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Panels & Papers

                                                        Thursday, 6 June 2013

SESSION I (12:00 - 13:30)

 Panel 1: ECONOMICS 1.
 Chair: Professor Costas Lapavitsas (University of London)

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Dimakopoulou Vasiliki-Eirini

Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece

Sudden Stops in the Eurozone; The Greek Case.|

Giannadaki Giouli

University of Crete, Greece

Culture and Economy: The role of culture in the history of economic thought.|

Politof Cleo

Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Greece

Financialisation and Greece: another Greek exceptionalism?| 

Maris Georgios

University of Peloponnese, Greece

Keynes and the Eurozone’s Crisis|

 

 Panel 2: POLITICAL ECONOMY
 Chair: Professor Achilleas Mitsos (University of Aegean)

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Ioannidis Yiorgos
University of Crete, Greece

Creating Markets out of Nothing: The Case of the Continuing Education System in Greece.|

Kutlay Mustafa
Koç University, Turkey

Economic Crises and Dynamics of Policy Change in Reactive States: A Comparative Political Economy of Greece and Turkey.|

Papadopoulos Theocharis & Triantopoulos Christos
Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece

'Unionist Corporate Governance’ in Greece.|

 

 Panel 3: GREEK FOREIGN POLICY 1.
 Chair: Dr Spyros Economides (London School of Economics)

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Briana Maria
Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Greece

Economic and Cultural Diplomacy at the grassroots level.| 

Zelikson Denis
State University - Higher School of Economics, Russia

Greek Geopolitical Imperatives in the Western Balkans.|

 

 Panel 4: POLITICAL CULTURE 1.
 Chair: Dr Spyros Kosmidis (University of Oxford)

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Loukidou Katerina
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Formal and informal civil society associations in Greece: two sides of the same coin?|

Paganopoulos Michelangelo
Goldsmiths, University of London, UK

The Gift of the Monks and the Economic Avaton of Athos.|

Philipp Carolin
University of Kassel, Germany & Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Greece

Spaces of Resistance - Perceptions and Practices in the Cracks of 'Capitalism in Crisis'.| 

 

 Panel 5: CYPRUS 1.
 Chair: Dr Nikos Skoutaris (London School of Economics)

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Amaral Joana
University of Kent, UK

Mediating Among the Elites and Grassroots: Explaining Differential Community Support in the Good Friday Agreement and the Annan Plan Referendums.| 

Avraamidou Maria
Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus

Postcolonial Communication: Mediating Cyprus Partition.|  

Beysoylu Cemaliye
University of Leeds, UK

Local Political Responses to European Integration: The case of North Cyprus.|

Kacziba Peter
University of Pecs, Hungary & University of Macedonia, Greece

Unification or Partition - Lessons from Bosnia for Cyprus.|

 

SESSION II (16:30 - 18:00) 

 Panel 1: ECONOMICS 2.
 Chair:  Dr Vassilis Monastiriotis (London School of Economics)

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Armaou Ermophily
University of Macedonia, Greece

The Arts Sector in Greece: literature review on revenue diversification.|

Kostakis Ioannis
Harokopio University of Athens, Greece

The determinants of households’ savings during recession: Evidence from Greece.|
Mylonas Naoum
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Illustrating creativity’s role on female entrepreneurship in Greece.|

 

 Panel 2: POLITICAL CULTURE 2.
 Chair:  Dr Rebecca Bryant (London School of Economics)

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Diakoumakos George
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Greek politics and culture: The main Greek (political) subcultures.|

Ntampoudi Ioanna
Aston University, UK

The Good Guys, the Bad Guys and the Ugly Debt: The Eurozone Crisis and the Politics of Blaming.|

Selmic Radman
Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Orientalization of Greece’s Crisis.|

 

 Panel 3: MIGRATION & MINORITIES 1.
 Chair:  Professor Dimitris Papadimitriou (University of Manchester)

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Chousein Sule
Bogazici University, Turkey

Between Greece and Turkey: Migration Patterns of Western Thracian Minority.|

Papadopoulou Dora
Middlesex University, UK

Mixed Muslim-Christian couples in Greece: To convert or not to convert?|

Velivasaki Eleni
University of Macedonia, Greece
Multiple Pluralities, Islamic minority legal orders in Greece: the case of Thrace.|

 

 Panel 4: ENVIRONMENTAL & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
 Chair: Dr Daniel Knight (London School of Economics)

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Manolis Ioannis
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece  

Analyzing the EU impact on Greek environmental policy: between external pressure and domestic peculiarities.|

Taliouris Vagelis
University of Crete, Greece

The CSR Public Policy in European Union and Greece.|
Zafeiropoulos Anastasios
Athens University of Business and Economics, Greece
Veto Players and Corruption in the EU.|

 

 Panel 5: CYPRUS 2.
 Chair: Dr Vassilis Hajivassiliou (London School of Economics)

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Kirlappos Andreas
University of Cyprus, Cyprus

Local Governance Actors in Times of Economic Crisis: Evidence from the Republic of Cyprus.|

