the global debt crisis

Book Title : The Global Debt Crisis and Its Socioeconomic Implications
Author : Mohamed Rabie
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2017-10-31
Pages : 235
ISBN : 9783319662152
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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This fascinating and ambitious book proposes a new strategy ("the Ramo Plan") to tackle the current global socioeconomic crisis. Issuing a direct challenge to the status quo, the author lays out a bold set of policies to overcome the West-East divide and lead us to a more successful and secure future. Alongside the presentation of a new economic approach, this book provides a thorough survey of the major forces behind the decline in economic growth rates. It examines the state of the major world economies, explores the impact of the global debt crisis, identifies the income and wealth gaps in the United States and other countries, and explains the relationship between these issues and the spread of alienation, radicalism and terrorism. Imaginative and refreshing, this is valuable and original reading for students and academics interested in international political economy, economic development, sustainable development, and social economics, as well as global policy, area studies, globalization studies, and international relations.

Book Title : The global debt crisis
Author : John H. Makin
Publisher :
Release Date : 1984
Pages : 281
ISBN : 0465026818
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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Book Title : The Global Debt Crisis
Author : Paul E. Peterson
Publisher : Brookings Institution Press
Release Date : 2014-01-10
Pages : 241
ISBN : 9780815724179
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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Debt crises have placed strains not only on the European Union's nascent federal system but also on the federal system in the United States. Old confrontations over fiscal responsibility are being renewed, often in a more virulent form, in places as far flung as Detroit, Michigan, and Valencia, Spain, to say nothing of Greece and Cyprus. Increasing the complexity of the issue has been public sector collective bargaining, now a component of most federal systems. The attendant political controversies have become the debate of a generation. Paul Peterson and Daniel Nadler have assembled experts from both sides of the Atlantic to break down the structural flaws in federal systems of government that have led to economic and political turmoil. Proposed solutions offer ways to preserve and restore vibrant federal systems that meet the needs of communities struggling for survival in an increasingly unified global economy. Contributors: Andrew G. Biggs (American Enterprise Institute); César Colino (National Distance Education University, Madrid); Eloísa del Pino (Instituto de Políticas y Bienes Públicos, Madrid); Henrik Enderlein (Hertie School of Governance, Berlin); Cory Koedel (University of Missouri); Carlos Xabel Lastra-Anadón (Harvard University); Daniel Nadler (Harvard University); Shawn Ni (University of Missouri); Amy Nugent (Government of Ontario, Canada); James Pearce (Mowat Centre, University of Toronto, Canada); Paul E. Peterson (Harvard University); Michael Podgursky (University of Missouri); Jason Richwine (Washington, D.C.); Jonathan Rodden (Stanford Uni versity); Daniel Shoag (Harvard University); Richard Simeon (University of Toronto, Canada); Camillo von Müller (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, and Leuphana University, Germany); Daniel Ziblatt (Harvard University)

Book Title : Solving the global debt crisis
Author : Christine A. Bogdanowicz-Bindert
Publisher : Ballinger Pub Co
Release Date : 1989
Pages : 249
ISBN : 0887303447
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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Essays discuss the political aspects of the debt crisis, share the views of bankers and debtors, and look at suggested solutions

Book Title : Resolving the Global Debt Crisis
Author : Morris Miller
Publisher : United Nations Publications
Release Date : 1989
Pages : 144
ISBN : OSU:32435061895157
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Book Title : The Global debt crisis
Author : Scott B. MacDonald
Publisher : Pinter Pub Ltd
Release Date : 1990
Pages : 256
ISBN : 086187742X
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Book Title : The International Monetary Fund IMF and the Global Debt Crisis
Author : Emmanuel Chijioke Nwagboso
Publisher :
Release Date : 1991
Pages : 710
ISBN : UCSD:31822018792358
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Book Title : The Politics of Global Debt
Author : Stephen P. Riley
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2016-07-27
Pages : 205
ISBN : 9781349228201
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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The Politics of Global Debt is a detailed political analysis of the origins and consequences of the `global debt crisis' which emerged in the early 1980s. It assesses both `imperialist' and `New Right' interpretations of the crisis, and also presents a series of case studies of the effects of external debt upon Africa, Latin America, Eastern Europe and Asia. The book focusses upon the `sovereign debt' of states, and its management, and examines the ways in which global economic structures, inefficient policies, weak institutions, and corrupt political leaders contribute to a global debt crisis which has both international and domestic roots.

Book Title : The Global Debt Crisis and Its Socioeconomic Implications
Author : Dr Mohamed Rabie
Publisher : Palgrave MacMillan
Release Date : 2018-08-22
Pages : 256
ISBN : 3319881973
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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This fascinating and ambitious book proposes a new strategy ("the Ramo Plan") to tackle the current global socioeconomic crisis. Issuing a direct challenge to the status quo, the author lays out a bold set of policies to overcome the West-East divide and lead us to a more successful and secure future. Alongside the presentation of a new economic approach, this book provides a thorough survey of the major forces behind the decline in economic growth rates. It examines the state of the major world economies, explores the impact of the global debt crisis, identifies the income and wealth gaps in the United States and other countries, and explains the relationship between these issues and the spread of alienation, radicalism and terrorism. Imaginative and refreshing, this is valuable and original reading for students and academics interested in international political economy, economic development, sustainable development, and social economics, as well as global policy, area studies, globalization studies, and international relations.

Book Title : Systems Social Order and the Global Debt Crisis
Author : John Hamilton Bradford
Publisher :
Release Date : 2010
Pages : 255
ISBN : OCLC:665842409
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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Part I examines the global rise of both public and private debt and its recent manifestations in the US housing bubble and the financial panic of 2007-8. A review of the most popular theories of the debt crisis is provided, including an explication of securitized banking and economic theory. The underlying condition of increasing ecological and energetic scarcity is accorded central significance in the broad trajectory of world growth and debt. Part II explicates systems theories of social order and the social significance of markets. The theories of Niklas Luhmann, Talcott Parsons, Mario Bunge, Anthony Giddens, and Jürgen Habermas are evaluated with respect to their theories of social order and crisis. A central finding is that, although declining rates of exergy production inhibit the global economic recovery as measured by conventional economic tools, this fact is not likely to be widely recognized. A central theme of Part II is how social systems handle uncertainty, risk, and to what extent complex social systems can be regulated normatively by the public sphere. As global society becomes increasingly interconnected and dependent upon the depletion of material and energy resources, the communication channels that facilitate the self-understanding of modern society at the same time proliferate, becoming increasingly disconnected and self-referential. Luhmann's systems theory is used to explain why collective recognition and action is at once rendered more necessary and increasingly unlikely given the complexity of global society that Earth's terrestrial stock of nonrenewable energy resources has engendered.