Europe’s Expanding Debt Crisis

Goldman Sachs Chairman Gerald Corrigan testifies in front of Eurozone finance ministers during an April 2010 hearing on the Greek debt crisis in Brussels - European Parliament via Flickr

Goldman Sachs Chairman Gerald Corrigan testifies in front of Eurozone finance ministers during an April 2010 hearing on the Greek debt crisis in Brussels

European Parliament via Flickr

Europe’s Expanding Debt Crisis

Fears that the Greek debt crisis may spread have sparked market sell-offs around the world. What the debt burdens in Greece, Portugal and other European countries could mean for economies worldwide.

Fears that the Greek debt crisis may spread have sparked market sell-offs around the world. What the debt burdens in Greece, Portugal and other European countries could mean for economies worldwide.

Guests

Eswar Prasad

Senior Fellow at the Global Economy and Development Program at Brookings, Senior Professor of Trade Policy at Cornell University and former head of the China Division at the IMF.

Simon Johnson

professor of entrepreneurship at MIT's Sloan School of Management, a senior fellow of the Peterson Institute for International Economics and author of the book "13 Bankers."

Uri Dadush

senior associate and director in Carnegie’s International Economics Program, former director of international trade and former director of economic policy at the World Bank.

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