The study presents proposals for upgrading the financial system and strengthening its capacity to finance the private sector.
What are the views of Greek citizens regarding the economy, the role the state plays in their lives, but also employment and gender issues? Also, how do the Greeks live in 2022?
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How have a decade-long financial crisis, a global pandemic and a war in Europe impacted on the attitudes and opinions of the Greeks? The first part of the new “wave” of a major survey by diaNEOsis.
A new study of diaNEOsis reports on the problem of obesity in Greece and proposes a series of actions to address it.
Fay Makantasi and Ilias Valentis are analyzing the state of the Greek economy amid uncertainties in connection with the course of the pandemic and various new sources of risk, such as the energy crisis, the global wave of inflation, and the war in Ukraine.
Why are more and more foreign films and TV series being filmed in Greece? This is the story of a major—and partly wasted—economic opportunity.
A new survey on the views and attitudes of Greeks, concerning the pandemic crisis, vaccinations, and the overall ramifications permeating their everyday life.
A research team coordinated by professor Costas Kartalis from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens examined the impact of climate change on tourism, agriculture and on urban life in the decades to come.
A new diaNEOsis' study outlines the beliefs of the greek diaspora members in the UK.
How do Greeks live during the second lockdown? How do they handle its second, deadly wave? What do they hope for their future, and how do they feel about the upcoming vaccinations against Covid-19?
Paradigm Shifts: The COVID-19 Crisis In The Light Of The 1929 Great Crash And The 2008 Financial Crisis
Professor of comparative politics, Gerasimos Moschonas, analyzes similarities and differences between major crises of the past and the coronavirus pandemic.
As globalisation retreats and nation-states become more assertive, the international problems asking for solutions proliferate. Geopolitics Professor George Prevelakis analyses the main geopolitical tensions of our times and the way the pandemic will accelerate change.
How did Greeks feel after a month in confinement? How has the pandemic affected our faith in institutions? How many of us "stayed home" and what did we do there? A new survey by diaNEOsis depicts the life, concerns and expectations of Greeks as the gravest crisis of our time is unfolding.
Our country could generate tens of billions of Euros annually attracting retirees, those seeking to combine medical treatment with travel, and vacationers looking for health and wellness options. It is a big market, and an even bigger—currently under-exploited—opportunity.