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International Journal of Financial Engineering and Risk Management

International Journal of Financial Engineering and Risk Management (IJFERM)

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  • The chronicle of Greek economy development and prospects since its entry in EMU   Order a copy of this article
    by CHARALAMPOS BASDEKIS, Ioannis Katsampoxakis, Dimitrios Moutsios 
    Abstract: The goal of this paper is to assess the influence of specific macro and market features on the Greek economic crisis and to predict the future output of the Greek economy. Time series data analysis is applied for the period 2002
    Keywords: economic growth; economic crisis; financial crisis; investments; current account; public debt; bond yields; deficit; employment; capital markets.
    DOI: 10.1504/IJFERM.2022.10052445