Pantelopoulos George
University of Peloponnese, Greece
Levels of Human Capital, Gender Education and Foreign Direct Investment in Greece and Cyprus: New Empirical Tests.|
 

                                                           Friday, 7 June 2013

                                                       SESSION I (10:00 - 11:30)   

 Panel 1: ECONOMICS 3.
 Chair: Dr Vassilis Monastiriotis (London School of Economics)

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Balfousia Panagiota
Athens University of Business and Economics, Greece

Cost economies and market power in the Greek food industry.|

Baltas Konstantinos
Queen Mary University, UK

Liquidity creation through M&As. A viable solution for vulnerable banking systems? Evidence from a stress test under a PVAR methodology.|

Voulgaraki Maria
University of Crete, Greece
Forecasting sales and intervention analysis of durable products in the Greek market. Empirical evidence from the new car retail sector.|

 

 Panel 2: MIGRATION & MINORITIES 2.
 Chair: Dr Theofanis Exadaktylos (University of Surrey & London School of Economics)

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Borreca Raffaele
University of Peloponnese, Greece

The myth of Europa: Greek Nation-state, Europeanisation and European Identity.|

Bousiou Alexandra
National and Kapodistrian
University of Athens, Greece

Lining a comparative analysis of post-cold war migration policies of liberal democratic states.|

Koutsouraki Eleni
Université Panthéon-Assas Paris II. “Cotutelle”, France & Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Greece
Greece and the Common European Asylum System.|

 

 Panel 3: POLITICS 1.
 Chair:  Professor Kevin Featherstone (London School of Economics)

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Cakmak Gizem & Postaci Asli
Yeditepe University, Turkey  

The Rise of Extreme Right in Europe: The Case of Greece.| 
Karampampas Sotirios
University of Sheffield, UK
Cycles of Protests and the ‘Rise of the Extremes’: Political Violence in Greece in the Era of the Economic Crisis.|

 

 Panel 4: HEALTH & SOCIAL POLICY
 Chair: Professor Achilleas Mitsos (University of Aegean)

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Manolitzas Panagiotis
Technical University of Crete, Greece

Reforming the Hospitals in Greece: An integrated framework for improving the health care services in an Emergency Department.|

Tzagkarakis Stelios &
Kamekis Apostolos
University of Crete, Greece

The impact of economic recession in Greece on welfare rights.|

 

 Panel 5: CYPRUS 3.
 Chair: Dr Rebecca Bryant (London School of Economics)

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Emmanouilidou Panagiota
University of Strasbourg, France & Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Greece

Revisiting human right in occupation: the European Court of Human Rights in Cyprus.|

Hadjigeorgiou Nasia
King’s College London, UK

Going back to the basics: re-examining the usefulness of judicially protecting the right to property in Cyprus.|

Iordanou George
University of Warwick, UK
Bicommunal Constitutionalism to Multicultural Citizenship.|  
  

                                                       SESSION II (12:00 - 13:30)

 Panel 1: FOREIGN POLICY 2.
 Chair:  Dr George Kyris (London School of Economics)

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Christofis Nikos

Leiden University, The Netherlands

Greek Leftist Foreign Policy or A Pie in the Sky: United Democratic Left and The Cyprus Question|

Tziarras Zenonas

University of Warwick, UK

The 'Israel-Cyprus-Greece' ‘Axis’ and Turkey: Prospects and Challenges.| 

 

 Panel 2: POLITICS 2.
 Chair: Dr Nikitas Konstantinidis (London School of Economics)

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Petraki Maria

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Poverty at the local level: The case of Athens.| 

Tsadari Sofia

National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Urban Transformations in times of crisis. Eleonas as a case study.|

 

 Panel 3: SOCIETY & JUSTICE
 Chair: Dr Spyros Kosmidis (University of Oxford)

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Kountouras Georgios

Democritus University of Thrace, Greece

The psychosocial dimension of volunteering in mental health.|

Panagos Konstantinos

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Victim-offender mediation in the Greek juvenile justice system: The Greek legislation in the light of restorative justice theory.|

 

 Panel 4: REGIONAL POLICY
 Chair: Dr Vassilis Monastiriotis (London School of Economics)

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Drakaki Elina
University of Crete, Greece

Developing on the fast track: Economic change and regional policy in Greece (1993-2010).|

Ioannidis Panagiotis
Democritus University of Thrace, Greece

Local Government Institutional Reforms and Cooperation among Local Actors: The Case of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace.|

Oikonomou George
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
The European Cohesion Policy and its Implementation in Greece.|

 

 Panel 5: CYPRUS & THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN
 Chair: Dr Nikos Skoutaris (London School of Economics)

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Papuccular Hazal
Bogazici University, Turkey

Between the Islands and the Mainland: The Economic Relations of the Dodecanese with Turkey in the Interwar Period.|

Paravantes Spero
University of Macedonia, Greece

Their ‘Apple of Discord’ or the Apple of Their Eye: How Greece helped the British to Secure Eastern Mediterranean and Western European Security, 1947-1948.|  
Xypolia Ilia
Keele University, UK
Cultural Propaganda and the Project of the British University in Cyprus.| 
  
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