Der Beitrag privater Finanzinstitute zur Entschuldung
In: List Forum Band 32
The developing nations’ recurrent debt crisis is an issue of great economic interest. The following text describes the recent development of major international financial institutions like the WORLD BANK and the INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND in the field of debt relief and debt management in developing countries. Further more, the author analyzes the particular contribution of private financial institutions – mostly coordinated within the London Club – regarding debt relief for developing countries. The author identifies flexible juridical and institutional debt management and debt crisis resolution tools such as Collective Action Clauses and a close dialog between the participating actors as key innovations to pre-vent unbearable levels of indebtedness and financial crises. (Original text only available in german language)
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