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Resolving the Eurozone Crisis--Without Debt Buyouts, National Guarantees, Mutual Insurance, or Fiscal Transfers

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One of the reasons for the failure of Europe's governing bodies to resolve the eurozone crisis is resistance to debt buyouts, national guarantees, mutual insurance, and fiscal transfers between member-states. Stuart Holland argues that none of these are necessary to convert a share of national bonds to Union bonds or for net issues of eurobonds--two alternative approaches to the debt crisis that would offset default risk and, by securing the euro as a reserve currency, contribute to more balanced global growth.

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  • Stuart Holland, 2011. "Resolving the Eurozone Crisis--Without Debt Buyouts, National Guarantees, Mutual Insurance, or Fiscal Transfers," Economics Policy Note Archive 11-05, Levy Economics Institute.
  • Handle: RePEc:lev:levypn:11-05
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