Tag Archives: debt relief

An Easy Way to Provide Debt Relief for the World’s Poorest Countries

Donor governments do not have to fund poor country debt relief from their fiscal budgets. They can tap long-unused reserve assets available at the IMF called Special Drawing Rights (SDRs).

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Argentina’s Debt: How to Buy Time in the Pandemic

As the country faces yet another debt crisis, what is a constructive way forward for Argentina and its creditors?

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The IMF Goes Varoufakis? Please Don’t!

Message to Washington: Debt relief for Greece is a big fat red herring.

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Toward a New Economic Order?

What should be the key characteristics of the new global economic order?

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Shaping African Prosperity

Why will the G8’s aid go to waste unless Africa helps secure its own future?

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A Checklist for Development Economics

What medical strategies can economists apply to repair developing world economies?

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Development Economics as Clinical Economics

Can clinical strategies make development in poor countries more effective?

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Nigeria — Time to Cut a Debt Deal?

Would debt relief help Nigeria, led by reformers, through a particularly fragile situation?

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