Are there more differences than similarities between Greece and Argentina's financial crises? What lessons can we learn from past experiences in Europe and North America? Michael Bordo (Rutgers University), Martin Gilman (Centre for Advanced Studies), Robert Johnson (INET) and Daniel Marx (Quantum Finanzas) help explain the distinction between past and present cases.

From February 24-26, 2012, CIGI and the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) brought together experts, practitioners and eminent persons to take a fresh look at the global legal and institutional frameworks surrounding sovereign debt and discuss whether they are adequate for the immediate and longer term challenges.
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