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The New Status Quo For Public Finance

The New Status Quo For Public Finance

by James L. Caton States are traditionally thought of as reliable borrowers. This might seem ironic since a state, backed by control over the use of force, is also in a privileged position to renegotiate terms of repayment. Consider that King James I and King Charles I both delayed repayment of loans, many years failing […]