Our planet is on fire – the environmental protection and the sustainable usage of our global resources are one of the most urgent topics humanity… Read More »Every Country deserves an unbiased Sustainable Credit Rating
This blog article summarizes a recent article published in the European Business Law Review. Reference: Norbert J. Gaillard, “Credible Sovereign Ratings: Beyond Statistics and Regulations”,… Read More »Credible Sovereign Ratings: Beyond Statistics and Regulations
Credit rating agencies have historically failed to anticipate the public debt crises in rich countries. This Wikirating blog article describes how Moody’s sovereign rating methodology… Read More »How Moody’s has drawn the lessons from the Eurozone debt crisis
This column explains how and why sovereign ratings and bond yields failed to anticipate the Eurozone debt crisis. It also argues that, paradoxically, sovereign ratings… Read More »Eurozone, Sovereign Ratings and Bond Yields
On November 28, 2001 Enron lost its investment grade credit rating. Four days later, the company filed for bankruptcy. Those awaiting a similar collapse after… Read More »Puerto Rico Rating Downgrades: Enron Redux?
After the going live of Wikirating in October and some articles about our project in few blogs and online newspapers, we have received many reactions… Read More »Wikirating in the press, feedback, reactions and controversies