RealTime: Greece — what next?

What will be the future of Greece and the Eurozone after the national referendum in which Greece backed the Syriza government? European leaders say the failure to reach the deal with Greece’s creditors will most likely push Greece to leave the Eurozone.


Speakers of the webinar:

  • Prof. Steve Hanke – Professor of Applied Economics and the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and a Senior Fellow and Director of the Troubled Currencies Project at the Cato Institute in Washington, D.C.
  • Dr. Christopher A. Hartwell, CASE President
  • Dr. Andrea Montanino – Director of the Atlantic Council’s Global Business and Economics Programme and former Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in charge of Albania, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal, and San Marino.
  • Dr. Vassilis Monastiriotis – professor in the London School of Economics and Political Science, specialising among others in Greek macroeconomic

The webinar was moderated by Katarzyna Sidło, Research and Communications Assosiate at CASE.

Click here to watch the webinar about Political economy in Ukraine.


Realtime: Political economy of Ukraine

The webinar will be about the Political Economy of Ukraine.

Anders Åslund, Senior Fellow at Peterson Institute for International Economics, Chairman of the CASE Advisory Council;
Oleh Havrylyshyn, Professor at Toronto University and the Joint Vienna Institute, CASE Fellow;
Christopher Hartwell, President of CASE.

The webinar is organised together with the Centre for Social and Economic Research (CASE) and will be moderated by Andrew Wrobel, Head of Content at Why Emerging Europe.

To ask questions on Twitter, use #EErealtime.

CASE regularly comments on the situation in Ukraine and releases publications related to the economic topics in CEE countries. Read the latest publication on the condition of SME’s in Ukraine: Transfer of Know-how for Small and Mid-size Businesses in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. White Paper Ukraine.