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Global Waves of Debt
Causes and Consequences

by M. Ayhan Kose, Peter Nagle, Franziska Ohnsorge, and Naotaka Sugawara
ISBN 9781464815447
Code: #211544

Publication year: 2020

Cdn: $75.50; US: $55.00
Paperback
Language: English
426 pages
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The global economy has experienced four waves of rapid debt accumulation over the past 50 years. The first three debt waves ended with financial crises in many emerging market and developing economies. During the current wave, which started in 2010, the increase in debt in these economies has already been larger, faster, and broader based than in the previous three waves. Current low interest rates mitigate some of the risks associated with high debt. However, emerging market and developing economies are also confronted by weak growth prospects, mounting vulnerabilities, and elevated global risks. A menu of policy options is available to reduce the likelihood of the current debt wave ending in crisis and, if crises were to take place, alleviate their impact.
Global Waves of Debt
Cdn: $75.50; US: $55.00
World Bank BookID: 127557 Added: 2020.7.24