International Debt (The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics Series No. 56)
By: Graham Bird (editor), P. N. Snowden (editor)Hardback
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This volume presents some of the most influential writings on international debt, written from 1929 to 1989. Some of the key contributions written during the unfolding of the international debt drama from the early 1970s are included. The individual contributions are grouped under sequential headings which are intended to draw out key themes and relationships between the concerns of the original authors. This collection reflects the interaction between the evolution of the international policy debate and the development of major analytical insights on the debt problem and its resolution.
Motives for borrowing and debt service capacity; lending risks - default probabilities, credit rationing and bank behaviour; borrower and lender miscalculations in the 1970s and 1980s; crisis - re-emergence of the transfer problem and the 1930s parallel; strategic behaviour by borrowers and lenders; debt rescheduling, buy-backs, relief and reduction; solutions - comprehensive schemes and appropriate private finance.
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