ECONOMY

Agenda

MONDAY The Alexander Technological Educational Institution (TEI) of Thessaloniki hosts the fourth international conference on «Enterprise Systems, Accounting and Logistics 2007,» on Corfu. To tomorrow. For details, log on to www.icesal.org. The Small Industry Chamber of Thessaloniki hosts a conference on «Financing Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises,» at its offices at 7.30 p.m. Deputy Finance Minister Christos Folias will be the keynote speaker. For further information, log on to www.veth.gov.gr. TUESDAY The Greek National Tourism Organization hosts an exhibition on «Greek Tourism Posters: A Journey in Time Through Art,» at 8 p.m. at Zappeion Hall. Tourism Minister Fanni Palli-Petralia will open the exhibition. To Tuesday next week. Tel. 210.870.7328 or log on to www.gnto.gr. WEDNESDAY The British Hellenic Chamber of Greece hosts a luncheon with keynote speaker the governor of the National Bank of Greece, Nicholas Garganas, who will deliver a speech on «The International Credit System: Challenges and Perspectives,» at 1.30 p.m. at the Hotel Grande Bretagne, in central Athens. For details, call 210.721.0361 or log on to www.bhcc.gr. The Express Kalofolia Group hosts a conference on «Entrepreneurship and Regional Development,» at 10.30 a.m. at the amphitheatre of the Prefecture of Kavala. Tel. 2310.238.970. THURSDAY The second international workshop on «Energy Performance and Environmental Quality of Buildings» begins on Milos at the island’s conference center. To Friday. Tel. 210.973.0697 or log on to www.molos.conference.gr. The Research and Training Institute of the Eastern Aegean hosts the fourth international conference on «Advances in Applied Financial Economics,» on the island of Samos. To Saturday. Tel. 210.645.9812 or log on to www.ineag.gr. FRIDAY The Eleftherios Venizelos National Foundation in cooperation with the Athens University of Economics and Business will host an international conference on «Economic Leadership in Small Countries: Lessons from the 20th Century Experience,» at 10 a.m. at the National Bank of Greece (Theodoros Karatzas Amphitheater). Professor Joseph Stiglitz, Nobel Laureate in economics, 2001, Columbia University, will be the keynote speaker. To Saturday. For details, log on to www.venizelos-foundation.gr.