Programme on Contemporary Greece
We are pleased to announce the publication of a paper by the Chairman of the Hellencic Advisory Board, Mr Nikos Karamouzis, entitled 'The Price of Uncertainty. The importance of credibility and market trust in economic policy: The case of Greece'. The paper is co-authored with Anthony Kouleimanis.
Please click here for a summary of the paper.
Second Αnnual Μeeting of the Hellenic Advisory Board of South East European Studies at Oxford (SEESOX) at the Onassis Library, Athens (23 October 2018)
The Hellenic Advisory Board met in Athens on 23 October, under the Chairmanship of Nikolaos Karamouzis. This was the second meeting of the Board, and the first in Athens. By the kind invitation of the Onassis Foundation, and Antonis Papadimitriou personally, it took place in the Onassis Library. SEESOX briefed the Board on Greek studies in Oxford, and the role of SEESOX in the study of contemporary Greece; and on the progress of the Greek Diaspora Project. This led to a general discussion on the development and future of the Project, with many ideas for future collaboration and synergies with other actors. The Board agreed that SEESOX is well-placed to take a central role in coordinating efforts and activities related to the diaspora, and act as a hub between diaspora initiatives. The Director of SEESOX, Othon Anastasakis, said that all these very useful recommendations will be followed up. The next meeting of the Board will take place in Oxford in 2019.
First Αnnual Μeeting of the Hellenic Advisory Board of South East European Studies at Oxford (SEESOX) at the University of Oxford (26 May 2017)
The first annual meeting of its Hellenic Advisory Board took place on Friday 26 May 2017 at the University of Oxford. It was chaired by Nikolaos Karamouzis, Chairman of the Hellenic Bank Association (HBA), Chairman of the Board of Directors, Eurobank Ergasias SA and Emeritus Professor at the University of Piraeus, Greece. The Board discussed the Greek activities at SEESOX, including its flagship project on the Greek Diaspora. During their visit to Oxford, the members of the Hellenic Advisory Board had the opportunity to meet with the Chancellor of the University of Oxford, the Right Honourable the Lord Patten of Barnes, and to participate in a roundtable discussion on “Brexit and its impact on Europe with Oxford Professors.