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Sovereign Debt : From Safety to Default.

Author: Robert W Kolb
Publisher: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2011.
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An intelligent analysis of the dangers, opportunities, and consequences of global sovereign debtSovereign debt is growing internationally at a terrifying rate, as nations seek to prop up their collapsing economies. One only needs to look at the sovereign risk pressures faced by Greece, Spain, and Ireland to get an idea of how big this problem has become. Understanding this dilemma is now more important than ever,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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
ISBN: 9781118017531 1118017536
OCLC Number: 781471578
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.

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An intelligent analysis of the dangers, opportunities, and consequences of global sovereign debtSovereign debt is growing internationally at a terrifying rate, as nations seek to prop up their collapsing economies. One only needs to look at the sovereign risk pressures faced by Greece, Spain, and Ireland to get an idea of how big this problem has become. Understanding this dilemma is now more important than ever, that's why Robert Kolb has compiled Sovereign Debt. With this book as your guide, you'll gain a better perspective on the essential issues surrounding sovereign debt and default throu.

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