Directed both at students of international finance and practitioners in the field, the book stresses the importance of treating the analysis of sovereign risk in a more general framework than is typically the case, identifying the components of both the demand and supply of sovereign loans.
The author also discusses the link between the unique aspects of sovereign lending, the interdependence of the international banking system and the potential instability in the world financial system.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. A Review of the Current Situation 2. A Review of Current Approaches to Sovereign Risk Analysis 3. A Broader Framework for Assessing Sovereign Risk 4. Writing a Country Report 5. International Financial Stability: Problems and Solutions. References. Index.
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