CONFERENCE- Greece: Modernisation and Europe 20 years on
Greece: Modernisation and Europe 20 years on
Organised by the Hellenic Observatory, LSE
Drawing on the conference organised at the European Institute of LSE in November 1994, this retrospective conference asks participants to reflect on the modernisation of Greece, particularly over the past two decades. Panellists will focus on, among other topics, Greek public administration and the relevance of the 'modernisation' concept; the successes and failures of Greece’s economic modernisation programme over the last two decades; and the evolution of the Greek welfare state and social policy.
Has Greece been modernised and where are we now? Is modernisation still relevant to Greece in times of crisis? These and other questions will shape the discussion, as we ask social and economic scientists in and of Greece to reflect on the topic in relation to their own research.
Click here for the provisional Conference Programme.
Please note that the conference will be conducted in English.
This Conference is part of the 20th Anniversary Programme of the Hellenic Observatory. To celebrate this important milestone, the Observatory is hosting a series of special events in the UK, Greece and Cyprus. Visit the Anniversary page for more information.