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Greece Population and Economy Between 1951 and 1971

Greece Population and Economy Between 1951 and 1971

The Greek population has increased quite considerably, in twenty years, from 7,632,801 residents from the 1951 census to the 8,768,641 of the 1971 census; the density rose from 57.6 to 66 residents per km 2. This apparently small density is actually high in relation to the mountainous area of ​​the country and the poor economic development. In fact, emigration is still today more than 20,000 people per year, while interregional population movements have been intense in recent years, and continue to…

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Greece Public Finance Part II

Greece Public Finance Part II

The total revenue from taxes should not be thought of for the century. V too high, given the small extension that the different states had on average: in Athens itself, at the beginning of the Peloponnesian war, it did not exceed 5-600 talents per year; but a very burdensome substitute for tax burdens was represented by the lack of remuneration for the exercise of the highest courts, and by the expenditure that accompanied some offices, such as co-ordination, for which…

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Greece Public Finance Part I

Greece Public Finance Part I

In the sec. It goes. C. military expenses, which previously had burdened individual citizens, largely passed to the state. By extending the service of the heavy infantry to the citizens of the poor classes, it was justifiable to pay them for the heavy armor, and with the continuous development and prolongation of the wars it was not possible to do without passing on to the treasury the expenses for the maintenance of the army. . It should be added that…

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Greece Public Policy

Greece Public Policy

Current policy According to Digopaul, Greece is a country located in the region of Southern Europe. Greek politics is still characterized by the economic crisis, which was deepest during the first half of the 2010s and began to ebb only towards the end of the decade, when the emergency loans to the country could be terminated. The crisis has had major social, humanitarian and economic consequences for the population, in the form of soaring unemployment, impaired welfare and social concerns….

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