The Costs of a Neo-Populist Experiment

The Costs of a Neo-Populist Experiment


Guillermo Mondino Most Latin American governments are heavily indebted and are now engaged in the arduous process of reducing their liabilities. As always, this is a painful and costly process in which debtors and creditors both must share the burden of adjustment. Argentina's debt crisis is clearly the largest and most complex of its kind so far, but it is unlikely to be the last such episode in Latin America. The outcome of events in Argentina therefore will probably serve as a precedent for other governments, investors and banks alike. They should all draw on Argentina's experiences to better m

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