This project examines the causes of the social and economic crises in Greece and, in continuation, which perspectives that lie in the planning and works of the self-organized movement in Greece in terms of abating the social crisis or bring about social change. It is argued that the economic crisis is the outcome of the impact of the global financial crisis upon a highly indebted state and a generally incompetitive economy combined with neoliberal (crisis) policies in the EU. It has been found that the self-organized movement is not able to fully meet the social needs, but that there are, however, perspectives in the processes of empowerment of the self-organized movement that point to social change. It is argued that if a deepening of the social crisis is to be avoided, these perspectives must be followed and, if to be realized, are dependent upon a continuing expansion of the movement, a debt-default by the Greek state, the development of international non-capitalist productive structures and a coordination between these and a highly regulated capitalist economy.
|Uddannelser||Plan, By og Proces, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||8 jan. 2014|