Books and articles highlighting intractable debt

Books and articles highlighting intractable debt, poverty and development abound in both the academic and popular literature. This addition to the debate is both timely and interesting it subsumes the economic debate to the broader social, political, environmental and institutional context of debt in developing countries. Debt-for Development Exchanges: History and New Applications is for a wide audience including: academics from a range of disciplines (including accounting and finance); non Government organisations (NGOs); civil society groups; and, both debtor and creditor governments and public sector organization. Professor Ross Buckley, author and editor, {has developed} an international profile in the area of debt relief and this book is the outcome of an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery grant to explore debt-for development mechanisms that relieve debt, improve development outcomes aid, are practically and politically attractive to creditors and to regional security.

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