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Bogiopoulos Nikos

Bogiopoulos Nikos

Nikos Bogiopoulos was born in 1967 in Athens.  He studied at the Economics Department of the University of Athens.  He has been working since 1992 as a journalist at Rizospasti.

He has collaborated with radio stations and magazines.  Former books: the Balkans – 78 days NATO’s “target” (Contemporary Era Editions); and in cooperation with Dimitris Milakas, Football:  A religion without true believers (Livanis Publishing Organization).

The perpetrators of the Crisis and the “Obligation” of their overthrow – A polite reply to the praetorian Memoranda.

How many poor people are needed to produce one rich person?  Who are the creators of debt and deficits, and how do they create them?  Who is responsible for the crisis in Greece and the world?  Does the crisis have a social, economic, or political signature?  Is it caused by everyone?  Does everyone pay?  Who benefits from the crisis, and exactly how?  And how is it that during the 3-year period from 2008 to 2010 that tens of millions were added to the ranks of absolute poverty, misery and unemployment, while the number of billionaires on the planet doubled?  A workbook for not only understanding what’s happening in the world in general – and in Greece in particular – but also why?