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The Economic Crisis and the Role of External Audit: The Case of Greece
Acta Europeana Systemica
The global financial crisis of 2008 has been rivaled only by the Great Depression of the 1930s. The breadth and duration of this crisis had an adverse impact on every national economy, reflecting the systemic interdependence of an interconnected economic ecosystem, and the strengths and weaknesses of individual countries, regions, and monetary policies. The economic crises was particularly disparaging to the Greek state, which has a long history of excessive public spending, massive taxdoi:10.14428/aes.v8i1.56363 fatcat:x3azodtrtffivojlhrleqsr5pm