Managing Risks to National Economies
The Role of Macro Markets
This chapter proposes a system for providing substantial foreign aid to countries that have suffered most in their economic progress. It considers how risk-sharing agreements between governments could better manage national risk and describes how the same objective could be achieved by relying on private actors and decentralized markets. It details the steps and processes involved in developing a national risk management system and evaluates the role of macro markets in managing public finance risks.
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