Economy under Sanctions

 

02Economic sanctions are domestic penalties applied by one country (or group of countries) on another country. Economic sanctions may include various forms of trade barriers and restrictions on financial transactions. Economic sanctions are not necessarily imposed because of economic circumstances. They may also be imposed for a variety of political and social issues. Economic sanctions can call for democratic reform or a regime/leadership change to address human rights violations.

Themes and Sub-themes

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

  • Explain the economic conditions of sanctioned countries (China, Libya, India, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, South Africa, Syria, Sudan, Afghanistan, Russia, North Korea, etc.) from the perspective of macro-Economic variables (exports, imports, privatization, inflation, interest rates, exchange rate, GDP, per capital income, economic growth, tax, unemployment, etc.)
  • Explain the economic conditions under sanctions from the perspective of micro economic variables (market, consumer, manufacturer, price, utility, and the price elasticity of production, replacement and return of …)
  • Economic sanctions and social variables (general health, health, Racism, Poverty, migration, food security, environment, Social Capital, etc.);
  • Economic sanctions and international politics and law (human rights, democracy, humanitarian aid, etc.)
  • The impact of sanctions on the production and trade of energy (oil, gas, etc.);
  • Terms of economic sanctions and international monetary and financial systems;
  • The impact of sanctions on banking and international trade;
  • Economic sanctions and Doing business, entrepreneurship, SMEs;
  • The impact of international sanctions on international organizations and companies, FDI & FPI;
  • The Nature and Models of Sanction;
  • Manage Sanctions;
  • Typology of Sanctions;
  • Sanctions and Resistive Economic;
  • Management of Organizations and Companies In Terms Of Sanctions;
  • Reduce the Social and Economic Effects of Sanctions;
  • Geneva Agreement and Its Consequences;
  • Military Economy;
 

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