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«Too many cooks and no time to waste» (today’s geopolitical environment for the debt crisis) — A conversation with Bill Rhodes, author of Banker to the World

«Too many cooks and no time to waste» (today's geopolitical environment for the debt crisis) -- A conversation with Bill Rhodes, author of Banker to the World

William Reginald Rhodes, 76, is considered one of the more seasoned and reliable “financial diplomats”, with multiple cases of sovereign debt restructuring on his portfolio, between 1979 and 2004 in Latin America, the Middle East and Asia. His name is associated to the resolution of debt crises in the Nicaragua Sandinista, South Korea, Turkey, Argentina, Brazil, Jamaica, Mexico, Peru, and Uruguay.
A conversation about the European debt crisis. Interview by Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues, May 2012.
English Edition by JPO LisWires

Michael Spence: «POLITICS IS IMPEDING A FORCEFUL POLICY RESPONSE TO THE CRISIS»

Michael Spence: «POLITICS IS IMPEDING A FORCEFUL POLICY RESPONSE TO THE CRISIS»

Interview with the 2001 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. By Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues. (c) August,2011.

Cinzia Alcidi: “The blanket of guaranties required is too big for many countries”

Euro Zone Sovereign Debt Crisis: Part 2? – an interview with Cinzia Alcidi, Research Fellow from the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), based in Brussels.
JNR© 2010

Daniel Gros: Portugal needs a deep cut in nominal wages

Daniel Gros, director of the Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS), in a short interview about the Portuguese financial situation, one week after a huge speculation in Greek debt and following his article in the Financial Times about the differences inside the Club PIGS.