Reviews the modern debate on the international financial architecture. Reviews the financial crisis in Korea during 1997–98, which marked a watershed in the debate and encouraged policymakers to advocate debt standstills, collective action clauses, and statutory Sovereign Debt Restructuring Mechanisms (SDRM) as ways of tackling creditor coordination problems.
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