Wartime Commercial Policy and Trade between Enemies

@article{Grinberg2021WartimeCP,
  title={Wartime Commercial Policy and Trade between Enemies},
  author={Mariya Grinberg},
  journal={International Security},
  year={2021},
  volume={46},
  pages={9-52}
}
Abstract Why do states trade with their enemies during war? States make deliberate choices when setting their wartime commercial policies, and tailoring policies to match the type of war the states are expecting to fight. Specifically, states seek to balance two goals–maximizing revenue from continued trade during the war and minimizing the ability of the opponent to benefit militarily from trade. As a result, states trade with the enemy in (1) products that their opponents take a long time to… 

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