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The Challenges of Administrative Reform in Greece

                                            Private seminar:
                The Challenges of Administrative Reform in Greece 
                

Dr Evy Christofilopoulou
Greek Deputy Minister for Administrative Reform

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event details

Date

Friday, 1 November 2013

Time

14:30 - 15:30

Venue

Canada Blanch Room, Cowdray House, LSE 

Chair Professor Kevin Featherstone, Hellenic Observatory Director, LSE

Evy Christofilopoulou, an LSE alumna, joined a private seminar for the Hellenic Observatory to discuss ‘The Challenges of Administrative Reform in Greece’.  Guests included senior academics from across the School, including her PhD supervisor, Professor Patrick Dunleavy, staff, and students.

Dr. Christofilopoulou graduated from LSE with a PhD in Government. She had previously obtained her MSc at the LSE.

The seminar was chaired by Kevin Featherstone, the Director of the Hellenic Observatory.  Dr. Christofilopoulou spoke of the progress Greece is making in addressing the need for administrative reform. She reported that Greece was ahead of the relevant targets agreed with the ‘Troika’ as part of Greece’s ‘bail-out’ loans. Dr. Christofilopoulou answered a range of questions from the seminar guests.

 

EVENT PHOTOS

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  Professor Patrick Dunleavy, of LSE Government;
and Dr Evy Christofilopoulou 

 

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 Professor Kevin Featherstone, Hellenic Observatory;
Dr Evy Christofilopoulou;
and H.E. Mr Konstantinos Bikas, Ambassador of Greece

 

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Professor Kevin Featherstone chairing the seminar

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The public in Canada Blanch Room

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