Raise the debt : how developing countries choose their creditors / Jonas B. Bunte.
- New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2019.
- Oxford scholarship online.
Oxford scholarship online
1 online resource (297 pages) : illustrations
- Debts, Public -- Developing countries.
Debts, External -- Developing countries.
- Electronic books.
- Why do some governments borrow from China, while others borrow from the United States or the International Monetary Fund (IMF)? This work systematically explains how governments choose among competing loan offers. As the strings attached to loans vary across creditors, domestic interest groups prefer one type of creditor to the other. However, interest groups disagree about which creditor is preferable. Governments cater to whichever domestic interest group coalition is dominant by borrowing from the coalition's preferred creditor. The text offers evidence from Ecuador, Peru, and Colombia as well as an extensive statistical analysis. The results show that borrowing portfolios around the world reflect the relative strength of societal interest groups.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on print version record.
Previously issued in print: 2019.
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