Bloomberg TV: Komileva on the Greek Crisis, EU, IMF, ECB Risks
Lena Komileva, chief economist at G+ Economics, talks about the Greek debt crisis and the country's future in the euro zone. She speaks with Maryam Nemazee on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse". (Source: Bloomberg)
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FT Video: Is the world really ready for higher rates?
Is it time to ease the world economy off zero rates? Lena Komileva, chief economist at G+ Economics, argues to FT editor John Authers that productivity, employment and inflation remain low, while leverage has rebounded, so central bankers should be very careful. (Source: www.ft.com)
Bloomberg TV: Greece Is More Out Than In the Euro Zone - Komileva
G+ Economics Managing Director and Chief Economist Lena Komileva discusses the Greek debt deal, the Greek banking system and the future of the indebted nation. She speaks to Bloomberg’s Guy Johnson and Anna Edwards on “Countdown” (Source: Bloomberg)
BBC Radio 4 Today programme: Could Greece still leave the eurozone?
Five years on from the eurozone crisis which could have seen Greece and others crash out of the eurozone, a game of brinksmanship is going on. The German government expects Greece to uphold the terms of its international bailout agreement but the anti-austerity party Syriza opposes. Lena Komileva discusses with the BBC's Simon Jack, on the BBC Radio 4 Today programme.
Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation: Lena Komileva discusses European currency markets
Lena Komileva, founder and chief executive of G+ Economics, sat down with CSFI director Andrew Hilton following the Centre’s March 18 round-table on the state of the European currency markets.
CNBC: Markets ‘married to 1987’ economic models, Fed policy more forward-thinking
Markets are "married to 1987 models" of economic theory. Federal Reserve policy by contrast is "very much a function of 2007," and the direction after 2017 will be very different. Developments such as the "gig economy" and fintech have radically shaped the landscape of the economy. Lena Komileva talks to CNBC.