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Sovereign debt, market sentiments and country solidarity

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The presentation will be a primer on sovereign default, which is very different from private default. It is a strategic choice and not one of solvency. Moreover, the ability and willingness of creditors to sanction the debtor is limited. I will also discuss the large role of negative market sentiment which has been at the focus of the European crisis.

Emile-Alexandre Marin, PhD in Economics focusing on international macroeconomics and finance – also your friendly Bar Chair.

This talk is part of the Darwin College Humanities and Social Sciences Group series.

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