If Greece defaults on its debts, can it do so in an orderly way with minimal damage? Plus an African perspective on whether western capitalism has failed.
If Greece defaults on its debts, can it do so in an orderly way with minimal damage?
Lesley Curwen talks to Paul Blustein, visiting fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation about what an orderly default entails.
Mario Blejer, former central bank governor in Argentina, reveals the lessons from his country's disorderly default ten years ago.
Plus, has western capitalism failed?
In this edition it is the turn of Ken Ofori Atta to answer this question.
He is Executive Chairman of Databank Financial Services, an investment bank in Ghana.