PolicyCast: Carmen Reinhart on what has worked in past sovereign debt crises

PolicyCast: Carmen Reinhart on what has worked in past sovereign debt crises
On this week’s episode of the Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast, we speak with economist and HKS Professor Carmen Reinhart, who recently combed through two centuries of data on sovereign debt crises to learn what has and hasn’t worked for countries …
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Sovereign and corporate debt – oil and water don’t mix
A third wave of the credit crash, the first being a sub-prime housing bust and serial banking collapse of 2007/08 and the second, the euro sovereign debt crisis of 2011/12. Emerging market borrowing remains vulnerable to any reversal of easy money …
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Who Benefits From Sovereign Debt Crises? (3/5)
Jayati Ghosh is professor of economics and currently also Chairperson at the Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, School of Social Sciences, at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, in New Delhi, India. Her specialities include globalization …
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