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Proceedings from Conference on "Causes and consequences of excessive sovereign debts"

Government Debt and Default in a Minimal State      
Maximilian Ludwig       
Hamburg University      
       
       
Sovereign Debt Defaults
     
Hussein Zeaiter      
Lebanese American University      
       
       
Low Income Countries, Credit Rationing and Debt Relief: Bye Bye Financial Market?
     
Marc Raffinot and Baptiste Venet      
Université Paris-Dauphine      
       
       
On the Determinants of the Sovereign Default Risk: Does Original Sin Matter?      
Slim Souissi, Eric Paget-Blanc      
TELECOM Business School (Evry) and University of Evry      
       
       
Please do not shoot the wrong enemy!      
Marcello Spano      
Università dell’Insubria      
       
       
,Sovereign Borrowing for Dubious Reforms: A model with applications on the EMU      
Maximilian Ludwig      
University of Hamburg      
       
       
Foreign currency debt burden and reserve-currency status: Which impact on the sovereign credit ratings?      
Eric Paget-Blanc and Slim Souissi      
University of Evry      
       
       
Financialisation in the European Periphery and the sovereign debt crisis: the Portuguese case
     
E. Leão, R. Barradas, R. Paes Mamede and S. Lagoa      
ISCTE – Lisbon      

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