The Debt Threat: How Debt Is Destroying the Developing World

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HarperCollins, 2004 - Business & Economics - 257 pages
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With grand announcements, recycled promises, and much hype about debt relief by the leaders of the world's rich creditor countries, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and the World Bank since 1999, many of us can be forgiven for believing that the debt crisis of the world's poor countries is over. Far from it.

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User Review  - Michelle Rader - Goodreads

Personnally found this an interesting explanation of how 3rd world debt and first world lenders work. Read full review

Review: The Debt Threat: How Debt Is Destroying the Developing World

User Review  - Emily Alvarado - Goodreads

Read this. Seriously you will be smarter. Global debt is hardly ever talked about but incredibly important in understanding how the global-political economy basically props up a few wealthy countries and effs everyone else----making such ideas as "third world development" a total farce. Read full review

About the author (2004)

Noreena Hertz is the Associate Director for the Centre for International Business at the University of Cambridge

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