Author: PATRICK J. COE
Published in PFM, Vol. 6 No. 2
While the OECD’s (2001) Guidelines for Public Debt Management argue that the main concern of public debt management is managing the costs and risks of the public debt, they also argue that debt managers should be aware of the interdependencies between debt management and other areas of macroeconomic policy, as well as overall issues of debt sustainability. This symposium consists of four papers that are concerned with the interaction of debt management with monetary or fiscal policy in some way.
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