Academic journal article NBER Reporter

Sovereign Debt and Financial Crisis

Academic journal article NBER Reporter

Sovereign Debt and Financial Crisis

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The NBER held a conference on "Sovereign Debt and Financial Crisis" in Cambridge on October 18 and 19, 2013. The organizers were NBER Research Associates Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan of the University of Maryland, and Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff of Harvard University. The following papers were discussed:

* Oscar Jorda, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco; Moritz Schularick, University of Bonn; and Alan Taylor, University of California, Davis and NBER, "Sovereigns versus Banks: Credit, Crises, and Consequences" (NBER Working Paper No. 19506)

* Jack Favilukis, London School of Economics; and Sydney Ludvigson and Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh, New York University and NBER, "Foreign Ownership of U.S. Safe Assets: Good or Bad?"

* Galina Hale, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, and Maurice Obstfeld, University of California, Berkeley and NBER, "The Euro and the Geography of International Debt Flows"

* Fabrizio Balassone, Maura Francese, and Angelo Pace, Bank of Italy, "Economic Performance in a High Debt Country: The Case of Italy"

* Graciela Kaminsky, George Washington University and NBER, and Pablo Vega-Garcia, George Washington University, "Varieties of Sovereign Crises: Latin America, 1820-1931"

* Mark Aguiar, Princeton University and NBER; Manuel Amador, University of Minnesota and NBER; and Emmanuel Farhi and Gita Gopinath, Harvard University and NBER, "Coordination and Crisis in Monetary Unions"

* Pablo D'Erasmo, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and University of Maryland, and Enrique Mendoza, University of Pennsylvania and NBER, "Distributional Incentives in an Equilibrium Model of Domestic Sovereign Default" (NBER Working Paper No. …

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