9780199674374

Sovereign Financing and International Law The UNCTAD Principles on Responsible Sovereign Lending and Borrowing

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    9780199674374

  • ISBN10:

    019967437X

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2013-09-15
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Table of Contents


Part 1 - Setting the Global Scene
1. Introduction, Carlos Esposito, Yuefen Li, and Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky
2. Why the Need for Promoting Principles on Responsible Sovereign Lending and Borrowing?, Yuefen Li
3. Sovereign Debt Restructurings as Exercises of Public Authority: Towards a Decentralized Sovereign Insolvency Law, Armin von Bogdandy & Matthias Goldmann
Part 2 - Legal Status of the Principles
4. Legal Status of UNCTAD's Principles on Responsible Sovereign Lending and Borrowing, Carlos Esposito and Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky
5. Out of Thin Air? Tracing the Origins of the UNCTAD Principles in State Practice, Michael Waibel
Part 3 - Comparative Studies: General Principles
6. Legal Stipulations of Sovereign Lending and Borrowing in Domestic Jurisdictions, Matthias Goldmann
7. The Legal Contours of Sovereign Debt Restructuring under the UNCTAD Draft Principles, Anastasios Gourgourini, Antonis Bredimas, and Georges Pavlidis
Part 4 - Debt Management
8. Improving Debt Management on the Basis of UNCTAD's Principles, Kunibert Raffer
9. UNCTAD's Principles and the United Nations Convention against Corruption. Links and joint strategies, Juan Bautista Justo
10. Fiduciary Relations: Legal Framework and Implications for Responsible Sovereign Debt Management, Jose Oyola and Marie Sudreau
11. Current EU Mechanisms to Tackle Sovereign Insolvency, TBC
Part 5 - China as a Case Study
12. China's Governmental Preferential Loans and the Performance of its Lending Responsibility - Take China Export-Import Bank as an Example, Meibo Huang
13. Debt Crisis Prevention for China as the Biggest Sovereign Creditor and the Principles, Xiuli Han
Part 6 - Two Key Issues
14. Restructuring a Sovereign's Contingent Liabilities, Lee Buccheit
15. Governance of Credit Rating Agencies: An Analysis of Sustainability, Manuel Monjas Barroso, Carmen Mendoza Resco, and Fernando Gallardo Olmedo
Part 7 - Outlook and Implementation
16. Producing Change in Sovereign Lending Practices, Mark C. Weidemaier
17. Implementation of the Principles on Responsible Sovereign Financing, Anna Gelpern
Part 8 - Conclusions
18. Concluding Remarks in the Light of International Law, Robert Howse

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