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Financialization and Government Borrowing Capacity in Emerging Markets…

by Iain Hardie

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0230360556, Hardcover)

Hardie investigates the link between the financialization – defined as the ability to trade risk – and the capacity of emerging market governments to borrow from private markets. He considers the government bond markets in Brazil, Lebanon and Turkey and includes interviews with 126 financial market actors.

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Hardieinvestigates the link between the financialization defined as the ability to trade risk and the capacity of emerging market governments to borrow from private markets. Heconsiders the government bond markets in Brazil, Lebanon and Turkey and includesinterviews with126 financial market actors.… (more)

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