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The Hellenic Observatory
European Institute
London School of Economics
Houghton Street
London WC2A 2AE

 

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Panels & Papers

                                                        Thursday, 2 June 2011

SESSION I (12:00 - 13:30)

  • Panel 1: GREEK FOREIGN POLICY TODAY
    Chair: Dr Spyros Economides, London School of Economics
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Skander Nasra
Ghent University, Belgium

Greece's role in EU foreign policy towards Turkey

Athanasios Grammenos
University of Macedonia, Greece

Diasporas and foreign policy: the Greek Americans

Leonidas Karakatsanis
University of Essex, UK

'Turkish-Greek Friendship' reiterated: a discursive approach to rapprochement

 

  • Panel 2: MINORITIES & MIGRATION
    Chair: Dr Gerasimos Konidaris, University of Sheffield

Christos Pallas
University of Essex, UK

Security, migration and culture: the case of Athens

Christos Iliadis
University of Essex, UK

Political logics and the emergence of the policy of 'administrative harassment' regarding the Turkish-Muslim minority in Greece

Ali Chouseinoglou
University of Sussex, UK

Increasing number of minority students from Western Thrace at Greek higher education: reflections of a new phenomenon in post-Cold War Greece

 
  • Panel 3: THE ECONOMY IN TROUBLED TIMES
    Chair: Dr Kostas Zachariadis, London School of Economics

Irene Sotiropoulou
University of Crete, Greece

Economic activity in Greece without the Euro

Eleni Pastrapa
Harokopio University, Greece

Estimating the determinants of loan demand: the case of Greek households

Konstantinos Moutsianas
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Financial stability and stress testing: the cases of Cyprus and Greece

Panagiotis Kontakos
University of Macedonia, Greece

Greek FDI in Turkey: the past decade and the future

 
  • Panel 4: CYPRUS IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
    Chair: Dr Giorgos Charalambous, London School of Economics

Evangelia Mathopoulou University of Cyprus, Cyprus

Immigrants and aliens in Cyprus: a first approach to British policy, 1880-1945

Andreas Eliades
University of Cyprus, Cyprus

NATO and the Cyprus insurgency 1955-1959

Antigoni Heraclidou
University of London, UK

The politics of teachers' training in Cyprus, 1923-1960

Ilia Xypolia
Keele University, UK

Please mind the context: the development of Turkish-Cypriot nationalism

Ellada Evangelou
Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus

Historical plays in Cyprus and Greece as indicators of the dominant socio-political hegemonic rhetoric

 
  • Panel 5: DOMESTIC POLITICS & THE EU
    Chair: Dr Dimitris Papadimitriou, University of Manchester

Theocharis Papadopoulos
Athens University of Economics & Business, Greece

Corporate governance in Greece and the EU factor

Nikos Nyfoudis
University of Crete, Greece

The role of NGOs in a New European Order

Triantafyllos Papafloratos
Panteion University of Social & Political Sciences, Greece

Corporate social responsibility in Europe

 

SESSION II (16:30 - 18:00) 

  • Panel 1: CYPRUS & THE CHANGING INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM
    Chair: Professor Alexis Heraclides, London School of Economics

Vasilis Kiliaris
University of Macedonia, Greece

NATO and Conflict-Resolution: the Cyprus Problem

Constantinos Adamides
University of Birmingham, UK

Cyprus conflict: evidence of institutionalized securitization

George Koukoudakis
National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

European integration and the limits of the realist paradigm: the case of Cyprus

Marilena Varnava
University of London, UK
Georgia Dimari
University of London, UK

1960 Cyprus Constitution: the conflicting interpretations and its repercussion on the future negotiations

 
  • Panel 2: APPLIED ECONOMICS
    Chair: Dr Chris Tsoukis, London School of Economics

Melina Solaki
Harokopio University, Greece

Relationship between education and GDP Growth: ? bi-variate causality analysis for Greece

