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Joseph Halevi

Economista

Joseph Halevi was appointed at the University of Sydney in September 1978 and has combined his work in Political Economy at the University with an extensive series of engagements in Europe and the US.

In 1983 he spent 6 months as Research Professor at the Faculty of Statistics at his Alma Mater, the University of Rome and from 1985 to 1987 he was appointed Visiting Professor by the University of Connecticut, Storrs where he taught both in the Economics and the Politics departments.

In France he has been invited by the University of Grenoble Pierre Mendès France and by the Université de Nice. From 1997 till 1999 he served as Professor at the University of Grenoble where he was in charge of a multilingual Masters program in international commerce. In 1998 he was appointed by France’s Ministry of Scientific Research as a member of the national selection committee for the recruitment of full professors.

He is a member of the international editorial board of Economie Appliquée (Paris) and of the editorial board of Cahiers d'Economie Politique (Paris). He is associated to the CNRS’s (France’s National Research Council) centre IREPD (Institut de Recherches Economiques sur la Production et le Développement) at the University of Grenoble. Since 1990 he has been a regular contributor to the Italian Leftwing daily Il Manifesto in Rome.

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19 de Fevereiro, 2010 - 00:00h

Atenas afrontou a crise económica mundial sem efectuar cortes especiais no orçamento, ao mesmo tempo que a crise trazia à luz o défice público que o governo de direita tinha escondido de modo fraudulento.