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Sovereign debt : from safety to default

Author: R W Kolb
Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, cop. 2011.
Series: The Robert W. Kolb series in finance.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An intelligent analysis of the dangers, opportunities, and consequences of global sovereign debt Sovereign debt is growing internationally at a terrifying rate, as nations seek to prop up their  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: R W Kolb
ISBN: 0470922397 9780470922392
OCLC Number: 759922820
Description: XXIII, 449 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Introduction. Acknowledgments. Part I: The Political Economy of Sovereign Debt. 1 Sovereign Debt: Theory, Defaults, and Sanctions ( Robert W. Kolb). 2 The Institutional Determinants of Debt Intolerance ( Raffaela Giordano and Pietro Tommasino). 3 Output Costs of Sovereign Default (Bianca De Paoli, Glenn Hoggarth, and Victoria Saporta). 4 Spillovers of Sovereign Default Risk: How Much is the Private Sector Affected ( Udaibir S. Das, Michael G. Papaioannou, and Christoph Trebesch). 5 Sovereign Debt Problems and Policy Gambles ( Samuel W. Malone). 6 Sovereign Debt and the Resource Curse (Mare Sarr, Erwin Bulte, Chris Meissner, and Tim Swanson). 7 Sovereign Debt and Military Conflict ( Zane M. Kelly). Part II: Making Sovereign Debt Work. 8 Fiscal Policy, Government Institutions, and Sovereign reditworthiness ( Bernardin Akitoby and Thomas Stratmann). 9 Corruption and Creditworthiness: Evidence from Sovereign Credit Ratings ( Craig A. Depken, II, Courtney L. LaFountain, and Roger B. Butters). 10 Institutions, Financial Integration, and Complementarity ( Nicola Gennaioli, Alberto Martin, and Stefano Rossi). 11 Loans versus Bonds: The Importance of Potential Liquidity Problems for Sovereign Borrowers ( Issam Hallak and Paul Schure). 12 First-Time Sovereign Bond Issuers: Considerations in Accessing International Capital Markets ( Udaibir S. Das, Michael G. Papaioannou, and Magdalena Polan). 13 A Note on Sovereign Debt Auctions: Uniform or Discriminatory ( Menachem Brenner, Dan Galai, and Orly Sade)? 14 Pension Reform and Sovereign Credit Standing (Alfredo Cuevas, Maria Gonzalez, Davide Lombardo, and Arnoldo Lopez-Marmolejo). Part III: Sovereign Defaults, Restructurings, and the Resumption of Borrowing. 15 Understanding Sovereign Default (Juan Carlos Hatchondo, Leonardo Martinez, and Horacio Sapriza). 16 Are Sovereign Defaulters Punished?: Evidence from Foreign Direct Investment Flows ( Michael Fuentes and Diego Saravia). 17 Supersanctions and Sovereign Debt Repayment ( Kris James Mitchener and Marc D. Weidenmier). 18 Debt Restructuring Delays: Measurement and Stylized Facts ( Christoph Trebesch). 19 IMF Interventions in Sovereign Debt Restructurings ( Javier Diaz-Cassou and Aitor Erce). 20 Resuming Lending to Countries following a Sovereign Debt Crisis ( Luisa Zanforlin). Part IV: Legal and Contractual Dimensions of Restructurings and Defaults. 21 A Code of Conduct for Sovereign Debt Restructuring: An Important Component of the International Financial Architecture ( Kathrin Berensmann)? 22 Governing Law of Sovereign Bonds and Legal Enforcement ( Issam Hallak). 23 Sovereign Debt Restructuring: The Judge, the Vultures and Creditor Rights ( Marcus H. Miller and Dania Thomas). 24 Sovereign Debt Documentation and the Pari Passu Clause ( Umakanth Varottil). 25 Collective Action Clauses in Sovereign Bonds ( Sonke Haseler). 26 Sovereignty, Legitimacy, and Creditworthiness ( Odette Lienau). 27 Odious Debts or Odious Regimes? (Patrick Bolton and David A. Skeel, Jr.) 28 Insolvency Principles: The Missing Link in the Odious Debt Debate ( Mechele Dickerson). Part V: Historical Perspectives. 29 The Baring Crisis and the Great Latin American Meltdown of the 1890s ( Kris James Mitchener and Marc D. Weidenmier). 30 How Government Bond Yields Reflect Wartime Events: The Case of the Nordic Market ( Daniel Waldenstrom and Bruno S. Frey). 31 How Important Are the Political Costs of Domestic Default?: Evidence from World War II Bond Markets ( Daniel Waldenstrom). 32 Emerging Market Spreads at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century: A Roller Coaster ( Sergio Godoy). Part VI: Sovereign Debt in Emerging Markets. 33 Sovereign Default Risk and Implications for Fiscal Policy ( Gabriel Cuadra and Horacio Sapriza). 34 Default Traps (Luis A.V. Catao, Ana Fostel, and Sandeep Kapur). 35 Self-Fulfilling and Self-Enforcing Debt Crises ( Daniel Cohen and Sebastien Villemot). 36 The Impact of Economic and Political Factors on Sovereign Credit Ratings ( Constantin Mellios and Eric Paget-Blanc). 37 Sovereign Bond Spreads in the New European Union Countries ( Ioana Alexopoulou, Irina Bunda, and Annalisa Ferrando). 38 Can Sovereign Credit Ratings Promote Financial Sector Development and Capital Inflows to Emerging Markets ( Suk-Joong Kim and Eliza Wu)? 39 Country Debt Default Probabilities in Emerging Markets: Were Credit Rating Agencies Wrong ( Angelina Georgievska, Ljubica Georgievska, Dr Aleksandar Stojanovic, and Dr Natasa Todorovic)? 40 The International Stock Market Impact of Sovereign Debt Ratings News ( Miguel A. Ferreira and Paulo M. Gama). Part VII: Sovereign Debt and Financial Crises. 41 Equity Market Contagion and Co-movement: Industry Level Evidence ( K ate Phylaktis and L ichuan Xia). 42 An Insolvency Procedure for Sovereign States: A Viable Instrument for Preventing and Resolving Debt Crises ( Kathrin Berensmann and Angelique Herzberg)? 43 From Banking to Sovereign Debt Crisis in Europe ( Bertrand Candelon and Franz C. Palm). 44 From Financial Crisis to Sovereign Risk (Carlos Caceres, Vincenzo Guzzo, and Miguel Segoviano). 45 Sovereign Spreads and Perceived Risk of Default Re-Visited ( Abolhassan Jalilvand and Jeannette Switzer). 46 What Explains the Surge in Euro Area Sovereign Spreads During the Financial Crisis of 2007-09 ( Maria-Grazia Attinasi, Cristina Checherita, and Christiane Nickel)? 47 Euro Area Sovereign Risk During the Crisis ( Silvia Sgherri and Edda Zoli). 48 Facing the Debt Challenge of Countries That Are "Too Big To Fail" ( Steven L. Schwarcz). Index.
Series Title: The Robert W. Kolb series in finance.
Responsibility: Robert W. Kolb, [ed.].

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