Public Debt Management in transition and other emerging countries
is more complex and crucial than in the developed ones. In these
economies, the choice of the financial structure of the public debt
is key to warrant fiscal stability because of the higher volatility
of macroeconomic and financial conditions. In addition, public debt
dynamics exacerbate the weight of fiscal risk as a source of
macroeconomic instability. This work is focussed on the optimal
Public Debt Management in the Former Soviet Union countries. The
book presents a brief description of the economy and public debt
structure of the Former Soviet Union countries since their
independence and the optimal debt structure of the Republic of
Armenia and the Republic of Lithuania.
Born in Lviv (Ukraine) in 1978. Degree in Economics at the Lviv National University,Ukraine (2001); MBA at the Lviv Institute of Management, Ukraine (2004); Worked for the Ukrainian Catholic University (1997-2004); Visiting scholar at the University of Oxford,UK (2006-2007). Ph.D. in Economics and Management at the University of Padua,Italy (2011).