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The European Periphery Debt Crisis (EPDC) has its roots primarily in the structural characteristics of the individual economies which are trading off with a number of European and international economic, regulatory, political, and financial market factors. The book is motivated by the prolonged crisis and the associated transmission of global shocks and spillover effects. The book offers a full diagnosis of the EPDC, its association with the national and international structural characteristics, and a full analysis from a risk management point of view of the available policy options, both retrospectively and prospectively. Its contributors are senior policymakers, regulators, active policy advisors, bankers, and decision makers in the markets, drawing experience from the peripheral European countries themselves, the European Union and other western economies. The book is a practical reference to all those involved in the decision-making process in banking, financial markets, investments, business, policy making, and regulation. It offers in-depth analysis and information to researchers in international organizations, think tanks and universities, as well as to postgraduate students in Economics and MBA courses.