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Saturday, 17 July 2010

LSE DEFAULT LECTURE REVISITED

I suggested the other day that readers who find themselves in London might be interested in the Alan Beattie lecture at LSE on why Greece should default.

An audio recording of the lecture (plus endless Q&A) can now be found directly below, or at the LSE events website.



Those of you with less time on your hands can wait for a while while I upload my notes (if I ever do). Those with a more academic predilection can do some background reading on the last 800 years of sovereign defaults here.

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