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Debt restructuring in the euro area : a necessary but manageable evil?

Author: Zsolt Darvas
Publisher: Budapest Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences 2011
Series: Discussion papers / Institute of Economics Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2011/33; Muhelytanulmányok, Közgazdaságtudományi Intézet, 2011/33
Edition/Format:   Computer file : EnglishView all editions and formats
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There are two possible responses to the Greek debt crisis: 'Plan A', continued official lending, for as long as needed, with possible voluntary private sector involvement, and 'Plan B', coercive pre-emptive or post-default restructuring with significant face value reduction in privately-held debt. Both options have risks, but it is necessary to move to Plan B sooner or later. The impact on Greece could be mitigated  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Zsolt Darvas
ISBN: 9786155024702 6155024707
OCLC Number: 838037109
Notes: Zsfassung in ungar. Sprache
Description: Online-Ressource (PDF-Datei: 42 S., 349,65 KB) graph. Darst.
Series Title: Discussion papers / Institute of Economics Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2011/33; Muhelytanulmányok, Közgazdaságtudományi Intézet, 2011/33
Responsibility: Zsolt Darvas

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There are two possible responses to the Greek debt crisis: 'Plan A', continued official lending, for as long as needed, with possible voluntary private sector involvement, and 'Plan B', coercive pre-emptive or post-default restructuring with significant face value reduction in privately-held debt. Both options have risks, but it is necessary to move to Plan B sooner or later. The impact on Greece could be mitigated by foreign bank ownership and proper liquidity support measures. The direct spillover impact on the rest of the euro area seems small. But there is the risk of contagion, which is a serious concern. There is a cautious case for delaying somewhat Plan B in order to prepare for it. -- debt restructuring ; euro-area crisis ; fiscal sustainability ; financial interdependence ; Lehman Brothers

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