Bilateral Trade and International Interactions: The Impact of Third-Party Blocs on Political Conflict and Cooperation

Volume: 

7

Number: 

1

Published date: 

June, 2003

Authors: 

Yuan-Ching Chang

Abstract: 

The trade-conflict model claims that two parties, designated the “actor” and the “target”, protect their gains from trade by enhancing cooperation and decreasing conflict. This paper extends the trade-conflict model to garner implications concerning trade

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