International Affairs
22 December 2011 , Volume 67, Number 6

Much has been written on the sovereign Greek debt problem, but very little has had substance and analytical rigour. The dominant view has been that the Greek debt is the creation of a clientelistic political system that has historically resulted in a bloated and inefficient public sector, unable to collect taxes. This is not a serious view.

Authors

Vassilis Fouskas

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