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Caribbean Renewal: Tackling Fiscal and Debt Challenges
Title : Caribbean Renewal: Tackling Fiscal and Debt Challenges
Author : Charles Amo Yartey,Ms. Therese Turner-Jones
Publisher: International Monetary Fund
Total pages: 314 pages
Caribbean economies face high and rising debt-to-GDP ratios that jeopardize prospects for medium-term debt sustainability and growth. This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the challenges of fiscal consolidation and debt reduction in the Caribbean. It examines the problem of high debt in the region and discusses policy options for improving debt sustainability, including fiscal consolidation, robust growth, and structural reforms. The book also examines empirically the factors underlying global large debt reduction episodes to draw important policy lessons for the Caribbean. It also reviews the literature on successful fiscal consolidation experiences and provides an overview of past and current consolidation efforts in the Caribbean. The book concludes that the region needs a broad and sustained package of reforms to reduce debt ratios to more manageable levels and strengthen economic resilience.
External Debt Statistics: Guide for Compilers and Users
Title : External Debt Statistics: Guide for Compilers and Users
Author : N.A
Publisher: International Monetary Fund
Total pages: 347 pages
The IMF has released the 2013 External Debt Statistics: Guide for Compilers and Users (2013 EDS Guide), which contains updated global standards for the compilation, reporting, and analytical use of external debt statistics. The 2013 EDS Guide was prepared under the responsibility of the nine organizations in the Inter-Agency Task Force on Finance Statistics (TFFS), in close consultation with national compilers of external debt, balance of payments, and international investment position statistics.  The 2013 EDS Guide reflects the significant developments in international finance since the issuance of the 2003 EDS Guide. The 2013 EDS Guide provides guidance on (1) the concepts, definitions, and classifications of external debt data; (2) the sources and techniques for compiling these data; and (3) the analytical uses of these data. The concepts set out in the 2013 EDS Guide are fully harmonized with those of the System of National Accounts 2008 (2008 SNA) and the sixth edition of the IMF’s Balance of Payments and International Investment Position Manual (BPM6).  The TFFS is chaired by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and its member agencies are the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), the Commonwealth Secretariat (ComSec), the European Central Bank (ECB), the European Commission (Eurostat), the IMF, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the Paris Club Secretariat, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), and the World Bank.
Developing Country Debt and Economic Performance, Volume 2
Title : Developing Country Debt and Economic Performance, Volume 2
Author : Jeffrey D. Sachs
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Total pages: 575 pages
For dozens of developing countries, the financial upheavals of the 1980s have set back economic development by a decade or more. Poverty in those countries has intensified as they struggle under the burden of an enormous external debt. In 1988, more than six years after the onset of the crisis, almost all the debtor countries were still unable to borrow in the international capital markets on normal terms. Moreover, the world financial system has been disrupted by the prospect of widespread defaults on those debts. Because of the urgency of the present crisis, and because similar crises have recurred intermittently for at least 175 years, it is important to understand the fundamental features of the international macroeconomy and global financial markets that have contributed to this repeated instability. This project on developing country debt, undertaken by the National Bureau of Economic Research, provides a detailed analysis of the ongoing developing country debt crisis. The project focuses on the middle-income developing countries, particularly those in Latin America and East Asia, although many lessons of the study should apply as well to other, poorer debtor countries. The project analyzes the crisis from two perspectives, that of the international financial system as a whole (volume 1) and that of individual debtor countries (volumes 2 and 3). This second volume contains lengthy and detailed case studies of four Latin American nations—Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, and Mexico—providing a wealth of comparative data and new statistics on the general economic development of each nation. The authors explore the various factors that contributed to the debt crisis in each country and analyze how the crisis was managed once it had taken hold. Trenchant economic analyses are enchanced by assessments of the stark political realities behind the policy choices facing each nation.
