The ghost of Deauville

Ashoka Mody, 7 January 2014



The aversion to debt restructuring in the Eurozone has been remarkable, even though public debt ratios in several countries are well above the IMF-identified critical debt overhang threshold of 100% of GDP (IMF 2012). By early 2010, some recognised the urgency of restructuring Greek public debt (Calomiris 2010).

Topics: Financial markets, International finance
Tags: Deauville, eurozone, Eurozone crisis, financial contagion, sovereign debt, sovereign debt restructuring

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