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23Jan15:00- 15:50Collective Bargaining and Participation: Lessons learned from the first six years of the financial crisis in Greece15:00 - 15:50

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A roundtable discussion presented and moderated by:
Eleni Patra, PhD
Associate Professor of Management

When: Monday, January 23, 15:00 – 15:50

Where: Deree Faculty Lounge

Organized by: Faculty Research Seminars 2016-17 Series


Bio

BS in Economics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; MS in Industrial Relations and Human Resources, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; PhD, The University of the Aegean.

Eleni Patra has been a faculty member of the Deree Department of Management since 1990. She has taught and developed several courses in Management and Organizational Behavior, especially in Human Resource Management and Labor Relations, Entrepreneurship, and International Human Resource Management. Dr. Patra has experience as a Labor Mediator and Arbitrator, and as a Human Resource Professional in major organizations and consulting firms.

Dr. Patra is active in research, attending several seminars per year in her area of interest. She has published articles in international journals, authored chapters in books, and participated in international conferences. Previous research (published in 2012), includes: “Social Dialogue and Collective Bargaining in Times of Crisis: The Case of Greece”, published by the International Labour Organization, and “Current Situation and Future Trends of the Industrial Relations System and Trade Unions in Greece,” (with A. Nikolopoulos) published in the journal Management Revue.

Abstract

The 2010 financial crisis in Greece and the consequent compliance by the Greek government to the memorandums signed with the Troika in exchange for a bailout, had a severe impact on Greek labor and employment relations. This paper examines the transformation of the industrial relations system in Greece during the first six years following the financial crisis. More specifically, it will examine recent trends in collective bargaining structures, i.e. new actors entering the collective bargaining scene, either by need of the represented industry or legislation. It will also analyze the changes in collective bargaining outcomes in terms of level and number of collective agreements, coverage rates, and content of agreements, including wage developments.

The paper was presented at the 11th European Regional Congress, organized by the International Labour and Employment Relations Association (ILERA), in Milano, 8-10 September, 2016.

26Jan18:30Ancient Greek Tragedy as a Foreign Policy Tool in Ancient Greece18:30

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A lecture by:
Kostas Georgousopoulos
Writer, Theater Critic

When: Thursday, January 26, 6:30p.m.

Where: 17b Ipitou Street, Plaka, Athens

Organized by: Institute of Diplomacy & Global Affairs

For more information please contact: 210 600 9800 ext. 1107

28Jan18:00- 19:15ADMISSIONS: Deree Visits Kalamata18:00 - 19:15

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Deree Visits Kalamata

Saturday, January 28 | Σάββατο 28 Ιανουαρίου, 18:00 – 19:15
Elite City Resort Hotel, Navarinou 2, Kalamata | Ξενοδοχείο Elite City Resort,
Ναυαρίνου 2, Καλαμάτα


Join us for an insightful informational session about studies at Deree:

  • 27 innovative bachelor’s degree programs
  • 3.5 million euros in scholarships and financial assistance
  • Unique study abroad and internship opportunities
  • Parallel studies program for students of Greek public universities (AEI)

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18:00–18:45 The Deree Advantage

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  • Student Exchange Program

18:45–19:00 Deree through the eyes of its students

19:00–19:15 Deree through the eyes of its successful alumni

19:15 Cocktail Reception

Reserve your free place at the “Deree Visits Kalamata” event by filling in the form below. Altenatively, you can contact us at: 210 600 9800 ext. 1317, 1410 or via email: dereevisitsyourcity@acg.edu

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31Jan13:40- 15:00Israel – Its Internal and External Challenges13:40 - 15:00

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Ambassadors Forum Lecture Series

A presentation on current developments in the Eastern Mediterranean region
 and Israeli-Greek relations by:
H.E. Mrs. Irit Ben-Abba Vitale
Ambassador of Israel to Greece

When: Tuesday, January 31, 13:40-15:00

Where: John S. Bailey Library, Upper Level

Organized by:
Institute of Diplomacy & Global Affairs – Office of Public Affairs
International Business Society

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Israel was established 68 years ago. It has a population of 8.5 million, out of which 20% are non-Jews, Moslems, Christians, Druze and others, all of which are Israeli citizens. The Jewish population comprises of people who immigrated to the historical Land of Israel from all parts of the world, after 2000 years of exile. The challenges of social cohesion are immense. The security challenges are massive.

The Middle East geopolitical structure that was formed 100 years ago is collapsing, the Arab Spring did not bring a wave of democratic struggle to the region, but total collapse of the old regimes, and the total disintegration of state structures, giving way to the emergence of non-state entities that create a chaotic situation in our region, the repercussions of which affect whole of Europe.

Israel and Greece have enjoyed friendly bilateral relations in the last few years, that are a direct consequence of the fragile situation in the East Mediterranean. As democracies, we share common practices of social and political structure and, as countries of a long history of ancient civilizations, we appreciate the rule of law and prosperity to our people and nations.

On Tuesday,  January 31 2017, at 13:40-15:00, the Ambassador of Israel to Greece, Her Excellency Irit Ben-Abba, will deliver a speech on the challenges Israel is facing today, and on Israel-Greece relations as a stabilizing factor in the East Mediterranean.

For Ambassador Irit Ben-Abba’s full biography, please click here.

February

8Feb10:00- 11:30Preparing Teachers for the Future10:00 - 11:30

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Intelligent Language Teaching and Learning Technology

An open lecture by
Greg Kessler, PhD

When: Wednesday, February 8, 10:00–11:30

Where: 17b Ipitou Street, Plaka, Athens

Organized by: The Graduate Master Class Series, School of Graduate and Professional Education

To reserve your place, please contact Maria Kritikou via email: mkritikou@acg.edu or telephone: 210 6009800 ext. 1210.


Workshop Description

Dr. Kessler will share a number of recent developments related to language and technology, including: automated assessment tools, speech and gesture control interfaces, and a variety of forms of natural language processing.

Some of the tools and resources associated with these developments have found their way into the classroom while others certainly will in the near future.

Many of these developments have the potential to threaten or intimidate language instructors. The presenter will share thoughts about the need to embrace these developments as we move toward a new era of language instruction; one that is enhanced through the use of these intelligent assistants, yet one that still requires language instructors.

Greg Kessler, PhD

KESSLERDr. Greg Kessler is the director of the Language Resource Center, and associate professor of Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) in the Department of Linguistics at Ohio University. He is also an affiliated faculty member in Instructional Technology at the College of Education.

His research addresses technology, language, language learning, and associated human behavior. He has published and presented widely in the area of CALL and has had the great privilege to conduct seminars about the convergence of language and technology around the world. He is currently editor of the Action Research Column for the journal Language Learning & Technology and past president of the Computer-Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO). He has served as CALL Interest Section Chair for the Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and president of Ohio TESOL.

16Feb - 17Feb 1608:00Feb 17Resit Examination, Fall Semester 201608:00 - 19:00 (17)

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Thursday, February 16 – Friday, February 17

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20Feb - 6MarFeb 2008:00Mar 6Mid‐Term Examinations, Spring Semester 201708:00 - (March 6) 19:00

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Monday, February 20 – Monday, March 6

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