The Consequences of Defaulting
Document type: Interview
Languages: Spanish / English
Geographic area: Argentina; Brazil; Greece
Given current concern among investors about the sovereign debt of weaker countries, several questions should be asked, such as: What happens when a country decides to default? How long until it can reaccess international markets? How does the size of the default impact the country's economic future? IESE Prof. Rolf Campos gives his analysis in this interview.
Bibliographic citation: IESE; IESE Insight, "The Consequences of Defaulting"