The Sustainability Of Romania’S External Debt During The Recent Financial Crisis
Between the sustainability of the current account deficit and the sustainability of the external debt there is a direct connection: the accumulation of external deficits generates in a certain degree the increase of the external debt stock and, at the same time, problems with its sustainability. The analysis of the external debt sustainability constitute a subject of interests for the researchers, both from a theoretical but also empirical point of view, offering various perspectives according to the economical background and future expectations of the international debtors and creditors. The main purpose of this article is to investigate the sustainability of Romania’s external debt during the recent financial crisis that determined without any doubt a reconfiguration of the worldwide economic architecture with reference to the main indicators that are considered by the literature in the field to be relevant in shaping the general framework of debt sustainability. This analysis may be perceived as a starting point for the responsible authorities to develop new strategies that would enable a proper management of the external debt in order to achieve high economic growth rates without any financial compromises.
Volume (Year): 6(2) (2014)
Issue (Month): 2 (July)
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