ArticleLowenberg, Anton D.
ArticleLowenberg, Anton D.We address empirically the question of why international economic sanctions are, or are not, chosen as instruments of foreign policy and the question of what determines their success. We hypothesize that cultural linkages between nations are an import . . .
ArticleMathews, TimothyConsider a state that chooses security levels at two sites (Targets A and B ), after which a terrorist chooses which site to attack (and potentially a scope of attack). The state values A more highly. If the state knows which target the terrorist valu . . .
ArticleBodvarsson, Orn B.A two-sector model of the destination economy is developed in order to determine the distributional effects of immigration. In one sector, native and immigrant workers are substitutes in production, while in the other they are complements. The two ind . . .