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Averting defaults in turbulent times: controversies over the League of Nations preferred creditor status Flores Zendejas, Juan 2017
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Bondholders versus bond-sellers? Investment banks and conditionality lending in the London market for foreign government debt, 1815-1913 Flandreau, M.; Flores Zendejas, Juan 2012
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Bonds and Brands: Foundations of Sovereign Debt Markets, 1820–1830 Flandreau, Marc; Flores Zendejas, Juan 2009
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Capital Markets and Sovereign Defaults: A Historical Perspective Flores Zendejas, Juan 2015
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Crying on Lombard Street: fixing sovereign defaults in the 1890s Flores Zendejas, Juan 2012
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Financial markets, international organizations and conditional lending: a long-term perspective Flores Zendejas, Juan 2016
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Going multilateral? Financial markets' access and the League of Nations loans, 1923-8 Flores Zendejas, Juan; Decorzant, Yann 2016
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Moral Hazard and investment banking. Qualitative and quantitative evidence from the Baring crisis (1880-1890) Flores Zendejas, Juan 2014
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New paradigms and old promises: central banks and the market for sovereign debt in the interwar period Flores Zendejas, Juan; Lopez Soto, David; Sanchez Amador, David 2020
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On the Origins of Moral Hazard: Politics, International Finance and the Latin American Debt Crisis of 1982 Altamura, Carlo Edoardo; Flores Zendejas, Juan 2016
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Sovereign debt and European interventions in nineteenth century Latin America Flores Zendejas, Juan 2020
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Trade finance and Latin America's lost decade: The forgotten link Alvarez, Sebastian; Flores Zendejas, Juan 2014