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The alternative of Metternich | Aristides Hatzis

Aristides Hatzis’s article titled “The alternative of Metternich” published on 02.08.2020 in Kathimerini newspaper. The article explores Klemens von Metternich’s – German prince and Austrian diplomat (1809-1848) – involvement in Greek Independence War. Aristides Hatzis is a Professor of Philosophy of Law & Theory of Institutions at the University of Athens, and Director of Research at KEFiM. He…

Wage costs and productivity in manufacturing: Their relationship over time and the situation today | Study

Researchers: Nikos Solomitros | Economist, KEFiM’s research associate Constantinos Saravakos | KEFiM’s researcher The research examines the evolution of the association between wages (compensation per employee) and productivity (gross value added at current prices per employee) in the manufacturing sector in Greece, aiming to conclude on the effect of this relationship on the competitiveness and…

Survey charts perceptions of 1821 Greek Revolution | Article in Kathimerini

On July, 8 KEFiM published the first opinion poll “How the Greeks see the Revolution of 1821”. The poll is part of our educational program Greece 2021: Bicentennial of the Liberal Revolution and aims to find out what the Greeks know and how they think of the 1821 Greek War of Independence against the Ottoman Empire. This project was…

Watch our online discussion on the financial implications of Covid-19

Our online event, titled “Social and Economic Consequences of the Pandemic” that took place 7.05.2020 at 18:00 is now available on our YouTube channel. Speakers: Tassos Avrantinis lawyer, President of the Institute of Fiscal Studies, Member of the Board of Directors of KEFiM, Panayiotis Evaggelopoulos Assistant Professor of Economics at University of Peloponnese, Member of…

Who and how will govern this place?| Aristides Hatzis

Aristides Hatzis’s article titled “Who and how is going to govern this country” published on 08.03.2020  in Kathimerini newspaper. Aristides Hatzis is a Professor of Philosophy of Law & Theory of Institutions at the University of Athens, and Director of Research at KEFiM. He studied law, economics, philosophy, and history and he received his doctorate…

How Ioannis Kapodistrias closed churches and defeated the epidemic | Aristides Hatzis

Aristides Hatzis’s article about how Ioannis  Kapodistrias, the first head of state of independent Greece (1827-31) closed churches and defeated the epidemic, published on 22.03.2020 in Protagon.gr. Aristides Hatzis is a Professor of Philosophy of Law & Theory of Institutions at the University of Athens, and Director of Research at KEFiM. He studied law, economics,…

How Ioannis Kapodistrias imposed the first quarantine for a plague epidemic | Aristides Hatzis at MEGA channel

Aristides Hatzis’s interview on MEGA channel about how Ioannis Kapodistrias, the first head of state of independent Greece (1827-31),  imposed the first quarantine for a plague epidemic, shown on 25 March 2020. Aristides Hatzis is a Professor of Philosophy of Law & Theory of Institutions at the University of Athens, and Director of Research at…