|Author (Person)||Dullien, Sebastian|
|Series Details||Vol.51, No.4, July-August 2016|
|Publication Date||July 2016|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
This Intereconomics article is available for free at this page after an embargo period of two years. Reading it before then is possible via SpringerLink.In the debate about a possible exit of Greece from the euro area, Argentina is often referred to as an example – both by those in favour of and those warning of the adverse effects of a Grexit. Yet, while Argentina pulled off an impressive economic recovery after its 2001-02 crisis – one that goes beyond a mere commodity boom – there are important structural differences between the two countries, which still render a potential Grexit a very risky endeavour.
|Countries / Regions||Greece|