Global Debt by


Global Debt by

The highly successful 21st Century Debates series looks at the enormous social and political issues in society at the start of the new millennium. This book thoroughly explains the causes and consequences of debt in developing countries - and how their future is inextricably linked to the policies of the developed world. It assesses the deeply destructive effects of debt on countries and individuals and ends by looking at possible solutions to resolve the crisis in the long term. Throughout the book their are differing viewpoints, facts and debates which show the complexity of global debt and help the reader to make up thier own minds about it. Weblinks with useful website addresses which link to sites with more information about a particular topic are an added feature throughout the book.>

About the Author

Teresa Garlake specializes in development issues. She has written a wide variety of educational materials and information books. She has worked for several development organizations, including Oxfam.

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64 pages


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Publication date

26th April 2007



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