Ricardo Hausmann

Product Diversification and Exports - Hausmann's recipee for Greece's Economic Growth

Greece needs to accumulate productive capabilities by making new products where it can have a competitive advantage, and increase its exports, Hausmann stated. Hausmann's research shows that first rich countries don't specialize, they diversify, and second, the more countries export the more they grow.

UNESCO Director-General and Kokkalis Fellow Irina Bokova

UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova Addresses Global Governance Challenges at Harvard University

Ahmet Davutoğlu at Harvard Kennedy School

Turkish Foreign Minister Speaks at Harvard Sponsored by the Kokkalis Program

A Financial Greek Tragedy and a European Farce: the Crisis of the Eurozone in Historical Perspective

Niall Ferguson at the Athens Forum 2010

Niall Ferguson characterized the Greek crisis as an international financial crisis of the developed countries in the Western world. Further, Ferguson argued that “the Greek bail-out was a bail-out of the German and French banks.”

Harvard Kennedy School Magazine Winter 2010 edition honors the vision and commitment of Socrates and Eleni Kokkalis in supporting Public Service

Athens, 2 March 2010 - An article in the winter 2010 issue of Harvard Kennedy School Magazine entitled Supporting the Future of Public Service features special reporting on the principles and achievements of the Kokkalis Program at Harvard University and its commitment to promoting opportunities for leaders from Southeastern Europe to pursue a career in Public Service.

The Obama Administration’s Vision for Southeastern Europe-Top Foreign Policy Official Discusses Eastern European Integration

Athens, 25 February 2010 - U.S. assistant secretary for the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs Philip H. Gordon stated that “the political and economic integration of southeastern Europe within the rest of the continent is the key to regional stabilization and development in the years ahead."

Presentation and Discussion of Research Study “Innovation in Greece”

Athens, 18 June 2009-On the occasion of the European Year of Innovation the Kokkalis Foundation organized, under the aegis of SEV-Hellenic Federation of Enterprises, an event presenting the research study “Innovation in Greece-Comparative Evaluation with International Indicators, Policies, Strategy Recommendations,” a study conducted by the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB).
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