Economic Coercion in Theory and Practice

  • A. Cooper Drury
Part of the Advances in Foreign Policy Analysis book series (AFPA)


Before turning to the task of defining what constitutes an economic sanction, I first indicate what is not an economic sanction by contrasting economic coercion with economic incentives. I then turn to a discussion of the instruments and then goals of economic coercion.


Conventional Wisdom Economic Goal Domestic Politics Target Nation Economic Sanction 
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