The annual OECD study measuring how people feel about their lives in a number of OECD countries has shed light on how Greeks feel about life in their country.
Research from the Hellenic Confederation of Professionals, Craftsmen and Merchants (GSEVEE) has shown that pensions financially support almost half of all households in Greece.
While the popularity of the far right in Greece appeared to wane with the defeat of neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn at the polls, there are worrying signs that some of the extreme ideas once associated with the fringes of politics have been absorbed into the political mainstream.
A study by the diaNeosis think tank has shown that the Greek health system requires a drastic overhaul if it is to meet the growing needs of the population.
A report by the Bennett Institute for Public Policy at the University of Cambridge tracking satisfaction with democracy globally has charted how the feelings of Greeks have fluctuated over past decades and underlines how dissatisfaction grew during the crisis.
One of the more worrying outcomes of Greece’s financial crisis and prolonged recession is the so-called “brain drain”, a wave of emigration by educated young professionals which many fear will severely limit the country’s growth prospects for years to come.
Greece was among 22 countries which showed an improved score in the 2019 Corruption Perception Index over recent years, according to Transparency International.
A new report by the think-tank diaNeosis has shed light on the views of Greece’s migrant population in the first comprehensive study of its kind.
The European Council’s analysis of the Greek criminal justice system has found that the current setup inadequate to counter corruption.
A report by the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) on population movements in Greece has shown that Greece’s population shrank by 0.2 percent year-on-year (YoY).