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Credit Ratings and Sovereign Debt

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Informationen zum Autor Bartholomew Paudyn Bartholomew Paudyn investigates how governments across the globe struggle to constitut... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor Bartholomew Paudyn Klappentext Bartholomew Paudyn investigates how governments across the globe struggle to constitute the authoritative knowledge underpinning the political economy of creditworthiness and what the (neoliberal) 'fiscal normality' means for democratic governance. Zusammenfassung Bartholomew Paudyn investigates how governments across the globe struggle to constitute the authoritative knowledge underpinning the political economy of creditworthiness and what the (neoliberal) 'fiscal normality' means for democratic governance. Inhaltsverzeichnis Introduction: Credit Rating Crisis New Analytics of Sovereign Ratings Socio-Technical Devices of Control Government through Risk and Uncertainty Performative Political Economy of Creditworthiness 1. Crisis and Control Emerging Sovereign Bond Markets Asian Flu Hits Ratings The Quest for Fiscal Transparency New Century but Even More of the Old Contagion Risk of Ratings Rating Legacy Lingers On Conceptual Territory of Sovereign Creditworthiness Authoritative Knowledge Beyond Just Ideational Constructs Performativity Politics of Resistance and Resilience Absence of a Singular and Totalizing Neoliberal Capitalism Absence of Singular Centre to Democratic Resistance/Resilience 2. The Rise of Risk and Uncertainty Conceptual Lineage of Risk Period of Hegemonic Risk Financialization Security Profit Market Risk Operational Risk Credit Risk Credit Rating Methodologies Methodologies, Models and Assumptions Sovereign Rating Analysis Secretive and Opaque Modalities of Government 3. Rating Performativity Performativity Terrain Illocutionary and Perlocutionary Performativity Self-Generative Effects for Credit Rating Agencies Conditionality, Reactivity and Interactivity of Risk (and Uncertainty) Contagion Amplified Self-Generation Procyclical Reinforcement Constitutive Effects for Investors Mainstream Functionalist Explanations The Naturalization of Speculators Prohibitive Effects for Governments Potential Performativity Breakdown 4. Epistocracy versus Democracy Credit Ratings and the European Project Regulating the Ratings Space 5. Problematizing the Ratings Space Repoliticization of Creditworthiness...

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Bartholomew Paudyn



Klappentext

Bartholomew Paudyn investigates how governments across the globe struggle to constitute the authoritative knowledge underpinning the political economy of creditworthiness and what the (neoliberal) 'fiscal normality' means for democratic governance.



Inhalt

Introduction: Credit Rating Crisis New Analytics of Sovereign Ratings Socio-Technical Devices of Control Government through Risk and Uncertainty Performative Political Economy of Creditworthiness 1. Crisis and Control Emerging Sovereign Bond Markets Asian Flu Hits Ratings The Quest for Fiscal Transparency New Century but Even More of the Old Contagion Risk of Ratings Rating Legacy Lingers On Conceptual Territory of Sovereign Creditworthiness Authoritative Knowledge Beyond Just Ideational Constructs Performativity Politics of Resistance and Resilience Absence of a Singular and Totalizing Neoliberal Capitalism Absence of Singular Centre to Democratic Resistance/Resilience 2. The Rise of Risk and Uncertainty Conceptual Lineage of Risk Period of Hegemonic Risk Financialization Security Profit Market Risk Operational Risk Credit Risk Credit Rating Methodologies Methodologies, Models and Assumptions Sovereign Rating Analysis Secretive and Opaque Modalities of Government 3. Rating Performativity Performativity Terrain Illocutionary and Perlocutionary Performativity Self-Generative Effects for Credit Rating Agencies Conditionality, Reactivity and Interactivity of Risk (and Uncertainty) Contagion Amplified Self-Generation Procyclical Reinforcement Constitutive Effects for Investors Mainstream Functionalist Explanations The Naturalization of Speculators Prohibitive Effects for Governments Potential Performativity Breakdown 4. Epistocracy versus Democracy Credit Ratings and the European Project Regulating the Ratings Space 5. Problematizing the Ratings Space Repoliticization of Creditworthiness

Produktinformationen

Titel: Credit Ratings and Sovereign Debt
Untertitel: The Political Economy of Creditworthiness through Risk and Uncertainty
Autor:
EAN: 9781137302762
ISBN: 978-1-137-30276-2
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Medien & Kommunikation
Anzahl Seiten: 245
Gewicht: 448g
Größe: H20mm x B225mm x T145mm
Jahr: 2014
Auflage: 2014

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