The scope of this evaluation is to assess to what extent:
1) The objectives of the economic adjustment programmes and the conditionality of the financial assistance provided were relevant to the economic and financial challenges faced by Greece (relevance);
2) Programme design, programme implementation, and the financial assistance operation (including its timing) were appropriate with regard to the intended and unintended outputs and results (efficiency);
3) The intended results and impacts have been achieved or can be expected to materialise in the medium/long term (effectiveness);
4) The intervention added value (EU added-value) and was in line with the set objectives and relevant EU policies (coherence). This will apply to the main fields that were covered by the programmes.