- Title Pages
- 1 Creditor Initiatives in the 1980s and 1990s
- 2 Playing Games with African Lives: The G7 Debt Relief Strategy and the Politics of Indifference
- 3 Sovereign Debt and the Debt Crisis in Emerging Countries: The Experience of the 1990s
- 4 Ecological Debt—The Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildren
- 5 Defining “Illegitimate Debt”: When Creditors Should Be Liable for Improper Loans
- 6 The Legal Case for Debt Repudiation
- 7 Ethics, Market and Government Failure, and Globalization: Perspectives on Debt and Finance
- 8 Helping the Poor to Help Themselves: Debt Relief or Aid?
- 9 Using International Finance to Further Conservation: The First 15 Years of Debt-for-Nature Swaps
- 10 Odious Debt
- 11 Dealing Comprehensively, and Justly, with Sovereign Debt
- 12 The IMF's SDRM—Simply Disastrous Rescheduling Management?
- 13 Dealing with Sovereign Debt: Trends and Implications
- 14 The Jubilee 2000 Campaign: A Brief Overview
- Sovereign Debt at the Crossroads
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