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Solving The Global Debt Crisis: Strategies And Controversies From Key Stakeholders
Solving The Global Debt Crisis: Strategies And Controversies From Key Stakeholders
Edited by Christine A. Bogdanowicz-Bindert
Harper & Row, 1989, 272 pp
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Bankers, officials and politicians in debtor and creditor countries make up most of the contributors whose "positions and prescriptions . . . are irreconcilable," as the editor says. With experience going back to Zaïre's debts in the 1970s, she gives shape to the book by a perceptive, clear analysis justifying her conclusion that "pessimism is called for."