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Friendly fire: Zu den Handelsauswirkungen der Russlandsanktionen

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Handels- und Finanzsanktionen sind ein häufig verwendetes Instrument der Außenpolitik. Sie sollen der Wirtschaft des Ziellandes durch Barrieren im Waren-, Kapital- und Personenverkehr schaden, um damit politischen Druck auszuüben. In ihrer modernen Form ("Smart Sanctions") versprechen sie eine maßgeschneiderte Maßnahme mit der Möglichkeit der Feinabstimmung und einer schnellen Rückkehr zum normalen Zustand. Während die Erfolgsbilanz von Sanktionen hinsichtlich der politischen Ziele unklar ist, haben sie jedoch für private Akteure in den sanktionierenden Ländern einen Preis, der oft übersehen wird. Durch die Beschränkung grenzüberschreitender Transaktionen schaden sie inländischen Unternehmen, die im Zielland tätig sind, was derzeit in Bezug auf das Sanktionsregime gegenüber der Russischen Föderation von besonderem Interesse ist. In einer aktuellen Studie von Crozet und Hinz untersuchen wir die Auswirkungen auf die Exporte der Russischen Föderation und aller großen Volkswirtschaften, unabhängig davon, ob sie sich an den Sanktionen beteiligen oder nicht. Darüber hinaus identifizieren wir am Beispiel französischer Unternehmen die Mechanismen, die dem Gesamteffekt auf einzelwirtschaftlicher Ebene zu Grunde liegen.

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  • Hinz, Julian, 2017. "Friendly fire: Zu den Handelsauswirkungen der Russlandsanktionen," IfW-Box 2017.17, Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW).
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