Debt, Doubt, And Delusion: The Greek Debt Crisis
Season 4 | Episode 7
Greece's economic troubles were widely known but hardly understood. Most of us were content to know that a debt crisis was happening, some protests got violent, and bailout measures were eventually approved. What happened afterwards? Why did the crisis actually happen? Are there any enduring consequences of the economic crisis? Listen to first year Emma Ross and Professor Erik Jones from the John Hopkins School of Advances and International Studies to find out.
Host: Nicholas Mortensen
Researcher: Emma Jones
Special Guest: Erik Jones
Producer: Andy Carluccio
The Global Inquirer is a production of the International Relations Organization at UVA, and affiliated with TEEJ, UVA’s podcasting network.