Case Studies in Economic Sanctions

From the Institute for International Economics, Case Studies in Economic Sanctions presents, at present, eight in-depth case studies of the effects of economic sanctions in countries including Cuba, Libya, Pakistan, Iran, India, and Myanmar. Each case study is presented in three compact pages beginning with a detailed timeline of the history of the sanctions. The second page offers more information, including the chronological goals of … [ Read more ]

Electronic Commerce in Developing Countries – Issues for Domestic Policy and WTO Negotiations

E-commerce integrated domestic and global markets from its very inception. Negotiating on trade issues related to e-commerce will demand self-inspection of key domestic policies, particularly in telecom, financial services, and distribution and delivery. Furthermore, technical aspect of e-commerce should change the way that developing countries approach the external negotiating process to depend more on cooperative efforts.