5 edition of The Politics of global debt found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 197-201) and index.
|Statement||edited by Stephen P. Riley.|
|Series||International political economy series|
|Contributions||Riley, Stephen P., 1949-|
|LC Classifications||HJ8011 .P65 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 205 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||205|
|ISBN 10||0312096364, 0333523628|
|LC Control Number||93000014|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Politics and international debt: explaining the crisis / Miles Kahler The debt crisis in historical perspective: Lessons from the past: capital markets during the 19th century and the interwar period / Albert Fishlow Governments and banks in the crisis. Since the financial crisis of , global debt has continued to rise. Total debt has increased by $72 trillion, or 74 percent, from $97 trillion in to $ trillion in the first half of Government debt accounts for 43 percent of this increase, and nonfinancial corporate debt for 41 .
Not until the Enlightenment and the financial revolution in the eighteenth century did sovereigns borrow publicly, regularly, and responsibly. Constitutionalism, the rule of law, ethical acceptance of lending, and more respect for sanctity of contract increased creditors’ willingness to lend. Three centuries of data show that public leverage – the ratio of public debt to GDP – was Author: Richard M. Salsman. The book is as much about knowledge as it is about economics and concludes that the entire anti-crisis strategy of the global elite has been marked .
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The Politics of Global Debt is a detailed political analysis of the origins and consequences of the `global debt crisis' which emerged in the early s.
It assesses both `imperialist' and `New Right' interpretations of the crisis, and also presents a series of case studies of the effects of external debt upon Africa, Latin America, Eastern Europe and : Hardcover. These are some of the issues which The Politics of Global Debt seeks to address.
The book is a detailed political analysis of the origins and consequences of this debt crisis. It assesses both Marxian, \'imperialist\' and \'New Right\' interpretations of the crisis, and also presents a series of case-studies of the effects of external debt upon Africa, Latin America, Eastern Europe and Asia.
The Politics of Global Debt is a detailed political analysis of the origins and consequences of the `global debt crisis' which emerged in the early s. It assesses both `imperialist' and `New Right' interpretations of the crisis, and also presents a series of case studies of the effects of external debt upon Africa, Latin America, Eastern Europe and Asia.
The book focusses upon the `sovereign debt' of states, and its management, and examines the ways in which global economic structures, inefficient policies, weak institutions, and corrupt political leaders contribute to a global debt crisis which has both international and domestic roots.
Description of the book "The Politics of Global Debt": Analyzing the origins and consequences of the "global debt crisis" which emerged in the early s, this book assesses both "imperialist" and "New Right" interpretations of the crisis, and also presents a series of case studies of the effects of the external debt upon Africa, Latin America, Eastern Europe and Asia.
Investigating the global financial meltdown as the first systemic crisis of the neoliberal stage of capitalism, this analysis argues that—far from having ended—the crisis has ushered in a period of worldwide economic and political turbulence. In developing an account of the crisis as rooted in fundamental features of capitalism, this study challenges the view that capitalism's source lies.
Evaluates how modern food riots are most important for what they reveal about global economic transformation and its social, and political, consequences Provides a general framework (drawing on comparative and historical material) and then trace the cycle of uneven development, debt, neo-liberal reform, and protest in Latin America, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe.
The world's already huge debt load smashed the record for the highest debt-to-GDP ratio before was even over. The IIF cites the deepening of global bond markets as the reason for the rise in debt levels.
The global bond markets increased from $87 trillion Author: Spriha Srivastava. First, when debt rises faster than economic output (as it has been doing in recent years), higher government debt implies more state interference in the economy and higher taxes in the future.
Buy The Politics of Global Debt by Stephen P. Riley from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Book Edition: 1st Ed. Book Review: Stephen P. Riley (ed.), The Politics of Global Debt (New York: St. Martin's Press, Inte March Millennium - Journal of International Studies Wolf Hassdorf.
The next time we have a global economic slowdown, or a recession in certain key regions, debt as a percentage of GDP may very well have another big jump upwards like it did in / This article provides a brief overview of global debt for investors, including which regions have the highest debts.
A Look at Global Debt. Global debt has hit a new high of % of world GDP, exceeding the previous record of % in So, as the IMF points out, there has been no deleveraging at all at the global level since the financial crisis.
Global debt is an issue that has become especially troublesome since the financial crisis of Eight years following this crash and Great Recession, the planet is experience a debt problem that has never before been seen in the whole history of the world.
Total debt outside of the financial sector has increased by more than double in real dollars since the century began through This book explores the IMF's role within the politics of austerity by providing a path-breaking comprehensive analysis of how the IMF approach to fiscal policy has evolved sinceand how the IMF worked to alter advanced economy policy responses to the global.
The world’s debt pile is hovering near a record at $ trillion, which is more than three times the size of the global economy, according to an analysis by the Institute of International Finance. Growth, Debt, And Politics: Economic Adjustment And The Political Performance Of Developing Countries (The Political Economy of Global Interdependence) Skip to main content Try PrimeCited by: Global debt hit an all-time high of $ trillion (£ trillion) in the third quarter ofaccording to the Institute of International Finance (IIF).
That’s a $16 trillion increase on debt. The politics of international debt have received increasing attention in recent years. However, discussion of the politics of money has focused on Latin American and 'third' world countries.
So far there has been little treatment of the politics of scarce money and of money as a political category in relation to 'advanced' countries. Global debt held by governments, households and non-financial firms reached an all-time high of $ trillion that year, fueled largely by those three countries.
China, in .1 Introducing Global Politics 1 2Historical Context 25 3 Theories of Global Politics 53 4 The Economy in a Global Age 83 5 The State and Foreign Policy in a Global Age 6 Society in a Global Age 7 The Nation in a Global Age 8Identity,Culture and Challenges to the West 9Power and Twenty-first Century World Order 10 War and Peace UNDERSTANDING THE EUROPEAN DEBT CRISIS IN A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE George Stathakis The World Public Debt Crisis 33 We hope that the book ««The Political Economy of Public Debt and Austerity in the EU¥¥, published rightafter the bigvictory of SYRIZA in Greece, will contribute to political issue accentuated in the era of the Size: 1MB.