A Statistician’s Prosecution For Slander
For the past nine years, Andreas Georgiou, the former president of Greece’s statistical agency, has been facing a series of prosecutions in the Greek courts. An economist by training, Mr. Georgiou was recruited from the international Monetary Fund in 2010, soon after Greece’s debt crisis erupted and an EU/IMF bailout was agreed, to head the newly independent national statistics agency, ELSTAT. His main task was to bring the country’s official statistics in line with EU rules.
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