The Greek Crisis: A Gandhian Perspective
Arvind Ashta () and
Christine Sinapi ()
Challenge, 2017, vol. 60, issue 2, 189-222
Greece has endured higher death rates, more suicides, increased prostitution, emigration, splitting up of families, rationing of bank withdrawals, and capital controls in the last few years. The authors believe the crisis is a result of inherent disadvantages in terms of trade. The Greeks need to look out for themselves and formulate appropriate tax policies.
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