3 edition of International borrowing found in the catalog.
|Statement||Daniel D. Bradlow, editor.|
|Series||International negotiation and development : sourcebooks on policy and practice, International negotiation and development|
|Contributions||Bradlow, Daniel D., International Law Institute (Washington, D.C.)|
|LC Classifications||K4450 .I576 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||499 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||499|
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The book will be of great interest to economists, political scientists, game theorists, and sociologists. Show less International Borrowing by Developing Countries analyzes the various aspects of developing-country debt.
International Borrowing by Developing Countries analyzes the various aspects of developing-country debt. The title covers various concepts such as theory of borrowing, official and private debt, petrofund recycling, and debt Edition: 1.
In the wake of the large number of international financial crises that occurred in the s, several proposals have been put forth to reform the “international financial architecture,” that is, the institutional features that characterize the international monetary system.
Short-term International Borrowing and Financial Fragility. Expecting the debt problem of the developing countries to get worse, Seiber proposes the creation of a variety of rescue operations, including anticipatory rescheduling, discounting by the IMF, and help from OPEC.
The distinguished participants in the conference covered in the Miller volume deal with a somewhat wider range of issues. The International Resource Privilege is the power to transfer ownership or freely dispose of the natural resources of a country by the authority that countries give to the current leadership or government of that country.
The resource privilege exists regardless of how the rulers came to power. While bribery is often illegal, the purchase of these resources by payment to the .