Bitros, George C.

Democracy and an Open-Economy World Order

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Table of contents

Part I. Ethics and Liberty in the New World Economic Order

1. Democracy and Ethics vs. Intelligence and Security: From WikiLeaks to Snowden
Ioannis L. Konstantopoulos

2. Cyberspace Governance and State Sovereignty
Andrew N. Liaropoulos

3. Democracy and Economic Progress in the work of J. S. Mill
Michel S. Zouboulakis

Part II. Democracy and Free Market Economy

4. Institutions, Democracy and Economic Development: On Not Throwing out the Liberal Baby with the Neoliberal Bathwater
Geoffrey M. Hodgson

5. The Role of Democracy in a Social Market Economy
Thomas Apolte, Helena Helfer

6. The German Model of “Social Market Economy”
Spyridon Paraskewopoulos

7. The German Concept of Market Economy: Social Market Economy. Its Roots and Its Contribution to Liberal Economic Orders in Germany, Europe and Beyond
Rolf Hasse

8. Facing Crises: Economy, Democracy, and Political Transaction Costs
Claude Ménard

Part III. The Political Economy of Institutions

9. Inequality in Late-Classical Democratic Athens: Evidence and Models
Josiah Ober

10. The First Joint-Stock Companies: The Emergence of Democratic Elements in Business
Emmanouil-Marios L. Economou, Nicholas Kyriazis, Theodore Metaxas

11. Political Economy Perspectives of the Fall of the Greek Monarchy
George Tridimas

Part IV. On the Roots of Economic Crisis in the European Periphery

12. Economic Crisis in the European Periphery: An Assessment of EMU Membership and Home Policy Effects Based on the Greek Experience
George C. Bitros, Bala Batavia, Parameswar Nandakumar

Part V. Democracy in the European Union

13. The Long Road to a Democratic Networked European Union
Kyriakos Mikelis

14. Europe, Politics and Culture: Defending Cultural Exception
Pino Mariano

Part VI. Other Aspects of Democracy, Peace and Conflict

15. Civic Engagement of University Students: An Exploratory Analysis
Paschalis Arvanitidis, Fotini Nasioka

16. Energy Wealth as Peace and Democracy Incentive: The Eastern Mediterranean Case
Andreas Stergiou

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Democracy, Economic Systems, History of Economic Thought/Methodology, Political Economy, European Integration, Public Policy

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