Kostas Lampos (82) is a Greek Professor of the School of Economics of the Freie Universitaet in Berlin. He has taught History of Economic Theories and Economic History of Europe at the University of Macedonia, the National School of Public Administration and the University of West Attica. He has a rich literary work. His main works are:
Abhangigkeit und fortgeschrittene Unterentwicklung dargestellt am Beispiel der Landwirtschaft Griechenlands. (in German in 1981, and in Greek in 1983).
Americanism and Globalisation: Economy of Fear and Decline. (Greek).
Direct Democracy and Classless Society (Greek).
Who’s Afraid of Hydrogen? (Greek).
God and Capital (Greek).
6) The Birth and Death of Private Property (Greek).
He has curated the publication of the collective volumes:
Classless Democracy and Humanism in the 21st Century (Greek).
A Better World Is Possible: Let’s Establish the Culture of Social Equality (Greek).
He has translated into Greek Alexander S. Neill’s book, “Summerhill: A Radical Approach to Child Rearing.”