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Sovereign debt diplomacies : rethinking sovereign debt from colonial empires to hegemony

Sovereign debt diplomacies : rethinking sovereign debt from colonial empires to hegemony

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Pénet, Pierre. Flores Zendejas, Juan Huitzilihuitl.
Title Statement
Sovereign debt diplomacies : rethinking sovereign debt from colonial empires to hegemony / edited by Pierre Pénet and Juan-Flores Zendejas.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Oxford :   Oxford University Press,   2021.  
Physical Medium
xvii, 352 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9780198866350
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Debts, Public --History. Diplomacy --History. International economic relations --History.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Pierre Penet and Juan Flores Zendejas: Introduction: Sovereign Debt Diplomacies
1: Pierre Penet And Juan Flores Zendejas: Rethinking Sovereign Debt from Colonial Empires to Hegemony
Section 1. Imperial Solutions to Sovereign Debt Crises (1820-1933)
2: Juan Flores Zendejas And Felipe Ford Cole: Sovereignty and Debt in 19th Century Latin America
3: Ali Coskun Tuncer: Foreign Debt and Colonisation in Egypt and Tunisia (1840-1882)
4: Nicolas Degive And Kim Oosterlinck: Independence and the Effect of Empire: The Case of ''Sovereign Debts'' issued by British Colonies
Section 2. Debt Disputes in The Age Of Financial Repression: When Repayment Takes A Backseat (1933-1970s)
5: Gustavo Del Angel And Lorena Perez: The Fortune of Geopolitical Conditions in Debt Diplomacy: Mexico''s Long Road to the 1942 Foreign Debt Settlement
6: Laura De La Villa: The Multilateral Principle-Based Approach to the Restructuring of German Debts in 1953
7: Juan Flores Zendejas, Pierre Penet, and Christian Suter: The Revenge of Defaulters: Sovereign Defaults and Interstate Negotiations in the Post-War Financial Order
Section 3. Postcolonial Transitions and the Hopes for a New International Economic Order (1960s-1980s)
8: Gregoire Mallard: We Owe You Nothing: Decolonization and Sovereign Debt Obligations in International Public Law
9: Michael Waibel: Decolonization and Sovereign Debt: A Quagmire
10: Quentin Deforge And Benjamin Lemoine: Third World Project and the Battles of Debt: Macro Financial Agenda versus Technical Assistance at UNCTAD
Section 4. The Legalisation of Sovereign Debt Disputes Between Wish and Reality (1990s-Present)
11: Giselle Datz: Placing Contemporary Sovereign Debt: The Fragmented Landscape of Legal Precedent and Legislative Preemption
12: Mitu Gulati And Ugo Panizza: Maduro Bonds
13: Anusha Chari And Ryan Leary: Contract Provisions, Default Risk, and Bond Prices: Evidence from Puerto Rico
Odette Lienau: Concluding Remarks: (Neo)Colonialism, (Neo)Imperialism, and Hegemony

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