Slaying the Debt Dragon
Title : Slaying the Debt Dragon
Author : Cherie Lowe
Publisher: Tyndale House
Total pages: 256 pages
Are your finances getting out of control? Have you made mistakes with your money? Are you in more debt than you’d like to admit? Cherie Lowe has been there. She and her family found themselves $127,482.30 in debt (did your jaw drop?). They hadn’t bought a yacht, blown it on designer clothes, or purchased a mansion. The small, everyday expenses of living just added up—until suddenly, the Lowes were being threatened by one dragon of a debt. But through hard work and with God’s help, Cherie’s family vanquished this foe, one bill at a time. And you can too! In Slaying the Debt Dragon, Cherie shares how her war on debt made her financially free, strengthened her marriage, taught her children valuable money-management skills, and brought her whole family closer to God and one another. As you read her battle tales, you’ll be armed with the weapons you need to fight your own financial foes. With God, all things are possible—and your inspired happily ever after can begin today.
Title : Debt-Free Living
Author : Larry Burkett
Publisher: Moody Publishers
Total pages: 240 pages
Credit is so easily obtained, and credit card applications flow into our mailboxes virtually every day. Many couples find themselves deeply in debt and not even sure of how they got there, let alone how they can get out of it. Larry Burkett has the solution! His bestselling book, Debt-Free Living, has been updated and modernized. Debt-Free Living has been providing poignant and biblical teaching on debt for over a decade. This updated resource will teach the consumer about the origin of most financial troubles and help him or her break the 'debt cycle.' Debt-Free Living is a necessary resource to battle the temptation and trappings of debt that are weighing you down.
The Debt Crisis in the Eurozone
Title : The Debt Crisis in the Eurozone
Author : Nikos Petropoulos,George O. Tsobanoglou
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Total pages: 550 pages
During the past four years, the countries of the European periphery – the so-called PIIGS (Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain) – have been experiencing an economic-financial crisis that can only be compared to the Great Depression. To solve the crisis, the EU and the IMF instituted bailout programs for the debit countries on conditions of austerity and structural reforms. In this volume 20 social scientists, using both theoretical and empirical tools, delve into the causes and the social impacts of this crisis. The volume also provides an excellent background for a better comprehension of the dynamics of structural and political changes now taking place within the European Union. The social impacts cover a range of consequences, including poverty, unemployment, anti-migrant attitudes, a decline of welfare and health indicators, post-traumatic stress disorders, national humiliation, political alienation and social protest. The authors analyse the “international” and the “domestic” causes of the crisis, while some of them underline the importance of both factors. In the concluding chapter, the editors undertake a synthesis of the previous chapters, and extract a number of policy recommendations that – if adopted – could transform the current financial crisis into a growth-opportunity for the European Union and its member states.
Resolving the European Debt Crisis
Title : Resolving the European Debt Crisis
Author : William R. Cline,Guntram Wolff
Publisher: Peterson Institute
Total pages: 293 pages
What began as a relatively localized crisis in Greece in early 2010 soon escalated to envelop Ireland and Portugal. By the second half of 2011, the contagion had spread to the far larger economies of Italy and Spain. In mid-September the Peterson Institute and Bruegel hosted a conference designed to contribute to the formulation of policies that could help resolve the euro area debt crisis. This volume presents the conference papers; several are updated through end-2011. European experts examine the political context in Greece (Loukas Tsoukalis), Ireland (Alan Ahearne), Portugal (Pedro Lourtie), Spain (Guillermo de la Dehesa), Italy (Riccardo Perissich), Germany (Daniela Schwarzer), and France (Zaki Laidi). Lessons from past debt restructurings are then examined by Jeromin Zettelmeyer (economic) and Lee Buchheit (legal). The two editors separately consider the main current policy issues: debt sustainability by country, private sector involvement and contagion, alternative restructuring approaches, how to assemble a large emergency financing capacity, whether the European Central Bank (ECB) should be a lender of last resort, whether joint-liability "eurobonds" would be feasible and desirable, and the implications of a possible break-up of the euro area. The luncheon address by George Soros and a description (by Steven R. Weisman with Silvia B. Merler) of the policy simulation game played on the second day of the conference complete the volume. Involving market participants and experts representing the roles of euro area governments, the ECB, IMF, G-7, and credit rating agencies, the game led to a proposal for leveraging the capacity of the European Financial Stability Facility through arrangements with the ECB.
