The savaging of Greece: Jacques Sapir on the Greek crisis
Jacques Sapir, born in 1954, is a French economist, director of studies at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) in Paris, director of the Centre d'Etudes des Modes d'Industrialisation (CEMI-EHESS), and one of the foremost experts on the economy of Russia and of the transition from a communist to a capitalist economy. He teaches at the Moscow School of Economics, University of Moscow. He is a specialist of questions of Defence and Strategy, having worked for the French Ministry of Defence, and a specialist of the former Soviet Army. Among his best known works on economic theory figures Les Trous noirs de la science économique: essai sur l’impossibilité de penser le Temps et l’Argent.