Index

2010–2011, period 141
Alavanos, Alekos 161
Allagi 157
Althusser, Louis 285
ANTARSYA 166, 169, 238, 238n14, 261, 277
Androulakis, Giorgos 26
Argitis, Giorgos 23–24
Asia Minor 206, 206n7, 207, 208, 209, 213, 225
Austerity 267
Authoritarian Statism 142, 180n11
Badiou, Alain 245–6, 250–2, 254–6, 258, 261–2, 264
Banking Union 89
Blanchard, Olivier 270
Bonefeld, Werner 263–264n64
Bourgeoisie 68, 82–83, 248, 249, 250
‘new bourgeoisie’ 248–50
petit-bourgeoisie 250
salaried bourgeoisie 249
bourgeois class 244, 249
bourgeois political system 258
bourgeois state 251
Buci-Glucksmann, Christine 280
bureaucracy 258
bureaucratic organisation 258
bureaucratic centralism 258
bureaucratic party 258
Centralism 258
bureaucratic 258
democratic 258–9
class 244, 260
bourgeois 244, 249
consciousness 259
middle class 249–50
movement 257, 259
new salaried class 249
of salaried managers 248
position 250
structure 250n21
struggle 246
working class 250, 261
Collective bargaining 123
Communism 246, 250, 258, 261–3
Communist Party of Greece (KKE) 160–161, 169, 207n11, 208, 209, 211n23, 218, 235–236, 261
Consciousness 138, 244, 252, 255, 259
Political 139
Imputed 139
Contract, social 136
Crisis 244–6, 249–50, 252, 255–7, 260–61, 263–4
Organic 131, 179
Of political representation 150, 179
Cyprus 113
Dean, Jodi 290
December 2008 riots 234
Decisive moment 139
de-Europeanisation of trade 59–62
Delegitimisation, of the State 147
democracy 106, 247, 262–3
democratic centralism 258–9
democratic institutions 247, 253
Greek case 247
Democratic Left (DIMAR) 170
Dendias, Nicos 181
Dictatorship 190, 208, 211
Douzinas, Costas 245
Dual power 286
Durand, Cédric 282
Eagleton, Terry 152
Economakis, Giorgos 26
Economic Adjustment Programmes 13, 17, 31–33
Economics
Keynesian 14
Mainstream 14
Marxist 14
Eksygchronistès 157
Elections
2012 187, 190
Euroelections 2014 198
February 2015 273
Employment
Public Sector 69, 71, 74–77, 121–122
Engels, Friedrich 229
Eurogroup / ECOFIN 90
European Central Bank 88, 232, 235n9
European Commission 88, 92, 100–101
European Economic Community/ European Union 13, 210, 212, 213, 214, 215, 217, 218, 244, 246, 248
European Exchange Rate Mechanism 87
European Stability Mechanism 98, 100
European Union Charter of Fundamental Right 102–103
Eurozone / European Monetary Union 13, 214, 215, 216, 217, 222, 226, 226, 232, 268–270
Exit from the Eurozone 35
Exit from the EU 35–36
Extraverted and autocentric economy 47–50, 56–57
Far-Right 106–108
Financialisation 20–22
Fiscal deficits 67–68, 73, 76–77
Front National 106–107
Gaitanou, Eirini 250n21
General government expenditures 76–77
General government revenues 76–77
Golden Dawn 2, 108, 187–199, 261, 272
Gounari, Panayota 245n2
Greek public debt 1, 72–75
Gramsci, Antonio 137, 140, 230, 278–280, 283, 291
critique of Post-Marxism 256–61
defence of democratic centralism 258–9
Marxism 257–8
Modern Prince 246, 256–7, 259–61, 264
theory of the political party 256–9
Greece 244–6, 250–1, 256, 261–4, 270–277
Greek economic crisis 50–63, 217, 270–271
Greek ruling class 203, 206, 209, 210n23, 211, 212, 213, 215, 218, 225, 227
Grigoropoulos, Alexis 184, 234
Hall, Stuart 164
Hardt, Michael 247n12, 252–5, 262, 264
Hayek, Friedrich 112
Hilferding, Rudolph 20
Historical bloc 274–275, 278–280
Hegemony 177, 179, 256, 264, 288
Crisis of 179, 272, 292
Holloway, John 245n2, 248n16, 262n55, 264n64
Hungary 87, 97
Imperialist exploitation 43–47, 56
Income elasticity of demand for imports 54–56
Income taxes 78–80
Indirect taxes 78–79
Industrial relations 71, 74–77
International inter-sectoral competition 45–46
International intra-sectoral competition 46–47
Intersectoral linkages 49, 56
International Monetary Fund 87, 229, 232
Inverted protectorate 219, 227
Juncker, Jean Claude 282
Kaldor’s paradox 19, 50
Karamanlis, Kostas 158, 169, 164
Keucheyan, Razmig 282
