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  • Plutarch on poetry 

    Papadi, Diotima (Cambridge University Press, 2013)
    The topic is a very challenging and attractive one for scholarship of all ages, namely how readers, in this case young readers, should respond to and understand poetry, and most importantly, how to use poetry in their ...

  • The Political Dimension of the Greek Financial Crisis 

    Sklias, Pantelis; Maris, Georgios (Taylor and Francis Online, 2013-03-08)
    Many scholars have tried to comprehend and analyse the root causes of the Greek economic crisis. In the majority of these analyses, a series of economic factors were mainly highlighted as the key to understanding the nature ...

  • Political Identity Types: The role of the Content and the Context on Identity 

    Solomontos-Kountouri, Olga; Hurry, Jane; Peck, Stephen C. (2015-12)
    Political identity content of Greek Cypriot adolescents in terms of values, beliefs and attitudes was explored using an inductive method to elicit data. The macro-context of Greek Cypriot society was chosen specifically, ...

  • Political involvement and socio-moral reasoning: testing Emler's interpretation 

    Markoulis, Diomedes (Wiley, 1989)
    n previous research on the relationships between socio-moral reasoning and political orientation, the evolving capacities in the moral-cognitive realm have been considered as the framework for the formation of different ...

  • Portfolio selection under VaR constraints 

    Giannopoulos, Kostas; Clark, Ephraim; Tunaru, Radu (Springer-Verlag, 2005-03)
    In this paper we show that by assuming a constant variance/covariance matrix over the holding period, the VaR limits can often be exceeded within the relevant horizon period. To minimize this risk, we formulate the problem ...

  • Positive Emotions and Addiction 

    Flora, Katerina; Stalikas, Anastassios (The International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 2014-07)
    Despite the clinical observations that indicate a possible connection between emotions, addictive behavior and treatment, there is not sufficient research on the role of positive emotions in addiction and addiction treatment. ...

  • Positive Emotions and Addiction 

    Flora, Katerina; Stalikas, Anastassios (International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 2015)
    Despite the clinical observations that indicate a possible connection between emotions, addictive behavior and treatment, there is not sufficient research on the role of positive emotions in addiction and addiction treatment. ...

  • Postformal and Postconventional Reasoning in Educationally Advanced Adults 

    Markoulis, Diomedes (Taylor & Francis, 1989)
    The structural correspondence between postconventional sociomoral reasoning and postformal operational skills was examined to determine whether Stage 5 moral reasoning can be considered a hard stage in the Piagetian sense, ...

  • Pour une poetique de Byzance :hommage à Vassilis Katsaros 

    Katsaros, Vasilis (Centre d'études byzantines, néo-helléniques et sud-est européennes : École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, 2015)
    Άγανον έσχες Βασίλειε αριφρόν, φρόνημα τερπνόν, νυν δε εκβλύζεις άμα ρύακας ημίν γνώσεως ουρανίας μάκαρ, αληθώς τοις βροροίς καταχέων αυγάς γε ρημάτων τε και σοφών λόγων, μυστηπόλος σε λέξεως Βυζαντίδος.

  • Power and knowledge acquisition: the implications for team performance 

    Politis, John D. (Organizational Knowledge Learning and Capabilities Conference, OKLC, 2003)
    Knowledge has been identified as an important resource that contributes to the competitive advantage of an organisation. The problems associated with irresponsible use of power manifest itself in the loss of organisational ...

  • Predicting Audit Opinions Evidence From The Athens Stock Exchange 

    Maggina, Anastasia; Tsaklanganos, Angelos (Clute Institute, 2011)
    The purpose of this study is to provide evidence drawn from publicly traded companies in Greece as far as the predictability of going-concern opinions, and other business situations (problem companies, tax contingent ...

  • Predicting The Corporate Social Responsibility Of Listed Companies In Greece Using Market Variables 

    Maggina, Anastasia; Tsaklanganos, Angelos (Clute Institute, 2012)
    This study primarily investigates differences in the market variables of companies that show corporate social responsibility (CSR) compared with those that do not. We also examine whether predictions of CSR can be ...

  • Prefectural government in Greece: present situation, problems, perspectives 

    Athanasopoulos, Constantinos GE. (Κέντρο Επιμόρφωσης Μελετών Έρευνας και Ανάπτυξης, 1995)
    Ι would like to assure you that Ι feel deeply touched because Ι am honored tο address all of you today a distinguished as well as dangerous audience, bearing specific aims and targets. Your presence here certainly recalls ...

  • Pressure area care: An exploration of Greek nurses’ knowledge and practice 

    Panagiotopoulou, Kalliopi; Kerr, Susan (Blackwell Science, 2002-11)
    BACKGROUND: Despite a plethora of information on the prevention of pressure sores, they remain a significant problem in both hospital and community settings. The need to reduce the incidence of pressure sores has been well ...

  • Pricing Basket spread options 

    Giannopoulos, Kostas (Society for Computational Economics, 2006)
    This paper describes and analyses the use of the Filtered Historical Simulation algorithm in pricing spread options. Spread options are contracts whose payoff depends on the price difference (spread) between two or more ...

  • Privatization of the electricity sector-building on international experience to promote an alternative strategy for Cyprus 

    Pistentis, George (Master of Business Administration, Shcool of Business, Neapolis University Pafos, 2014)
    The issue of ‘privatization’ is fairly new to Cyprus; it was initiated by the memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed between the Republic of Cyprus and Troika (Eurogroup) on April 9th, 2013. Privatization of electricity ...

  • Privitization in Cyprus: the case of Cyprus Telecommunications authority 

    Napoleontos, Thalia (Business Administration Program, School of Economics Sciences and Business, Neapolis University Paphos, 2014)
    The intensive economic crisis the global community is facing in recent years, although initially occurred in the United States has reached epidemic proportions. The dramatic efTects on the banking system and businesses ...

  • A Probabilistic Approach to Worst Case Scenarios 

    Barone-Adesi, Giovanni; Bourgoin, Frederick; Giannopoulos, Kostas (1997)
    Value at Risk (VaR) is increasingly popular as a management and regulatory tool. To further its acceptance it is necessary to assess its reliability under conditions likely to be encountered in financial markets. A logical ...

  • Profitability of Technical Trading Rules in an Emerging Market 

    Kenourgios, Dimitris; Papathanasiou, Spyros (McGraw Hill, 2010)
    This paper investigates the profitability of technical trading rules in the Athens Stock Exchange (ASE), utilizing the FTSE/ASE-20 index over the period 1995- 2008. We focus on a less developed and efficient stock market, ...

  • Profits from Technical Trading Rules: The Case of Cyprus Stock Exchange 

    Papathanasiou, Spyros; Samitas, Aristeidis (EuroJournals Publishing, 2010)
    We examine the performance of various types of technical trading rules in the emerging Cyprus Stock Market (CSE). Furthermore, we examine the predictability of daily returns for the CSE with respect to the extent that the ...