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(1) For accounts of the role of bank lending and debt issuance and the market transitions involved, see: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, "The LDC Debt Crisis," Chapter 5 of An Examination of the Banking Crises of the 1980s and Early 1990s, 191-210; Harry Huizinga, "The Commercial Bank Claims on Developing Countries: How Have Banks Been Affected?" in Ishrat Husain and Ishac Diwan, (Eds.), Dealing with the Debt Crisis, Washington, DC: World Bank, 1989, 129-143; Daniel Marx, Jose Echague, and Guido Sandleris, "Sovereign Debt and the Debt Crisis in Emerging Countries: The Experience of the 1990s," in Chris Jochnick and Fraser A.
(11) NAN, SONA,, will of Ishac Pinto da Fonseca, February 5, 1720.
Ishac Diwan is a faculty member of the Paris School of Economics, France.
(15) Ishac Diwan, Philip Keefer, and Marc Schiffbauer, "The Effect of Cronyism on Private Sector Growth in Egypt," (Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, MA: 2013).
Montezinos answers with a list of the biblical patriarchs: Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (Abraham, Ishac, y Iahacob).
Richards, Alan and John Waterbury, Melani Cammett, Ishac Diwan.
Thus, it would be the first meeting that would bring together the Israeli Minister of Justice Tzipi Livni, and Netanyahu's consultant Ishac Molho, along with the Palestinian negotiator, Dr.
Ishac Ameen with the participation of lecturers from the United States, France, Bangladesh and representatives from the United Nations Development Programme.
(54.) Elhanan Helpman, Voluntary Debt Reduction: Incentives and Welfare, in ANALYTICAL ISSUES IN DEBT, supra note 51, at 279; Jeffrey Sachs, Efficient Debt Reduction, in DEALING WITH THE DEBT CRISIS 239 (Ishrat Husain & Ishac Diwan eds., 1988).