Kouvelakis, Stathis 167n41, 168, 186n19
Labour cost 19
Labour flexibility 120
Labour deregulation 121–125
Labour Law 119
Laclau, Ernesto 289
LAOS 162, 168–169, 189–190
Lapavitsas, Costas 20–21, 267n1
Laskos, Christos 20
Left 246, 253, 255–6, 258, 261–2, 264
Loan Agreement
August 2015 276
Lordon, Fréderic 282
Lukács, Georg 139
Maastricht Treaty 17
Maniatis, Thanassis 25–26
Markaki, Mania 26
Marx, Karl 138, 229
Marxism 13, 245, 252–6, 260
Gramscian 257–8
classical 252–3
Megali idea 203, 204, 205, 206n7, 225
Memoranda of Understanding 68, 74–76, 82, 87, 92–95, 119, 270
Metapolitefsi 157–159, 169
Michaloliakoa, Nicos 190
Middle classes 68, 80–83
Milios, John 22–23
Mouvement 244–8, 259–62
anti-capitalist 246, 248–50, 252–3, 257, 259–61, 263–5
right-wing reactionary 261
Mouvement structures 149
Multitude 247, 252–3, 255–6, 262
Nasioka, Katerina 245n2
Negri, Antonio 244, 245n6, 246–8, 250, 252–6, 258, 261–2, 264
Neoliberalism 268, 281
Crisis of 268
New Democracy 169–170, 189, 233, 272–273
New Public Management (NPM) 71, 74, 82
Organisation 138, 247, 251–6, 258–9, 261–4,
organisational question 246, 252, 254–6, 262, 264, 290–292
Paitaridis, Dimitris 27
Papandreou, Andreas 157
Papandreou, George 1, 93, 162, 167, 235
party 252–5
Bolshevik theory 252
bureaucratic 258
communist 254, 258, 261
Gramscian 261, 264
Greek establishment 263
Marxist party 246, 253–4, 257–61, 264
modern revolutionary 246, 257
of the Left 253, 258
outdated type of political organisation 262
party-structure 259
progressive/regressive 258
reformist 263
revolutionary 246, 255, 257–9, 261, 264
working-class 264n65
PASOK 189, 212, 213, 272
Passas, Costas 25–26
PODEMOS 109–110, 278
Politicisation, new 141
Popular Assemblies 166, 171, 171n53, 173
Popular Unity 277
Possibilities, field of 139
Post-hegemony 185
Post-Marxism 245–8, 250–3, 256–61, 264
Poulantzas 180n, 240, 284, 285
Power 245, 247–8, 251, 253–5, 284–286
Praxis 137
Price elasticity of demand for imports 54–56
Privatizations 128
Proletariat 249–50, 257, 259, 264
Protest 244–247, 248n16, 249–251, 254, 256, 260, 262–4
Psarras, Dimitris 198
Public enterprises 72, 73, 76
Public utilities: 69, 74–75
Purposeful Sampling 144
Radical Political Economy 14–15
Rebellious / Insurrectionary cycle 141, 183
Recession 178, 271
Referendum of July 2015 151, 275
Restructuring process 133
Revolt 246–7, 252–4, 259–60, 264
Revolution 246–7, 250, 253, 255, 257, 259, 260, 264
Riot 247, 250–51, 253–6, 262, 264
Rossanda, Rossana 285
Samaras, Antonis 163, 174, 191
Sectoral technological level 50–54
Shipping 204, 207, 210, 213, 226
Simitis, Kostas 233
Social coalition 68, 80–83
Social rift 152
Sotiropoulos, Dimitris 22–23
Sovereignty 281–283
spontaneity 252, 255, 259–60
Squares movement 141, 165–166, 170, 172, 272
State 245–7, 249, 251, 254, 262
bourgeois 251
generic communism 262n59
radical-generic 262
welfare 253, 263
Stathakis, Giorgos 19–20
Street politics 142
Student Mouvement 2006–2007 183–184
Synaspismos 161
Syntagm Square 166, 171
SYRIZA 2, 109–110, 179, 193, 199–200, 229–231, 233–236, 237–242, 261, 263, 272, 274, 276–277, 287
SYRIZA-ANEL government 151
Tax evasion 68, 80–83
Tax revenues 68, 80–83
Taxes on capital 68, 77–78
Taxes on labour 68, 77–78
Tendency of the Rate of Profit to Fall 13, 25–26
Terms of trade 57–59
Third International 284
Thomas, Martin 264n66
Thomas, Peter D. 230n2, 264n66
Timmermans, Frans 101, 101n47
Trade structure 50–54
Trade unionism, official 148
Transformation, of consciousness 149
Troika 1, 89, 92–95, 113, 131, 274
Tsakalotos, Euclid 20
Tsipras, Alexis 230
Turkey 206, 207, 211, 213, 221, 223, 223n
Twin Deficits Hypothesis (TDH) 18
Unemployment 125–126
United Nations Charter 114
United Front 284
Value Added Tax (VAT) 78, 81, 82
Value extraction 43–47
Wage earners 78–81
Žižek, Slavoj 245n6, 246, 248–50, 252, 255–6, 261, 263–4