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Cardiff, 2013 | Greek Politics Specialist Group (GPSG)

Cardiff, 2013

63rd Political Studies Association Annual International Conference
The Party’s Over?
25 – 27 March 2013
City Hall Cardiff

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Joint Panel of the German Politics and Greek Politics Specialist Groups
The Eurozone crisis between Germany, Greece and Italy: Characteristics and implications of Germany’s economic leadership in Europe

Session 12 (Wednesday 27 March 2013, 16.00 – 17.30)

Chair: Dan Greenwood, University of Westminster
Moderator: Graham Timmins, University of Birmingham

Panel Abstract

Lothar Funk (University of Applied Sciences Duesseldorf): 'The Debate on German economic hegemony: misleading or enlightening?'

Christian Schweiger (Durham University), 'What about sovereignty? The political implications of the Eurozone fiscal compact'

Ben Clements (University of Leicester), Kyriaki Nanou (University of Oxford), Susannah Verney (University of Athens), 'The Eurozone crisis and public attitudes towards the European Union in Greece'

Andrea Giuricin (University of Milan Bicocca), 'The European Government of Mario Monti and the euroscepticism of Italy'


Greek Politics Specialist Group Panel
Multidisciplinary approaches to the Greek crisis

Session 6 (Tuesday 26 March 2013, 11:00 – 12:30)

Chair: Dr Dimitris Tsarouhas (Bilkent University)
Discussant: Dr Theofanis Exadaktylos (University of Surrey)

Panel Abstract

Zeki Sarigil and Dimitris Tsarouhas (Bilkent University), 'Political Diffusion at Critical Junctures: Comparing Political Economy Trajectories in Greece and Turkey'

Aris Trantidis (King’s College, London), 'The beginning of the storm: Mitsotakis’ reform agenda and the political ascendancy of informal veto-players'

Emmanuel Heretakis (University of Athens), 'The mass media, fair play and other obsessions'
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