Risk Management and Securitization of Assets: The Case of Iraq

  • Ola Sholarin
Part of the Centre for the Study of Emerging Markets Series book series (CSEM)

Abstract

Well before the second Gulf War started in March 2003, many analysts wrote about the economics of the war. In their arguments, they contended that billions of dollars would be needed to fight the war. Twelve months after the war has officially ‘ended’, economic planners and analysts are now coming to terms with the fact that the Iraqi economy needs to be rebuilt, and the task may require far more financial resources than was needed to oust Saddam from power.

Keywords

Income Hull Arena Volatility Stake 

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