Nikolaos Petridis
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Estimating a generalized Leontief knowledge production Function using non-linear mixed model: the case of OECD

Andri Kyrizi
University of Leicester, UK

Over-education in Cyprus

 
  • Panel 3: ICT & TECHNOLOGY
    Chair: Dr Elpida Prasopoulou, London School of Economics 
  • Panel 4: SECURITY CRISIS & MANAGEMENT   
    Chair: Dr Dimitris Papadimitriou, University of Manchester
 
 

                                                           Friday, 3 June 2011

SESSION I (9:30 - 11:00)

  • Panel 1: THE LABOUR MARKET & PRIVATIZATION
    Chair: Professor Kevin Featherstone, London School of Economics

Maria-Eleni Syrmali
Panteion University of Social & Political Sciences, Greece

Institutional reforms, Governance and Economic Growth: the Case of Greece

Charikleia Tzanakou
University of Warwick, UK

Greek employers' views on recruitment and the role of PhD graduates in the non academic sector: a snapshot

Sotirios Zartaloudis
London School of Economics, UK

Greek and Portuguese flexicurity reform stories: divergent Europeanization?

Eftychia Achtsioglou
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece 

Trade union rights in the legal order of the European Union: a legal and political challenge

 
  • Panel 2: DOMESTIC POLITICS
    Chair: Professor Christos Lyrintzis, University of Athens
  • Panel 3: SOCIAL CARE & SECURITY
    Chair: Dr Eleni Xiarchogiannopoulou, London School of Economics

Evgenia Moukanou
Democritus University of Thrace, Greece

The role of the informal care in the provision of elderly care in Greece

Nasia Kapakidou
Panteion University of Social & Political Sciences, Greece

The pension challenge: An assessment of occupation pension provision in Greece

Anastasia Karantzi
Democritus University of Thrace, Greece

Modern British drama as a central drama-therapeutic tool in counselling in adult education: strengthening social skills through groups of creative expression

 
  • Panel 4: THE ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH-EAST EUROPE
    Chair: Dr Elpida Prasopoulou, London School of Economics

Vasiliki Bouranta
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

The green movement in Greece: 1974-2002

Evangelos Taliouris
University of Crete, Greece

Is CSR a policy tool for Sustainable development in South Europe? Case study in Greece

Salomi Dimitriou
King's College of London, UK

Investigating the progress of climate change reporting in Cyprus

  

SESSION II (13:00 - 14:30)

  • Panel 1: GREECE & THE CHANGING INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM 
    Chair: Dr Philip Carabott, King's College London 

Jason Leech
King's College London, UK

Between the devil and the deep blue sea Greece at the Paris peace conference (1946) and the transition of Greek-Italian diplomatic relations from world war to cold war

Georgios Giannakopoulos
Queen Mary, University of London, UK

Observing Hellas in times of crisis: A.E Zimmern, A.J. Toynbee and the vicissitudes of Modern Greece

Angelos Chotzidis
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Fighting contraband in the European provinces of the Ottoman Empire (1881-1912): European bondholders vs. Ottoman smugglers and peasants

 
  • Panel 2: POLITICAL DISCOURSE & THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF MEANING
    Chair: Professor Christos Lyrintzis, University of Athens 
  • Panel 3: CIVIL SOCIETY-ORGANISATIONS, COMMUNITIES & NETWORKS
    Chair: Dr Dionyssis Dimitrakopoulos, Birkbeck College, UCL
  • Panel 4: COMMUNICATION & REPRESENTATIONS
    Chair: Dr Elpida Prasopoulou, London School of Economics

Evangelos Liotzis
National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Pornification and new media in Greece: the 'julia_porn' hashtag

Foteini Kalantzi
University of Macedonia, Greece

National identity in multicultural Greece: the role of the Greek press

Gerasimos Karoulas
National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Stamatis Poulakidakos
National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Political elites, propagandization and the presentation of the MoU in Greece

  
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