From the Old “Holy Roman Empire” to its Anabiosis with the Treaty of Rome

by Ioannis N. Kallianiotis, Ph.D.  Economics/Finance Department The Arthur J. Kania School of Management University of Scranton   November 2011 From the Old “Holy Roman Empire” to its Anabiosis with the Treaty of Rome                     ABSTRACT*   This article presents the recent economic history of Europe and the motives for signing the Treaty of Rome and some of […]

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Some Christian Evidences on the Invented Macedonian Question

<< {Oti oujk e[stin ejn tw`/ stovmati aujtw`n ajlhvqeia,    hJ kardiva aujtw`n mataiva.>>     Some Christian Evidences on the Invented       I. Preface             Hellenic history, Orthodoxy, and culture have contributed a great deal to the European and the entire western civilization that we find their seal everywhere, today.[1] The democracy of ancient Greece,[2] the accomplishments of her […]

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Hellas: The Latest Problems from her Lost Public Policy

    ABSTRACT   This paper investigates the latest problem of Greece (Hellas) since the Treaty of Rome (1957) up to her European integration and today with the common currency and the uncommon debt crisis, due to the loss of her public policy. The most severe difficulties for Greece are the social chaos, which is increasing every day, due to the […]

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Globalization and Deregulation of the Financial Markets: The latest crisis

by Dr. Ioannis N. Kallianiotis Economics/Finance Department The Arthur J. Kania School of Management University of Scranton Scranton, PA  18510-4602 U.S.A. Tel. (570) 941-7577 Fax (570) 941-4825 E-Mail:  jnk353@scranton.edu               << Eimai oJ piov dustucismevno~ a[nqrwpo~. Cwriv~ nav tov qevlw, katevstreya thvn cwvra mou.  {Ena megavlo biomhcanikov e[qno~ ejlevgcetai ajpov tov pistwtikov tou suvsthma. […]

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Skopjeans’ Delusion on the Macedonian Issue: Some Linguistic Evidence

Dr. Ioannis N. Kallianiotis Economics/Finance Department The Arthur J. Kania School of Management University of Scranton Scranton, PA 18510-4602 U.S.A. E-Mail: jnk353@scranton.eu     << Dikaiosuvnhn mavqete oiJ ejnoikou`nte~ ejpiv th`~ gh`~.>>          May 2011 Skopjeans’ Delusion on the Macedonian Issue: Some Linguistic Evidence         Abstract   The objective of this work is to provide […]

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European Expansion and the Current Debt Crisis: Their Negative Effects on Greece

by Dr. Ioannis N. Kallianiotis Economics/Finance Department The Arthur J. Kania School of Management University of Scranton Scranton, PA 18510-4602 U.S.A. Tel. (570) 941-7577 Fax (570) 941-4825 E-Mail: jnk353@scranton.edu                                                    <<  jEavn mhv Kuvrio~ fulavxh/ povlin,        eij~ mavthn hjgruvpnhsen oJ fulavsswn.>>        Yal. rk~ v (126)                […]

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Hellas’ Imposed Membership to the Economic and Monetary Union

 Hellas’ Imposed Membership to the Economic and Monetary Union   by Dr. Ioannis N. Kallianiotis Economics/Finance Department The Arthur J. Kania School of Management University of Scranton Scranton, PA 18510-4602 U.S.A. Tel. (570) 941-7577 Fax (570) 941-4825 E-Mail: jnk353@scranton.edu                     JEL (Classification):   D6, F15, J64, N01, P52 Key Words:                 Economic Welfare […]

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A Historic Perspective of the Macedonian Question and the EU’s Alienation from the Problem

Short title: “The Macedonian Question” Abstract  The objective of this work is to provide some information and a scientifically true analysis on the 8,000 years of Hellenic (Greek) history and to examine what this information means to us and to the world as a whole. We will offer some thoughts and unshaken historic events that may help to answer questions […]

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