16 / 10 / 2019

The curse of the “rich” countries

The term resource curse refers to that situation in which countries with an abundance of natural resources, such as fossil fuels and certain minerals, appear to have lower economic growth, less democracy and lower index scores on peacefulness.

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10 / 10 / 2019

The most expensive and cheapest countries to live in

The cost of living in Greece remains relatively high compared to the income of the population. According to the European Job Mobility Portal, Greece is ranked 31st in the world’s general price levels.

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09 / 10 / 2019

The profit banks earn from the refugee crisis − in numbers

Each month, and for a certain period of time, some refugees receive a small benefit. However, from this small payment multiple beneficiaries have emerged.

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25 / 09 / 2019

A constant crime in the mediterranean

Since 2014, 18886 refugees and migrants have died or gone missing in their attempt to reach Europe.

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18 / 09 / 2019

An interactive map for filming locations in Greece

On this map each point corresponds to a shooting of Greek or international film and television production as recorded on IMDB, the world’s most popular online database of information related to films and television programs productions.

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11 / 09 / 2019

The concentration of Airbnb rentals in the neighborhoods of Athens

More than 11,000 apartments in the municipality of Athens are rented on Airbnb, with an average of 65€ per day.

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10 / 07 / 2019

The scenario of simple proportional representation: the Greek Parliament under different conditions of representation

Using simple proportional representation to explore what the composition of the current and previous Parliament would resemble and taking a hypothetical look at the past, in search of the last autonomous prime minister.

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04 / 07 / 2019

The Greek vote and the political circumstances that influenced it – A timeline covering the past four decades

Historical data reveals how the Greek vote has changed since the political transition after the dictatorship, from the first parliamentary elections in 1974 to the most recent national elections in 2015.

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