Fixing Financial Crises in the 21st Century

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1.1 Capital flows to emerging markets 4
1.2 EMBI and EMBI global spread composite 5
1.3 EME sovereign US$ bond spreads: distribution over time 7
1.4 Average IMF loans 8
1.5 Number and size of IMF loans 9
1.6 Gross issuance by emerging markets 16
5.1 Private and public disbursements, crisis year t0 71
5.2 Private and public disbursements, years t1, t2 71
9.1 Timeline 150
9.2 Payoff matrix to creditors 151
9.3 Incidence of crises 153
9.4 Output post-restructuring 158
9.5 Incidence of sovereign default 161
9.6 Recent incidence of sovereign default 162
9.7 Welfare gains from standstills 163
9.8 Effect of standstills on yield curve 165
9.9 Welfare loss of liquidity crises 169
17.1 Timeline of events: liquidity shocks 286
17.2 Discounted expected payoff in period 1 288
17.3 Timeline of events 290
17.4 Events prior to default or no default in period 1 290
17.5 Debtor moral hazard 292
17.6 Excessive probability of disorderly default 293
17.7 Creditor co-ordination and debtor moral hazard 294
17.8 Possible effects of badly-designed liberalisation 298
17.9 Shifting the no-shirking constraint by an ex ante contract 299

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