Ethics and Etiquette of Third World Debt

Ethics International Affairs 1 (1):73-84 (1987)

Abstract
Third World debt, seen as distant from the realm of international affairs and ethics, is often subject to abstract economic analysis. Bauer argues that the way in which debt is addressed by debtors and lenders is heavily politicized and should be subjected to ethical scrutiny
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DOI 10.1111/j.1747-7093.1987.tb00515.x
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