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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version
Kolb, Robert W.
Sovereign Debt : From Safety to Default
Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Inc.,c2011
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert W Kolb
|Notes:||Description based upon print version of record.|
|Description:||1 online resource (888 p.)|
|Contents:||Cover; Series; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Introduction; Sovereign Debt: A Pivotal Factor In World Affairs; About The Text; Notes; About The Editor; Acknowledgments; Part I: The Political Economy of Sovereign Debt; Chapter 1: Sovereign Debt; Chapter 2: The Institutional Determinants of Debt Intolerance; Chapter 3: Output Costs of Sovereign Default; Chapter 4: Spillovers of Sovereign Default Risk; Chapter 5: Sovereign Debt Problems and Policy Gambles; Chapter 6: Sovereign Debt and the Resource Curse; Chapter 7: Sovereign Debt and Military Conflict; Part Ii: Making Sovereign Debt Work. Chapter 8: Fiscal Policy, Government Institutions, and Sovereign CreditworthinessChapter 9: Corruption and Creditworthiness; Chapter 10: Institutions, Financial Integration, and Complementarity; Chapter 11: Loans versus Bonds; Chapter 12: First-Time Sovereign Bond Issuers; Chapter 13: A Note on Sovereign Debt Auctions; Chapter 14: Pension Reform and Sovereign Credit Standing; Part Iii: Sovereign Defaults, Restructurings, and the Resumption of Borrowing; Chapter 15: Understanding Sovereign Default; Chapter 16: Are Sovereign Defaulters Punished? Chapter 17: Supersanctions and Sovereign Debt RepaymentChapter 18: Debt Restructuring Delays; Chapter 19: Imf Interventions in Sovereign Debt Restructurings; Chapter 20: Resuming Lending to Countries Following a Sovereign Debt Crisis; Part Iv: Legal and Contractual Dimensions of Restructurings and Defaults; Chapter 21: A Code of Conduct for Sovereign Debt Restructuring; Chapter 22: Governing Law of Sovereign Bonds and Legal Enforcement; Chapter 23: Sovereign Debt Restructuring; Chapter 24: Sovereign Debt Documentation and the Pari Passu Clause. Chapter 25: Collective Action Clauses in Sovereign BondsChapter 26: Sovereignty, Legitimacy, and Creditworthiness; Chapter 27: Odious Debts or Odious Regimes?; Chapter 28: Insolvency Principles; Part V: Historical Perspectives; Chapter 29: The Baring Crisis and the Great Latin American Meltdown of the 1890s; Chapter 30: How Government Bond Yields Reflect Wartime Events; Chapter 31: How Important Are the Political Costs of Domestic Default?; Chapter 32: Emerging Market Spreads at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century; Part Vi: Sovereign Debt in Emerging Markets. Chapter 33: Sovereign Default Risk and Implications for Fiscal PolicyChapter 34: Default Traps; Chapter 35: Self-Fulfilling and Self-Enforcing Debt Crises; Chapter 36: The Impact of Economic and Political Factors on Sovereign Credit Ratings; Chapter 37: Sovereign Bond Spreads in the New European Union Countries; Chapter 38: Can Sovereign Credit Ratings Promote Financial Sector Development and Capital Inflows to Emerging Markets?; Chapter 39: Country Debt Default Probabilities in Emerging Markets; Chapter 40: The International Stock Market Impact of Sovereign Debt Ratings News. Part Vii: Sovereign Debt and Financial Crises.|