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Sovereign debt and human rights, edited by Ilias Bantekas, Cephas Lumina

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Sovereign debt and human rights
Title
Sovereign debt and human rights
Statement of responsibility
edited by Ilias Bantekas, Cephas Lumina
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Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Sovereign debt is necessary for the functioning of many modern states, yet its impact on human rights is underexplored in academic literature. This volume provides the reader with a step-by-step analysis of the debt phenomenon and how it affects human rights. Beginning by setting out the historical, political and economic context of sovereign debt, the book goes on to address the human rights dimension of the policies and activities of the three types of sovereign lenders: international financial institutions (IFIs), sovereigns and private lenders.0Bantekas and Lumina, along with a team of global experts, establish the link between debt and the manner in which the accumulation of sovereign debt violates human rights, examining some of the conditions imposed by structural adjustment programs on debtor states with a view to servicing their debt. They outline how such conditions have been shown to exacerbate the debt itself at the expense of economic sovereignty, concluding that such measures worsen the borrower's economic situation, and are injurious to the entrenched rights of peoples
Cataloging source
YDX
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Bantekas, Ilias
  • Lumina, Cephas
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  • Human rights
  • Debts, Public
  • Debts, Public
  • Human rights
Label
Sovereign debt and human rights, edited by Ilias Bantekas, Cephas Lumina
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Sovereign Debt and Human Rights: An Introduction, Ilias Bantekas and Cephas Lumina; The Historical Context of Sovereign Debt, Kim Oosterlinck; Sovereign Debt Crises: A Problem of Debt Management?, Rosa Maria Lastra and Vassilis Paliouras; Human Rights and Sovereign Debts in the Context of Property and Creditor Rights, Arturo C Porzecanski; Private Loans to Sovereign Borrowers, Mauro Megliani; Export Credits, Sovereign Debt, and Human Rights, Sara L Seek and Daniela Chimisso dos Santos; The Financial and Social Cost of Public-Private Partnerships, Maria Jose Romero and Bodo Ellmers; Foreign Investment, Sovereign Debt, and Human Rights, Matthias Goldmann; The Role of Credit Rating Agencies in Sovereign Debt Markets 146 Aline Darbellay; Sovereign Debt and Human Rights: Making the Connection, Cephas Lumina; Sovereign Debt and the Right to Food, Olivier De Schutter; Sovereign Debt and the Right to Health, Tim Jones; Sovereign Debt and the Right to Education, Ilias Bantekas; Sovereign Debt and the Right to Development, Gail Hurley; Sovereign Debt and Self-Determination, Ilias Bantekas; Debt Crises, Economic Adjustment, and Labour Standards, Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky and Franz Christian Ebert;
  • Sovereign Debt and Civil/Political Rights, Sarah Joseph; Illicit Financial Flows, Sovereign Debt, and Human Rights, Cephas Lumina and Mulesa Lumina; Towards a More Ethical Lending to Sovereigns, Barry Herman; Rights Implications, Thomas Stubbs and Alexander Kentikelenis; Debt, Austerity, and the Structural Responses of Social Rights, Ben TC Warwick; Guiding Principles to Assess the Human Rights Impact of Economic Reforms? Yes, Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky; Odious Debt, Adverse Creditors, and the Democratic Ideal, Margot E Salomon and Robert Howse; A Soft Law Mechanism for Sovereign Debt Restructuring Based on the UN Principles, Martin Guzman and Joseph E Stiglitz; A Sovereign Debt Arbitral Mechanism from a Human Rights Perspective, Ilias Bantekas; Citizen Debt Audits, Maria Lucia Fattorelli; Curbing 'Vulture Fund' Litigation, Cephas Lumina; Sustainable Financing through Domestic Resource Mobilization (DRM): The Role of International Law, Francesco Seatzu; The Right to Unilateral Repudiation of Odious, Illegal, and Illegitimate Sovereign Debt as a Human Rights Defence, Ilias Bantekas;
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
First Edition
Extent
xli, 588 pages
Isbn
9780198810445
Lccn
2018952329
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1030967861
Label
Sovereign debt and human rights, edited by Ilias Bantekas, Cephas Lumina
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Sovereign Debt and Human Rights: An Introduction, Ilias Bantekas and Cephas Lumina; The Historical Context of Sovereign Debt, Kim Oosterlinck; Sovereign Debt Crises: A Problem of Debt Management?, Rosa Maria Lastra and Vassilis Paliouras; Human Rights and Sovereign Debts in the Context of Property and Creditor Rights, Arturo C Porzecanski; Private Loans to Sovereign Borrowers, Mauro Megliani; Export Credits, Sovereign Debt, and Human Rights, Sara L Seek and Daniela Chimisso dos Santos; The Financial and Social Cost of Public-Private Partnerships, Maria Jose Romero and Bodo Ellmers; Foreign Investment, Sovereign Debt, and Human Rights, Matthias Goldmann; The Role of Credit Rating Agencies in Sovereign Debt Markets 146 Aline Darbellay; Sovereign Debt and Human Rights: Making the Connection, Cephas Lumina; Sovereign Debt and the Right to Food, Olivier De Schutter; Sovereign Debt and the Right to Health, Tim Jones; Sovereign Debt and the Right to Education, Ilias Bantekas; Sovereign Debt and the Right to Development, Gail Hurley; Sovereign Debt and Self-Determination, Ilias Bantekas; Debt Crises, Economic Adjustment, and Labour Standards, Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky and Franz Christian Ebert;
  • Sovereign Debt and Civil/Political Rights, Sarah Joseph; Illicit Financial Flows, Sovereign Debt, and Human Rights, Cephas Lumina and Mulesa Lumina; Towards a More Ethical Lending to Sovereigns, Barry Herman; Rights Implications, Thomas Stubbs and Alexander Kentikelenis; Debt, Austerity, and the Structural Responses of Social Rights, Ben TC Warwick; Guiding Principles to Assess the Human Rights Impact of Economic Reforms? Yes, Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky; Odious Debt, Adverse Creditors, and the Democratic Ideal, Margot E Salomon and Robert Howse; A Soft Law Mechanism for Sovereign Debt Restructuring Based on the UN Principles, Martin Guzman and Joseph E Stiglitz; A Sovereign Debt Arbitral Mechanism from a Human Rights Perspective, Ilias Bantekas; Citizen Debt Audits, Maria Lucia Fattorelli; Curbing 'Vulture Fund' Litigation, Cephas Lumina; Sustainable Financing through Domestic Resource Mobilization (DRM): The Role of International Law, Francesco Seatzu; The Right to Unilateral Repudiation of Odious, Illegal, and Illegitimate Sovereign Debt as a Human Rights Defence, Ilias Bantekas;
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
First Edition
Extent
xli, 588 pages
Isbn
9780198810445
Lccn
2018952329
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1030967861

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