Global Politico-Economic Dynamics During A Local Conflict: Reciprocal Patterns Of Cooperation And Sanctions

This interesting paper by Reinhard A. Weisser explores the economic dimensions of conflict:

Employing global daily news coverage on interactions between stakeholders in G20 countries, this research offers a near-real-time analysis of changing interaction patterns between Russia and other G20 economies after the onset of open military conflict. Building on an event-study over 16 weeks, a further analysis of reciprocal response dynamics points to short-term consequences of sanctions, such as the breakdown, re-emergence, or diversion of cooperative interactions.

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