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The Impact of International Economic Sanctions on Trade: An Empirical Analysis

Raul Caruso ()

Peace Economics, Peace Science, and Public Policy, 2003, vol. 9, issue 2, 1-36

Abstract: International economic sanctions appear to be a common and recurring feature of political interactions between states. In particular, the United States is the country which has most frequently applied negative economic sanctions after World War II. In a parallel way, several measures, imposed by a multilateral organisation like the United Nations have taken place in recent years. This paper provides, through a gravity model approach, an estimation of the impact of economic negative sanctions on international trade.

Date: 2003
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