It is in the EU and Canada’s benefit to see the Greek economy recover, argues Constantine Passaris.
Professor of Economics at the University of New Brunswick
Dr. Constantine Passaris is a Professor of Economics at the University of New Brunswick (Canada), an Onassis Foundation Fellow and a Research Affiliate of the Prentice Institute for Global Population & Economy at the University of Lethbridge (Canada). Professor Passaris is listed in the International Who's Who in Education, the International Directory of Experts in Refugee Resettlement and Integration and the Canadian Who’ s Who. He has served as a member of the Economic Council of Canada, Chairman of the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission, President of the Atlantic Multicultural Council and President of the New Brunswick Multicultural Council. He has also served as President of the Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies, Chairman of the New Brunswick Advisory Board on Population Growth and as an advisor to the Canadian Commission for UNESCO. In 2012, he was conferred the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his exceptional contributions to New Brunswick and Canada and in 2014 he received the prestigious academic title of Onassis Foundation fellow for his contributions to international public policy.
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