Yanis Varoufakis

Yanis Varoufakis is a Greek economist. He is the current Finance Minister of Greece. In the January 2015 general election, he was elected to the Greek parliament, representing SYRIZA

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Yanis Varoufakis: Greece’s Proposals to End the Crisis

  • Abel Prize

    Yanis Varoufakis: Conversation with John Nash Jr. on ‘Ideal Money’

  • Jason Mrachina

    Of Greeks and Germans: Re-imagining our Shared Future

  • Rémi Noyon

    The Rise of Europe’s Ultra-Right is the Left’s Fault

  • Google

    Athens Confesses: The 2013 Primary Surplus was a Mirage

  • Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

    Greek Statistics are Back: Primary Deficit Presented as Surplus

  • Samuel Rönnqvist

    Greece’s Grand Decoupling

  • European Council

    Why Europeans should think Big and think Bold

  • Official Website

    Why has the Eurozone Bond Market Stabilized?

  • Google

    Remembering Tony Benn

  • PA

    Open Letter to Alex Salmond

  • Christiaan Triebert

    On Ukraine, three Awkward Questions for Western Liberals

  • Collage

    Can the Internet Democratize Capitalism?

  • Pete Souza

    What Americans can learn from Europe

  • Bitcoins

    Bitcoin is a Flawed Currency but Useful for the Eurozone

  • Carol Bailey

    ‘Easing Congressional Gridlock’: A Divorce Lawyer’s Guide

  • Euros

    Peter Bofinger’s Euro-Bundles are a Step Backwards but also a Solution

  • Euros

    Understanding Peter Bofinger’s Euro-Bundles

  • Bundesregierung

    Germany’s Choice: Authoritarianism or Hegemony

  • Screengrab

    War in the EVE Online Universe: A Political Economist’s Account

  • Christmas

    The Economics of Christmas

  • Maria Navarro

    Does an Independent Scotland Need its Own Currency?

  • Lingjing Bao

    U.S. Debt Ceiling Debate from a European Perspective

  • Google

    What Does Merkel’s Victory Mean for Europe?