Origins, Management and Restructuring

Edited by Dr Brigitte Granville and Professor Vinod Aggarwal

This timely and innovative book examines the ongoing debate on resolving sovereign debt defaults and alleviating the debt burden of highly indebted poor countries

This timely and innovative book examines the ongoing debate on resolving sovereign debt defaults and alleviating the debt burden of highly indebted poor countries. The authors contribute to the international economics and political economy literature on debt rescheduling, providing historical and conceptual analyses and considering cutting-edge ideas regarding the emerging modes of governance of international debt issues. Their contributions are essential reading for scholars, practitioners, and other individuals interested in the evolving complexities of international debt governance.This timely and innovative book examines the ongoing debate on resolving sovereign debt defaults and alleviating the debt burden of highly indebted poor countries. The authors contribute to the international economics and political economy literature on debt rescheduling, providing historical and conceptual analyses and considering cutting-edge ideas regarding the emerging modes of governance of international debt issues. Their contributions are essential reading for scholars, practitioners, and other individuals interested in the evolving complexities of international debt governance.