Index2010–2011, period141Alavanos, Alekos161Allagi157Althusser, Louis285ANTARSYA166, 169, 238, 238n14, 261, 277Androulakis, Giorgos26Argitis, Giorgos23–24Asia Minor206, 206n7, 207, 208, 209, 213, 225Austerity267Authoritarian Statism142, 180n11Badiou, Alain245–6, 250–2, 254–6, 258, 261–2, 264Banking Union89Blanchard, Olivier270Bonefeld, Werner263–264n64Bourgeoisie68, 82–83, 248, 249, 250 ‘new bourgeoisie’248–50 petit-bourgeoisie250 salaried bourgeoisie249 bourgeois class244, 249 bourgeois political system258 bourgeois state251Buci-Glucksmann, Christine280bureaucracy258 bureaucratic organisation258 bureaucratic centralism258 bureaucratic party258Centralism258 bureaucratic258 democratic258–9class244, 260 bourgeois244, 249 consciousness259 middle class249–50 movement257, 259 new salaried class249 of salaried managers248 position250 structure250n21 struggle246 working class250, 261Collective bargaining123Communism246, 250, 258, 261–3Communist Party of Greece (KKE)160–161, 169, 207n11, 208, 209, 211n23, 218, 235–236, 261Consciousness138, 244, 252, 255, 259 Political139 Imputed139Contract, social136Crisis244–6, 249–50, 252, 255–7, 260–61, 263–4 Organic131, 179 Of political representation150, 179Cyprus113Dean, Jodi290December 2008 riots234Decisive moment139de-Europeanisation of trade59–62Delegitimisation, of the State147democracy106, 247, 262–3 democratic centralism258–9 democratic institutions247, 253 Greek case247Democratic Left (DIMAR)170Dendias, Nicos181Dictatorship190, 208, 211Douzinas, Costas245Dual power286Durand, Cédric282Eagleton, Terry152Economakis, Giorgos26Economic Adjustment Programmes13, 17, 31–33Economics Keynesian14 Mainstream14 Marxist14Eksygchronistès157Elections 2012187, 190 Euroelections 2014198 February 2015273Employment Public Sector69, 71, 74–77, 121–122Engels, Friedrich229Eurogroup / ECOFIN90European Central Bank88, 232, 235n9European Commission88, 92, 100–101European Economic Community/ European Union13, 210, 212, 213, 214, 215, 217, 218, 244, 246, 248European Exchange Rate Mechanism87European Stability Mechanism98, 100European Union Charter of Fundamental Right102–103Eurozone / European Monetary Union13, 214, 215, 216, 217, 222, 226, 226, 232, 268–270Exit from the Eurozone35Exit from the EU35–36Extraverted and autocentric economy47–50, 56–57Far-Right106–108Financialisation20–22Fiscal deficits 67–68, 73, 76–77Front National106–107Gaitanou, Eirini250n21General government expenditures76–77General government revenues76–77Golden Dawn2, 108, 187–199, 261, 272Gounari, Panayota245n2Greek public debt1, 72–75Gramsci, Antonio137, 140, 230, 278–280, 283, 291 critique of Post-Marxism256–61 defence of democratic centralism258–9 Marxism257–8 Modern Prince246, 256–7, 259–61, 264 theory of the political party256–9Greece244–6, 250–1, 256, 261–4, 270–277Greek economic crisis50–63, 217, 270–271Greek ruling class203, 206, 209, 210n23, 211, 212, 213, 215, 218, 225, 227Grigoropoulos, Alexis184, 234Hall, Stuart164Hardt, Michael247n12, 252–5, 262, 264Hayek, Friedrich112Hilferding, Rudolph20Historical bloc274–275, 278–280Hegemony177, 179, 256, 264, 288 Crisis of179, 272, 292Holloway, John245n2, 248n16, 262n55, 264n64Hungary87, 97Imperialist exploitation43–47, 56Income elasticity of demand for imports54–56Income taxes78–80Indirect taxes78–79Industrial relations71, 74–77International inter-sectoral competition45–46International intra-sectoral competition46–47Intersectoral linkages49, 56International Monetary Fund87, 229, 232Inverted protectorate219, 227Juncker, Jean Claude282Kaldor’s paradox19, 50Karamanlis, Kostas158, 169, 