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Welcome to Mark Weidemaier

posted by Bob Lawless
Credit Slips is pleased to welcome Professor Mark Weidemaier of the University of North Carolina as a guest blogger. Weidemaier is developing an impressive and important body of scholarship on international financial contracts, public international law, and international arbitration. With our recent discussion on the Argentinean debt specifically and sovereign debt generally, it seemed like a great time to have him share his thoughts, and we were very happy when he agreed to do so. Welcome, Mark, to Credit Slips.


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