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Managing Public Debt and Its Financial Stability Implications, Udaibir Das, Jay Surti, Faisal Ahmed, Michael Papaioannou, Guilherme Pedras

This paper explores the relationship between the level and management of public debt and financial stability, and explains the channels through which the two are interlinked. It suggests that the broader implications of a debt management strategy and its implementation should be carefully analyzed by debt managers and policy makers in terms of their impact on the government's balance sheet, macroeconomic developments, and the financial system
Table Of Contents
Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; I. Introduction; II. Defining Financial Stability; III. Public Debt, Debt Management, and Financial Stability; 1. Gross General Government Debt to GDP Ratio in Selected Emerging Market and Developed Market Economies, 2000 and 2009; IV. How Debt Management Affects Financial Stability: Some Recent Experiences; A. Stock of Public Debt; B. Debt Structure and Composition; 2. Average Maturity of Government Debt, 1995-2008; 3. Domestic Debt Structure, 1995 and 2008; 4. Macroeconomic Developments in Brazil, Mexico, and Turkey, 2002-10
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non fiction
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1 online resource (48 p.)
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