The Effects of the Eurozone Sovereign Debt Crisis
Title : The Effects of the Eurozone Sovereign Debt Crisis
Author : Christian Schweiger,Jose Magone
Total pages: 160 pages
The book analyses the emerging centre-periphery divisions within the European Union which result from the unprecedented conditions created by the 2008-09 global financial crisis and the subsequent Eurozone sovereign debt crisis. The multiple layers of policy coordination which emerged in response to the crisis have initiated a process by which the EU is increasingly divided in terms of the level of vertical integration between the Eurozone core group and differentiated peripheries amongst the outsiders. At the same time the sovereign debt crisis has created a periphery of predominantly Southern European countries within the Eurozone that became dependent on external financial support from the other member states. The contributions in this book critically examine various aspects of the emerging internal post-crisis constellation of the EU. The main focus lies on national and supranational governance issues, national dynamics and dynamics in the Eurozone core as well as in the periphery. This book was originally published as a special issue of Perspectives on European Politics and Society.
Emerging from the Euro Debt Crisis
Title : Emerging from the Euro Debt Crisis
Author : Michael Heise
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total pages: 123 pages
Despite the success of policymakers and the European Central Bank in calming down financial markets since the summer of 2012, European leaders are still facing formidable challenges in making the single currency work in a complex environment. This book starts with a review of the necessary elements of a currency union and highlights the reasons why the system has run into its present troubles. It points to important policy recommendations to be drawn from a structural analysis of the currency union, achievements and failures of the currency union and ways to improve fiscal sustainability and arrive at stable macroeconomic performance for the union. It highlights the importance and the effectiveness of structural reforms that have to accompany fiscal consolidation and discusses the appropriate tools of crisis management and why a restructuring of the Eurozone is not the right step. Based on these considerations, a long-term target picture for the Eurozone as a part of the EU is outlined, providing a valuable contribution to a hopefully intense public debate in the coming years.
Does the Greek debt crisis threaten the stability of the Euro?
Title : Does the Greek debt crisis threaten the stability of the Euro?
Author : Fotini Mastroianni
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
Total pages: 10 pages
Essay from the year 2014 in the subject Economics - Finance, , course: Economics, language: English, abstract: By late 2007, the first signs of financial bubble collapse, public debt, its servicing and the notorious spreads were not subject to financial markets. Countries having high or low debts used to borrow at low interest rates and were not subject to special assessment procedures. 1999 was the last time that financial markets caused national economies to default. This was the case of the crisis in Southeast Asia. The crisis, however, was combined with the massive exodus of foreign capital from the financial markets in the region, which inevitably led to devaluation of currencies, suspension of borrowing and collapse of their economies. The Greek debt crisis is the most serious financial crisis that appeared in a country member of the Eurozone, and it is thought that it will have serious implications on the stability of the Euro. In this paper, the general economic situations of EU and Greece will be examined to check whether the above assumption is possible.
Managing The Euro Area Debt Crisis
Title : Managing The Euro Area Debt Crisis
Author : William R Cline
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Total pages: 218 pages
First came the financial and debt crisis in Greece, then government financing difficulties and rescue programs in Ireland in 2010 and Portugal in 2011. Before long, Italy and Spain were engulfed by financial contagion as well. Finally in 2012, the European Central Bank pledged to do "whatever it takes" to preserve the euro area with purchases of government bonds, a step that achieved impressive results, according to William R. Cline in this important new book. One of the world's leading experts on fiscal and debt issues, Cline mobilizes meticulously researched and forceful arguments to trace the history of the euro area debt crisis and makes projections of future debt sustainability. He argues that euro area leaders made the right decision to keep the euro from breaking apart but warns against complacency about the future. Cline contends that troubled European economies should continue their fiscal consolidation but that further debt restructurings for most countries are not called for. Greece is a special case and may need some further debt relief contingent on continued progress on fiscal and structural reform, however. In this landmark study, Cline offers a detailed analysis of the mistakes, successes, and options for Europe as it struggles to overcome its worst economic disaster since World War II.
The European Debt Crisis
Title : The European Debt Crisis
Author : Costas Simitis
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Total pages: N.A pages
In this book, former Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis examines the European debt crisis with particular reference to the case of Greece. Greece was the first Eurozone country to face an enormous deficit, which reached 15% of GDP in 2009. As the Greek crisis unfolded, other Eurozone countries displayed identical symptoms, albeit in varying degrees of severity. From a strictly Greek predicament the debt crisis quickly turned into a problem for the European Union as a whole. This first English language translation investigates the causes of this spillover and chronicles the policy responses to combat it. It also discusses Greece's troubled political economy, the country's difficulties in adjusting to the demands of its creditors and the vehement social and political reactions to the policy of austerity. Through his comprehensive and authoritative analysis, Simitis provides valuable insights into the crucial interconnection between Greece's own economic troubles and the wider European search for macroeconomic stability and sustainable economic growth. As such, the book appeals well beyond those with a narrow academic interest in Greece. This is very much a discussion about the future of the Eurozone and the European Union as a whole.
