In this book, philosophers, theologians, lawyers and economists examine questions related to how to deal fairly with the over-indebted governments of developing countries. * Features articles from scholars and activists with backgrounds in philosophy, religion, law and economics. * Authors both contribute to our understanding of the principles that are relevant in determining how to deal more fairly with highly indebted developing countries, and the kinds of institutional reforms that these principles would demand under present circumstances. * Several chapters develop highly original proposals for reshaping the relationships between sovereign debtors and their creditors, while others provide richly detailed accounts of the role of religious and other influential groups in making the issue of excessive sovereign indebtedness an international cause.
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Weight: 482 g
Dimensions: 229 x 158 x 19 mm
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