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Reputation and International Cooperation:
Sovereign Debt across Three Centuries
Michael Tomz

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ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"Based on meticulous research from a wide variety of sources, Tomz's book clearly establishes the importance of a state's previous behavior and its resulting reputation for the rate of interest it must pay when it next enters the international financial market. Carefully conceived and ingeniously executed, this study is a real model."--Robert Jervis, author of System Effects and Perception and Misperception in International Politics

"This book is a gem. I cannot think of a better book on political economy and economic history. In all important categories, the book makes major contributions. Tomz's argument is original and logically compelling, and it produces unique, testable implications. His data represent years of painstaking research and stand as an almost impossible achievement."--J. Lawrence Broz, University of California, San Diego

"No other work in international relations is more impressive in its systematic use of so many kinds of evidence--archival, available quantitative data, case studies--to test such a clear set of alternative hypotheses. Michael Tomz has produced a pathbreaking study."--Robert Keohane, Princeton University

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