Experts from the Global Network for Advanced Management weigh in on how the Greek crisis could affect the economy in their respective countries.
As the debt crisis in Greece continues to develop, markets and businesses are preparing for the ripple effects if the country can’t reach agreement with its creditors and decides to leave the Eurozone. Would this scenario lead to further deterioration of the euro, and what would that mean for Europe’s trading partners? Could a spreading crisis affect global commodity prices, and how would that impact an exporting country? Global Network Perspectives spoke with experts at several schools in the Global Network for Advanced Management to get the view from Brazil, Germany, Chile, and Hong Kong.
Rodrigo Cerda, MBA-UC professor and Deputy Director of the Latin American Center for Economic and Social Policy contributed to the piece.