"This is an engrossing account and the best research that has yet been published on Greece's reform experience over the past thirty-five years. Closely argued, very readable and stimulating."Elias Mossialos, Professor of Health Policy, London School of Economics and Political Science and former Minister of State in Greece.
"This is the best volume yet on recent economic policy in Greece. It combines analytic rigor with a command of critical economic, legal, and historical details. Eschewing overly technical analysis, this group of authors recognizes that the causes of Greece's dilemmas and the future trajectory of Greek reform rest above all on domestic politics. Greek politicians, they argue, can act more freely and effectively than many observers realise." Foreign Affairs