Debt Default and Democracy

The original chapters in this book connect the microeconomic and macroeconomic approaches to public debt.

Author: Giuseppe Eusepi

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781788117937

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The original chapters in this book connect the microeconomic and macroeconomic approaches to public debt. Through their thought-provoking views, leading scholars offer insights into the incentives that individuals and governments may have in resorting to public debt, thereby promoting a clearer understanding of its economic consequences.
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