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The expected legacy of the Games – as seen in the last weeks before the Flame was lit

By |2024-01-19T17:38:16+03:00January 19th, 2024|Looking into our books|

When expectations over the Athens Olympics were running high 2024 is an Olympic Year, with the Paris Summer Olympics already causing ripples worldwide. One year short of its own “silver jubilee”, the 2004 Athens Olympic Games had an inauspicious event to mull over: the Olympic Stadium roof – a landmark designed by Catalen architect Santiago [...]

The construction sector and the Games

By |2024-01-12T15:25:09+03:00January 12th, 2024|Looking into our books|

When expectations over the Athens Olympics were running high 2024 is an Olympic Year, with the Paris Summer Olympics already causing ripples worldwide. One year short of its own “silver jubilee”, the 2004 Athens Olympic Games had an inauspicious event to mull over: the Olympic Stadium roof – a landmark designed by Catalen architect Santiago [...]

The expected impact of the Games in real estate

By |2024-01-12T15:22:37+03:00January 5th, 2024|Looking into our books|

When expectations over the Athens Olympics were running high 2024 is an Olympic Year, with the Paris Summer Olympics already causing ripples worldwide. One year short of its own “silver jubilee”, the 2004 Athens Olympic Games had an inauspicious event to mull over: the Olympic Stadium roof – a landmark designed by Catalen architect Santiago [...]

Further studies about the expected impact of the Athens Games

By |2024-01-12T15:04:16+03:00December 29th, 2023|Looking into our books|

When expectations over the Athens Olympics were running high 2024 is an Olympic Year, with the Paris Summer Olympics already causing ripples worldwide. One year short of its own “silver jubilee”, the 2004 Athens Olympic Games had an inauspicious event to mull over: the Olympic Stadium roof – a landmark designed by Catalen architect Santiago [...]

When expectations over the Athens Olympics were running high

By |2023-12-22T16:53:49+03:00December 22nd, 2023|Looking into our books|

When expectations over the Athens Olympics were running high 2024 is an Olympic Year, with the Paris Summer Olympics already causing ripples worldwide. One year short of its own “silver jubilee”, the 2004 Athens Olympic Games had an inauspicious event to mull over: the Olympic Stadium roof – a landmark designed by Catalen architect Santiago [...]

“Who are we?” a quest for Greek identity

By |2023-12-08T18:55:13+03:00December 8th, 2023|Looking into our books|

“Who are we?” a quest for Greek identity On December 14 (19:00), at the Museum of the City of Athens (Paparrigopoulou 5-7, Klathmonos Square) a debate will take place, based on a series of books by Giorgos-Stylianos Prevelakis. He taught geography and geopolitics in France, USA and Britain with an emphasis on diasporas and population [...]

Benefaction s. volunteerism

By |2023-12-08T13:36:37+03:00December 8th, 2023|Looking into our books|

Benefaction in Modern Greece Greece is a country with a modern, independent existence ranging just two centuries back. Still it is a society with deep roots in history and with an equally strong sense of collective belonging – also with an important, quite successful Diaspora. So, when the newly formed Greek State had to build [...]

Benefaction vs philanthropy

By |2023-12-01T15:58:20+03:00December 1st, 2023|Looking into our books|

Benefaction in Modern Greece Greece is a country with a modern, independent existence ranging just two centuries back. Still it is a society with deep roots in history and with an equally strong sense of collective belonging – also with an important, quite successful Diaspora. So, when the newly formed Greek State had to build [...]

Benefaction: an elite manifestation?

By |2023-11-24T18:37:52+03:00November 24th, 2023|Looking into our books|

Benefaction in Modern Greece Greece is a country with a modern, independent existence ranging just two centuries back. Still it is a society with deep roots in history and with an equally strong sense of collective belonging – also with an important, quite successful Diaspora. So, when the newly formed Greek State had to build [...]

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