La geografia della manifattura ad Atene negli anni della crisi

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Olga Balaoura
Publishing Year 2017 Issue 2017/81
Language English Pages 6 P. 86-91 File size 232 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2017-081020
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Eight years after the onset of the Greek debt crisis and the austerity regime imposed in the country, industrial production currently seems to be at an all-time low. However, manufacturing has being in a permanent pattern of relative decline since the mid-1990s when a more or less coherent model of development was introduced. The model involved financialization, economic and urban restructuring and labor market de-regulation. This paper aims at revealing the current socio-spatial characteristics of manufacturing by tracing the trajectories that occurred the last decades prior to the debt- crisis, at the time of the restructuring of the previous productive model. Despite these developments, a significant share of the Greek manufacturing comes from small craft enterprises and albeit the suffocated financial and legal framework for their operation, there is still a remarkable resilience of their activity over time

Keywords: Athens; crisis; manufacturing

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Olga Balaoura, The Geography of Manufacturing in Athens During the Debt Crisis in "TERRITORIO" 81/2017, pp 86-91, DOI: 10.3280/TR2017-081020