By Costas Lapavitsas, Heiner Flassbeck
At the twenty fifth January 2015 the Greek humans voted in an election of ancient importance—not only for Greece yet in all probability all of Europe. the novel occasion Syriza was once elected and austerity and the neoliberal time table is being challenged. by surprise it sort of feels as though there's an alternate. yet what?
The Eurozone is in a deep and lengthy concern. it really is now transparent that financial union is a ancient failure, past repair—and under no circumstances within the pursuits of Europe’s operating people.
Building at the monetary research of 2 of Europe’s best thinkers, Heiner Flassbeck and Costas Lapavitsas (a candidate status for election on Syriza’s list), opposed to the Troika is the 1st e-book to suggest a strategic left-wing plan for the way peripheral nations might go out the euro. With a metamorphosis in executive in Greece, and looming political ameliorations in international locations reminiscent of Spain, this significant intervention lays out a thorough, anti-capitalist programme at a serious juncture for Europe. the ultimate 3 chapters provide a close postmortem of the Greek disaster, clarify what should be discovered from it—and supply a potential alternative.
Against the Troika is a pragmatic blueprint for genuine switch in a continent wracked via drawback and austerity.
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