KEFiM and Alexandros Skouras were interviewed by Al Jazzera and journalist John Psaropoulos regarding the prospects and challenges of post-memorandum Greece.
The report refers to the findings of KEFiM’s study on Tax Freedom Day 2018 and the fact that while taxation in Greece is similar to that of Germany, Greeks are the least satisfied among the citizens of the countries in the developed world by state services such as education and health.
Also, during the report, Alexander Skouras said: “We all know what the pro-growth policies are. That is what we have to pursue. If we do that, I am very optimistic about our country. Three years ago, the majority of Greeks wanted more government programs, even if that meant more taxes. Now the situation is reversed: 60% of Greeks want lower taxes, and only 35% want bigger government. And that is a pro-growth mind set.”
Watch the video of the report, here.
The Center for Liberal Studies – Markos Dragoumis, in collaboration with the Institute of Democracy Konstantinos Karamanlis, organizes on Wednesday, November 24 at 19:00 an online […]
New study shows increased economic freedom leads to greater income mobility for workers and entrepreneurs Economic freedom enhances income mobility while the poor in unfree nations […]
This book is published as part of a publication project between the Center for Liberal Studies – Markos Dragoumis (KEFiM) and the greek newspaper Fileleftheros, in an effort to […]