Wednesday, October 12, 2016

New Issue: Yale Journal of International Law

The Yale Journal of International Law has published a special edition (online) on "Sovereign Debt." Contents include:
  • Stephanie Blackenburg & Richard Kozul Wright, Preface
  • Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky & Matthias Goldmann, Guest Editors’ Foreword
  • Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky & Matthias Goldmann, An Incremental Approach to Sovereign Debt Restructuring: Sovereign Debt
  • Anna Gelpern, Sovereign Debt: Now What?
  • Odette Lienau, Legitimacy and Impartiality as Basic Principles for Sovereign Debt Restructuring
  • Matthias Goldmann, Putting Your Faith in Good Faith: A Principled Strategy for Smoother Debt Workouts
  • Michael Riegner, Legal Frameworks and General Principles for Indicators in Sovereign Debt Restructuring
  • Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky, Economic Inequality, Debt Crises and Human Rights
  • Daniel D. Bradlow, Can Parallel Lines Ever Meet? The Strange Case of the International Standards on Sovereign Debt and Business and Human Rights
  • Jan Klabbers, On Functions and Finance: Sovereign Debt Workouts and Equality in International Organizations Law