Economic Sanctions against Russia. A Critical Evaluation
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- Morad Bali, 2020. "Methodological Limitations of the Literature in the Study of Economic Sanctions, the Ukrainian Crisis Case," Post-Print hal-02472943, HAL.
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KeywordsEconomic sanctions; EU; Russia; Ukraine; theory of economic sanctions; Russian economy; FDI; trade flows;
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