Greek Debt Crisis
Title : Greek Debt Crisis
Author : Markus Rothenhöfer
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
Total pages: 17 pages
Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject Economics - Monetary theory and policy, grade: A, International Christian University (Economics), course: International Political Economy, language: English, abstract: In the last two years the severe debt crisis of Greece has posed a large challenge to the member states of the Eurozone. It is threatening the stability of the European Monetary Union (EMU). After having piled up over 300 Billion Euros of debt, in 2010 the market mistrust in Greece dramatically increased, especially as the newly elected government revealed the incorrectness of the financial statistics of previous years. Finally, on the 23rd of April 2010, Greece was threatened by national bankruptcy and requested help of the other Eurozone members and the International Monetary Fund. Although Greece is one of the smaller economies of the Eurozone , its daring default has great effects on the whole community. The current debt crisis of Greece suggests that the pre-crisis structure of the EMU bore weak points. To prevent such a debt crisis in future, it is necessary to explore the reasons which led to it and their connection with the EMU structure. This paper analyzes the main reasons and outlines possible improvements by detailed exploration of the Greek crisis. First Greece’s entrance to the Eurozone will be investigated. After that, the major domestic problems which led to an ongoing deficit will be pointed out and the linkage to insufficient fiscal control will be established. Also the reasons attributed by the Eurozone such as the weak enforcement of the Stability and Growth Pact will be explored. Briefly, the Greek and international approach towards the crisis will be introduced. Before drawing a conclusion a brief summary of the consequences and their effects on the other Eurozone members is held.
The European Debt Crisis
Title : The European Debt Crisis
Author : Ali Ari
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Total pages: 295 pages
The recent global financial crisis is considered to be the most severe crisis which has led to a synchronised recession since the Great Depression in the 1930s. Europe is the most affected region in the world as a result of this crisis, and, as such, the sovereign debt crisis remains the most important issue in the Eurozone and threatens the future of the EU. This book provides answers, from both theoretical and empirical perspectives, to the following questions: What caused the global and European debt crises? What are the consequences of these crises? Why, despite the implementation of several policy measures, are these crises still affecting the world economy? What are the solutions to end the on-going crisis situation in the Eurozone? How can future crisis episodes in the world economy be prevented? Eleven quality papers from both academics and professionals are included in this volume, each of which provides a significant source, reference, and teaching supplement for researchers, policymakers and advanced graduate students. In addition, the papers collected here will also provide supplementary readings for advanced courses for graduate students in economics and European studies.
Instructor Clericalis. Part IV. Being a continuance of barrs and other pleadings from the third part ... Also barrs and pleadings in debt ... By R. G. a clerk of the Court of Common-Pleas [i.e. Robert Gardiner]. B.L.
Title : Instructor Clericalis. Part IV. Being a continuance of barrs and other pleadings from the third part ... Also barrs and pleadings in debt ... By R. G. a clerk of the Court of Common-Pleas [i.e. Robert Gardiner]. B.L.
Author : Robert GARDINER (a Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas.)
Total pages: 483 pages
Debt Settlement: Fraudulent, Abusive, and Deceptive Practices Pose Risk to Consumers: Testimony Before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, U.S. Senate
Title : Debt Settlement: Fraudulent, Abusive, and Deceptive Practices Pose Risk to Consumers: Testimony Before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, U.S. Senate
Author : N.A
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Total pages: N.A pages
A Short History of the Public Debt of Maryland
Title : A Short History of the Public Debt of Maryland
Author : Citizen of Maryland
Total pages: 95 pages
Proceedings of the Fourth Inter-regional Debt Management Conference and WADMO Conference
Title : Proceedings of the Fourth Inter-regional Debt Management Conference and WADMO Conference
Author : United Nations Conference on Trade and Development,World Association of Debt Management Offices
Publisher: United Nations Publications
Total pages: 128 pages