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Perry Gogas 15xx (2)Dr. Periklis Gogas is a frequent contributor to The Business Thinker magazine. He is an Assistant Professor of Economic Analysis and international Economics, Department of International Economics and Development, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece

Dr. Ioannis Pragidis is a co-author for the Business Thinker magazine.
He is a Lecturer of Economic Analysis at the Department of Business Administration, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece

Ioannis PragidisTowards Consolidation
After the crisis of 2008, governments and investors have been looking forward to the next day. After four years of fighting hard to restore liquidity in the global system, we face the difficulties arising from the slow growth of the real economy in almost all developed countries. The financial analysis of the Eurozone crisis gives way to the need to develop and implement a long-term economic policy. After 11 years of the euro crisis and with strong data in hand, we can factor in a satisfactory degree of certainty with some useful conclusions on the functioning of the euro area economy. In addition, the zone’s future now perhaps for the first time since the outbreak of the crisis is expected to be less dark and uncertain.

Palgrave Macmillan Private Higher Education in Post-Communist Europe: In Search of Legitimacy (Issues in Higher Education)
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Diaries of a military vet in higher education

2013-05-11 09:47:44 by BreitBart

I’m currently a student working on my undergraduate degree at Santa Clara University (SCU). SCU is a private Catholic (Jesuit) institution. After having lived in Europe and spent three tours of duty in Iraq, I have a good understanding of global issues. I thought coming to school would broaden my horizons both in business and in liberal arts. Unfortunately, both have been disappointing because of the curriculum taught at this school. We all know that academia leans way left, but the problem is how far it leans and how indoctrinated/polarized graduates are.
Indoctrination was the norm for the Taliban in Afghanistan and for many places in Iraq under Saddam Hussein

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