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Is the Worst Over for the Eurozone?

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Monti Expects Agreement on Firewall this Month as Crisis Abates" (David Tweed, Bloomberg; March 1, 2012)

A TEXT POST

Tangible Impact of the Debt Crisis

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A TEXT POST

The Bailout and What’s Next For Greece

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A VIDEO

Prof. Yannis Ioannides interviewed on Bloomberg (Feb. 9, 2012)

A TEXT POST

Additional Resources on Greece, Eurozone

Professor Richard Eichenberg is following events in Greece and the Eurozone closely, and is keeping a public Trunk page with links to scholarly analyses, daily features, opinion polls and more.

We will periodically repost some of the pieces he is looking at.

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Austerity and Arrests?

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A TEXT POST

Greece, the Eurozone and the Debt Crisis

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Prof. Yannis Ionnides sheds light on the roots of the crisis, as well as why Greece has strong incentives to remain in the Eurozone.

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Following Developments in Greece and the Eurozone

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With events in the Eurozone—and Greece in particular—unfolding by the minute, from new bailout plans, to harsher austerity measures, to national strikes, and riots, the IR Program has asked some faculty to provide their insights, as well as share with us other analyses they have come across.

We will periodically add new commentary, links, and video over the coming days and weeks. For a full rundown of all Eurozone-related posts, visit tuftsir.tumblr.com/tagged/eurozone.