greek Politics Specialist Group

The Greek Politics Specialist Group (GPSG) of the UK’s Political Studies Association (PSA) is an international, non-profit network of leading experts on Greek politics.

We support research on Greek political and social affairs, organise scholarly events and provide a link between academic experts, practitioners and the media.

“Although only a few may originate a policy, we are all able to judge it…
We do not look upon discussion as a stumbling block in the way of political action,
but as an indispensable preliminary to acting wisely….”

Pericles (cited in Karl Popper’s “The Open Society and Its Enemies”)

 

Latest News

“The Fundamentals of Research Design and Quantitative Analysis for Social Scientists” seminar

Announcement: The selection of participants has been completed

18-22 December 2017, Athens

In collaboration with the Centre for Political Research, Panteion University

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“The Fundamentals of Research Design and Quantitative Analysis for Social Scientists” seminar

18-22 December 2017, Athens

Deadline for participation: 15/11/2017

In collaboration with the Centre for Political Research, Panteion University

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Joint Call for Papers for the 68th PSA annual conference

26-28 March 2018, Cardiff, UK

Topic: “Populist Parties in Established Party Systems: Impact, Relationships and Competition”

Deadline for Paper Proposals: 23 October 2017

In collaboration with French Politics, German Politics, Irish Politics, Italian Politics, Nordic Politics,

Parliaments, Populism, and Rhetoric and Politics Specialist Groups

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Call for Papers for the 68th PSA annual conference

26-28 March 2018, Cardiff, UK

Topic: All aspects of Greek society and politics.

Deadline for Paper Proposals: 23 October 2017

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GPSG Working Paper Special Mini-Series
Migrant Integration in Greece: Barriers to Multiculturalism
In collaboration with the University of Peloponnese

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A new chapter for the Greek Politics Specialist Group
Statement by the Convenors
27 February 2017

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GPSG/HPSA Joint Roundtable
Brexit: Challenging the status quo
Watch the roundtable here
Thursday, 24 November 2016, 5.30pm
Panteion University, Athens

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GPSG Statement on the UK government’s decision to ban foreign academics from advising on Brexit

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