How Strict is “Strict Conditionality”? The New Eurozone Agreement on Greece
19 March 2015/ By Michael Ioannidis
Michael Ioannidis is senior research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg. He graduated with distinction from the University of Athens in 2005 and then continued his studies in Heidelberg (LL.M., 2007) and Cambridge (LL.M., 2008). He completed his doctoral studies in 2012 with a PhD thesis on participation rights in WTO law that was supervised by Prof. Armin von Bogdandy. His post-doctoral research focuses on the legal aspects of the Eurozone crisis and the new European economic governance, with a special focus on financial assistance conditionality.