Do we need a mechanism for solving sovereign debt crises? A rule-based discussion

Panizza, Ugo

Geneva : Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, 2013 . - 28 p.

Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies Working Paper ; no. 03/2013

Abstract: This paper uses the rules of engineering as a rhetorical device to discuss why the international financial architecture needs a structured mechanism for dealing with sovereign insolvency. The paper suggests that the most important problem with the status-quo relates to delayed defaults and sketches a proposal aimed at mitigating this problem.


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