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Game Over: The Inside Story of the Greek Crisis (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 26. Mai 2016

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George Papaconstantinou was the point man in the Greek economic and financial crisis. When he became Finance Minister in October 2009, he uncovered the true extent of Greece’s fiscal troubles, went on to participate in all the European discussions and efforts to create a support mechanism for Greece, and negotiated the 110 billion Euro loan agreement with the EU and the IMF, together with the package of fiscal, structural and financial policies which went along with the largest loan ever received by a country.

During his tenure as Finance Minister in this critical period for Greece and Europe, he overhauled the budget process, put in place expenditure monitoring and assessment mechanisms, and created an independent statistical authority; embarked on tax reform, with legislative and organizational changes to combat tax evasion; implemented wide-ranging structural reforms in product, service and financial markets; and designed a large-scale privatization program. When he left office, the public deficit was 6 percentage points of GDP lower, Greece had recovered half the competitiveness lost since Eurozone entry and was the fastest reforming OECD country – a huge adjustment effort with however an equally large economic and social cost. In the process, he also became the perfect scapegoat for all the troubles of the country, ending up in a trial by a special court for his handling of the so-called Lagarde list – a gruelling personal ordeal which he powerfully describes in the book.

George was born in Athens in 1961, and studied economics in the UK and the US. After obtaining a Ph.D from the London School of Economics, he went on to work for 10 years as an international civil servant at the OECD in Paris. In 1997, he returned to Greece to serve in a policy advisory capacity for the Greek government under Prime Minister Kostas Simitis. He ran for parliament for the first time in 2000, was elected in 2007, became party spokesman, and in 2009 headed the PASOK list for the June European Parliament elections. He resigned as an MEP a few months after being elected, upon being appointed Finance Minister in the government formed by George Papandreou following the October 2009 elections.

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3.0 von 5 Sternen A lecture on what populism does to countries 9. Mai 2017
Von Adelina Marini - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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For those who have been covering or were closely following the Greek crisis, a lot in this book will be familiar. There are not many new revelations, but the sober analysis of a former finance minister. He focuses a lot on the politics behind all the rescue efforts. He seems frank in the book and his conclusions and recommendations are worth reading. The book is very timely not only because Greece is still a hot issue but also because it could serve as a textbook of what populism can do to countries
5.0 von 5 Sternen The inside story of the challenges of the Greek Financial Crusi. 1. November 2016
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Very informative ; well written personal account of significant historical events of the Greek Financial crisis, its origins , the in close interactions if the EU, it's individual country members ,the attempted solutions , and the political fallout. Fascinating.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great read 6. Dezember 2016
Von Daphne Hatsopoulos - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Even though I was familiar with the Greek crisis, I found the book extremely interesting because there was a lot of inside and personal detail that I didn't know. It became a bit technical toward the end, but it was a great read overall.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Good story. 23. Oktober 2016
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Very interesting and well written story. I wish the end included chapter where Mr. Papaconstantinou listed the lessons learned and what he would have done different if he could turn back the clock.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Informative and easy to read 29. Juni 2016
Von Elias Vlanton - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A memoir by the Greek finance minister at the start of the 2009 euro crisis. Best summary of the various bailouts of Greece up to the present that I have read.
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