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Odious Debts & State Corruption - part 1
The journal of Law & Contemporary Problems presents its day-long annual conference at the Law School, providing extensive scholarly discussion and critical analysis of Odious Debt. Welcome and Introduction by: -Anne Hazlett, Editor-in-Chief, Law & Contemporary Problems -Neil Vidmar, Chairman, Law & Contemporary Problems "The Policy Context for Thinking About the Problem" with Daniel Tarullo Panel 1: "Odious Debt as a Doctrine of International Law, its Institutional Context, and the Sovereign-Populace Relationship" Featuring: Daniel Tarullo, Tai-Heng Cheng, James Feinerman, Kim Fielding, Anna Gelpern, and Shari Spiegel