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Title Author/Affiliation Topic Year of Publication
Sovereign Bailouts: Are Ex-Ante Conditions Useful? Elena Perazzi - Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne Contract Standards 2022
Pari Passu Lost and Found: The Origins of Sovereign Bankruptcy 1798-1873 Marc Flandreau - University of Pennsylvania Contract Standards 2022
Why do Sovereign Borrowers Post Collateral? Evidence from the 19th Century Marc Flandreau, Stefano Pietrosanti, Carlotta Schuster - CEPR, Bank of Italy, UNCTAD Contract Standards 2021
Policies for managing a wave of sovereign debt crises Patrick Bolton, Mitu Gulati, Ugo Panizza - Columbia University, Duke University School of Law, Fondazione Luigi Einaudi Contract Standards 2021
How China lends: A rare look into 100 debt contracts with foreign governments Anna Gelpern, Sebastian Horn, Scott Morris, Brad Parks, Christoph Trebesch - Peterson Institute for International Economics, Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Center for Global Development, University of Kiel Contract Standards 2021
Time to Die: Bond, Imperial Chinese Bond Brenda Luo, Alex Xiao - Duke University School of Law Contract Standards 2020
Sovereign Debt Standstills Juan Carlos Hatchondo, Leonardo Martinez, César Sosa-Padilla - Western University, International Monetary Fund, University of Notre Dame Contract Standards 2020
Do Enhanced Collective Action Clauses Affect Sovereign Borrowing Costs? Kay Chung, Michael G. Papaioannou - International Monetary Fund, LeBow College of Business Contract Standards 2020
BITs and Bonds: The International Law and Economics of Sovereign Debt Stratos Pahis - NYU School of Law Contract Standards 2020
Improving transparency of lending to sovereign governments Shakira Mustapha and Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal - Queen Mary University of London Contract Standards 2020

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