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Vermeidung und Bewältigung von Verschuldungskrisen: Die Rolle privater und öffentlicher Institutionen

  • Hefeker, Carsten

Das Papier diskutiert die relative Aufgabenteilung von privaten und öffentlichen Institutionen bei der Vermeidung und Bewältigung von Verschuldungskrisen souveräner Staaten. Anders als häufig in der Debatte dargestellt, sind Änderungen sowohl auf Seiten der Anleger gefragt wie auch Änderungen in der Politik und Rolle der Internationalen Finanzinstitutionen. Trotz der Erfahrungen der letzten Jahre sind die nötigen Änderungen bislang ausgeblieben.

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Paper provided by Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWA) in its series HWWA Discussion Papers with number 340.

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