20 Years of Mobile Telecommunication

by Christina Carabela, MSc

qed has conducted a survey on behalf of the Greek Mobile Operators Association (EEKT). Mobile telecommunication in Greece has completed 20 years of presence and this survey investigated the changes that this development has brought to the Greek society, the state and the economy in general. More precisely the survey has focused on:

• The effect of the mobile telecommunication upon Greek people and their every day life.
• The impact on the Greek companies, the use that they make of it and the benefits they received.
• The contribution of the telecommunication sector in the Greek economy.
• The role that this sector will play in the future.

The results of this survey were presented by Mrs. Christina Carabela, Managing Partner of qed in a press conference conducted by EEKT. This survey received a lot of publicity and many newspapers, news sites and blogs all over the country referred to the relative publication. Below you may find some of the relative links:

Initial publication
ΕΕΚΤ:
www.eekt.gr/Portals/0/Sunopsi_Eurhmatwn_Ereunas.pdf

Republished
IMERISIA:
www.imerisia.gr/article.asp

KATHIMERINI
www.kathimerini.gr/4dcgi/_w_articles_kathremote_1_19/09/2013_519274.

XRIMATISTIRIO:
www.xrimatistirio.gr/index_news.asp

ΤΑ ΝΕΑ:
www.tanea.gr/news/economy/article/5041869/aykshthhke-h-paragwgikothta-twn-etaireiwn/
www.tanea.gr/news/economy/article/5041870/me-to-kinhto-akoma-kai-ston-ypno-mas/

PROTO THEMA:
www.protothema.gr/technology/article/311862/epta-dis-euro-oi-ependuseis-ton-etaireion-kinitis-tilefonias/

NAFTEMPORIKI:
www.naftemporiki.gr/story/701039

TO VIMA:
www.tovima.gr/finance/article/

Myphone.gr:
www.myphone.gr/forum/showthread.php

Capital.gr:
www.capital.gr/Articles.asp

EURO2Day:
www.euro2day.gr/news/economy/article/1136407/kinhthzhtoyn-meiosh-foron-se-syndyastika-paketa.html

Reading makes people happier

by Christina Carabela, MSc

The intellectuality of people is directly connected to their sense of happiness. A research conducted by qed on behalf of Public came to the conclusion that Greek people who read books tend to feel happier. More precisely, readers’ well being, which concerns their satisfaction from life, emotional prosperity and psychosocial integration is significantly higher compared to those who do not read books.

The survey has been published in many newspapers, news sites and blogs across the country. Below you may find some of the relevant links:

Press:
Τα Νέα, Έθνος, Καθημερινή, Ελεύθερος Τύπος, Δημοκρατία, Η Εφημερίδα Των Συντακτών, Athens Voice

Websites:
ethnos.gr , tanea.gr , tovima.gr , news.kathimerini.gr , efsyn.gr , topontiki.gr  , imerisia.gr , athensvoice.gr , newsnow.gr , inews.gr , axortagos.gr ,euro2day.gr , thestival.gr , dictyo.gr , doctv.gr , enikolopoulou.gr , bankwars.gr , larissanet.gr , thessalianews.gr , palo.gr , limnosfm100.gr , 3comma14.gr ,const4ntinos.com , magazine.18-24.gr , ipaideia.gr , kala-nea.gr , gegonos.gr

Blogs:
newingreece.blogspot.gr , sofiazgi.wordpress.com , eviatop.blogspot.grkrasodad.blogspot.gr , troktiko-blog.blogspot.gr , 24wro.blogspot.gr , stavrou-vasilis.blogspot.gr , himaira.blogspot.com , blogs.sch.gr , makinganoteof.blogspot.gr , epirus-tv-news.blogspot.gr , keratsinilibrary.blogspot.gr ,teleytaiothranio.blogspot.gr , modest.wordpress.com , kali-mas-mera.blogspot.gr , pestanea.blogspot.gr , kinisipolitongeraka.blogspot.gr ,iseenews.blogspot.gr , diadrastiko.blogspot.grarmoniaart.blogspot.gr