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This book reviews the profound transformation to the Greek political economy in recent years and considers the reasons that have led to this transformation. Further, the author explores the social experimentation and social diversity that evolved as a result of the Greek and international economic crises. By challenging various assumptions made about the crisis, the author sheds light on Greek social relations and the country’s particular type of capitalist development.

This book will be of value to both economists and sociologists, linking discussions about social class with economic, political and institutional analyses.

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