A NEW BEGINNING
- JAMAICA'S P.M. ON THE THIRD WORLD DEBT CRISIS. Seaga, Edward // Management Review;Oct87, Vol. 76 Issue 10, p61
Addresses the issue of the third world debt crisis. Impact of the debt crisis on multinational banking; Countries that incurred the most amount of debt; Effect of the crisis on commodity prices; Adjustments that should be made by nations to minimize the negative economic impact of the debt crisis.
- Monitoring the journals. Flanagan, David J.; Bateman, Fred // Business Economics;Apr90, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p67
Comments on the article `Sovereign Debt: Is to Forgive to Forget?' by Jeremy Bulow and Kenneth Rogoff that appeared in the March 1989 issue of `The American Economic Review.' Rise in volume of international loans to less-developed countries; Model allowing a country to employ reputation or...
- The Latin American debt. // Commonweal;2/27/87, Vol. 114 Issue 4, p105
Third-world debt now amounts to about $1 trillion, half of which is in Latin America. Many US banks have third-world loans greater than their capital base. A combination of cost sharing and linkage to domestic performance would be the most effective and fairest solution to the debt problem.
- Swapping Third World debt. // Foreign Policy;Winter86/87, Issue 65, p85
Understanding how and why Third World debt swapping developed and how it works. How swapping can serve as a model for a political solution to debt crisis for both debtors and creditors. Implications of debt swapping. Baker plan; Secondary markets; Debt capitalization.
- Third world debt is still growing. Gardner, Gary // World Watch;Jan/Feb95, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p37
Discusses the growth of external debts of developing countries around the world. Rates of increase; Reasons for increase; Prospects for economic development of developing countries.
- Testing for weak-level efficiency in the secondary market for developing country debt. Webster, Thomas J. // Journal of Applied Business Research;Winter95, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p73
Investigates the presence of weak level efficiency in the secondary market for developing country debt by modeling as autoregressive integrated moving-average (ARIMA) processes debt price variations of eight large debtor countries that were actively traded during the period January 1986 to...
- Is the debt crisis coming to an end? Halvorson-Quevedo, Raundi; Joumard, Isabelle // OECD Observer;Oct/Nov93, Issue 184, p13
Examines factors which affects the debt crisis around the world. Decline of external debt-servicing obligations of developing countries; Positive and negative developments in debt restructuring.
- Proclaim liberty to captives. // America;10/15/1988, Vol. 159 Issue 10, p243
Editorial concerning third-world debts, suggesting their cancellation by US banks. Views of presidential candidates; Effect of debt on third-world population.
- It's not all that complicated. // America;10/28/1989, Vol. 161 Issue 12, p263
Editorial. Comments on the problem of Third World debt. Comparing it to the debtors' prisons of Charles Dickens' era. Statement on public debt in developing nations issued by US Catholic bishops; Relieving the debt for the sake of global interdependence.