Sisyphean Tactics and Manoeuvring of the Greek Debt Crisis Post-2015: A Dead-end Crisis Management Paradigm

ULUSLARARASI İLİŞKİLER, VOLUME 15, NUMBER 58, 2018

Nicolas PAPANASTASOPOULOS*

ABSTRACT

The field of crisis management in public policy (both in its internal and external aspect) is currently facing a number of essential and important challenges with theoretical, institutional and political dimensions. This paper aims at deconstructing existing limitations by bringing together the necessary inter-disciplinary elements. The paper attempts to analyze Greek public policy and the government’s capacities to cope with a turbulent (geo)political environment. At the same time, an effort is made to analyze the way the Greek political personnel managed the debt crisis. In this context, the discussion combines both theoretical and empirical approaches.

Keywords: Crisis Management, Greek Debt Crisis, Crisis, Paradigm, Sisyphus

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* Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of International, European and Regional Studies, Panteion University, Athens.


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