- 11/09 - The Continuing Cost of Argentina's Debt Default and Restructuring For Bondholders, Taxpayers, and Investors In the United States and Worldwide
The update to Dr. Shapiro’s previous study examines the impact of Argentine debt through December 2008. The analysis finds that Argentina continues to owe U.S. lenders $3.8 billion. The continuing costs of Argentine debt have also resulted in nearly $2 billion owed to New York bondholders, taxpayers and investors alone.
- 10/08 - Argentina's 2001 Debt Default and 2005 Debt Restructuring: An Update on the Costs to Bondholders, Taxpayers, and Investors
The new analysis finds that from December 2001 to December 2007, the default and restructuring have cost U.S. lenders, investors and taxpayers $20.3 billion. The costs to lenders, investors and taxpayers worldwide total $155 billion.
- 10/2006 - Discredited: The Impact of Argentina's Sovereign Debt Default and Debt Restructuring on US Taxpayers and Investors
by Robert Shapiro and Nam Pham
"...The Argentine default and restructuring cost its worldwide lenders some $74 billion and also generated additional indirect costs for taxpayers and shareholders around the world of more than $63 billion..."
- 09/2006 - Sovereign Debt Default: Cry for the United States, Not Argentina
A report by Harvard Law School Professor Hal S. Scott for the Washington Legal Foundation