The volatility machine : emerging economies and the threat of financial collapse

Published
  • Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press 2001
Physical description
1 online resource (266 p.)
ISBN
  • 1-280-83525-7
  • 0-19-534948-2
Notes
  • Description based upon print version of record.
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Reproduction available: Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
  • Original electronic resource Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary,
  • English
  • Available in electronic full text to members of the University via the Library web catalogue.
  • Ebrary eBook
  • Print version record.
Contents
  • Contents; Introduction; Part I: The Structure of Financial Crises; 1. Capital Structure and Policy Collapse: The Financial Crisis of the Late 1990s; 2. Market Structure Issues; Part II: Global Liquidity and Capital Flows; 3. Why Does Rich-Country Capital Flow to Poor Countries?; 4. 180 Years of Liquidity Expansion and International Lending; 5. The Contraction of International Lending; Part III: The Corporate Finance of Crises; 6. The Theory of Capital Structure and Financial Risk; 7. The Capital Structure Trap; 8. Toward a Theory of Sovereign Capital Structure Management
  • 9. Debt Restructurings within a Corporate Finance Framework Part IV: Conclusion; 10. Conclusion: The New Financial Architecture; Appendix: The Option Characteristics of Sovereign Debt; Bibliography; Index;
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  • Introduction. Part I. The Structure of Financial Crises. 1. Capital Structure and Policy Collapse: The Financial Crisis of the Late 1990s. 2. Market Structure Issues. Part II. Global Liquidity and Capital Flows. 3. Why Does Ric-Country Capital Flow to Poor Countries?. 4. 180 Years of Liquidity Expansion and International Lending. 5. The Contraction of International Lending. Part III. The Corporate Finance of Crises. 6. The Theory of Capital Structure and Financial Risk. 7. The Capital Structure Trap. 8. Toward a Theory of Sovereign Capital Structure Management. 9. Debt Restructurings within

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