164Keucheyan, Razmig282Kouvelakis, Stathis167n41, 168, 186n19Labour cost19Labour flexibility120Labour deregulation121–125Labour Law119Laclau, Ernesto289LAOS162, 168–169, 189–190Lapavitsas, Costas20–21, 267n1Laskos, Christos20Left246, 253, 255–6, 258, 261–2, 264Loan Agreement August 2015276Lordon, Fréderic282Lukács, Georg139Maastricht Treaty17Maniatis, Thanassis25–26Markaki, Mania26Marx, Karl138, 229Marxism13, 245, 252–6, 260 Gramscian257–8 classical252–3Megali idea203, 204, 205, 206n7, 225Memoranda of Understanding68, 74–76, 82, 87, 92–95, 119, 270Metapolitefsi157–159, 169Michaloliakoa, Nicos190Middle classes68, 80–83Milios, John22–23Mouvement244–8, 259–62 anti-capitalist246, 248–50, 252–3, 257, 259–61, 263–5 right-wing reactionary261 Mouvement structures149Multitude247, 252–3, 255–6, 262Nasioka, Katerina245n2Negri, Antonio244, 245n6, 246–8, 250, 252–6, 258, 261–2, 264Neoliberalism268, 281 Crisis of268New Democracy169–170, 189, 233, 272–273New Public Management (NPM)71, 74, 82Organisation138, 247, 251–6, 258–9, 261–4, organisational question246, 252, 254–6, 262, 264, 290–292Paitaridis, Dimitris27Papandreou, Andreas157Papandreou, George1, 93, 162, 167, 235party252–5 Bolshevik theory252 bureaucratic258 communist254, 258, 261 Gramscian261, 264 Greek establishment263 Marxist party246, 253–4, 257–61, 264 modern revolutionary246, 257 of the Left253, 258 outdated type of political organisation262 party-structure259 progressive/regressive258 reformist263 revolutionary246, 255, 257–9, 261, 264 working-class264n65PASOK189, 212, 213, 272Passas, Costas 25–26PODEMOS109–110, 278Politicisation, new141Popular Assemblies166, 171, 171n53, 173Popular Unity277Possibilities, field of139Post-hegemony185Post-Marxism245–8, 250–3, 256–61, 264Poulantzas180n, 240, 284, 285Power245, 247–8, 251, 253–5, 284–286Praxis137Price elasticity of demand for imports54–56Privatizations128Proletariat249–50, 257, 259, 264Protest244–247, 248n16, 249–251, 254, 256, 260, 262–4Psarras, Dimitris198Public enterprises72, 73, 76Public utilities:69, 74–75Purposeful Sampling144Radical Political Economy14–15Rebellious / Insurrectionary cycle141, 183Recession178, 271Referendum of July 2015151, 275Restructuring process133Revolt246–7, 252–4, 259–60, 264Revolution246–7, 250, 253, 255, 257, 259, 260, 264Riot247, 250–51, 253–6, 262, 264Rossanda, Rossana285Samaras, Antonis163, 174, 191Sectoral technological level50–54Shipping204, 207, 210, 213, 226Simitis, Kostas233Social coalition68, 80–83Social rift152Sotiropoulos, Dimitris22–23Sovereignty281–283spontaneity252, 255, 259–60Squares movement141, 165–166, 170, 172, 272State245–7, 249, 251, 254, 262 bourgeois251 generic communism262n59 radical-generic262 welfare253, 263Stathakis, Giorgos19–20Street politics142Student Mouvement 2006–2007183–184Synaspismos161Syntagm Square166, 171SYRIZA2, 109–110, 179, 193, 199–200, 229–231, 233–236, 237–242, 261, 263, 272, 274, 276–277, 287SYRIZA-ANEL government151Tax evasion68, 80–83Tax revenues68, 80–83Taxes on capital 68, 77–78Taxes on labour68, 77–78Tendency of the Rate of Profit to Fall13, 25–26Terms of trade57–59Third International284Thomas, Martin264n66Thomas, Peter D.230n2, 264n66Timmermans, Frans101, 101n47Trade structure50–54Trade unionism, official148Transformation, of consciousness149Troika1, 89, 92–95, 113, 131, 274Tsakalotos, Euclid20Tsipras, Alexis230Turkey206, 207, 211, 213, 221, 223, 223nTwin Deficits Hypothesis (TDH)18Unemployment125–126United Nations Charter114United Front284Value Added Tax (VAT)78, 81, 82Value extraction43–47Wage earners78–81Žižek, Slavoj245n6, 246, 248–50, 252, 255–6, 261, 263–4