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Altun, Kahraman and Müller, Johannes (2018) WTO option in practice: how a no-deal Brexit would seriously damage key UK industries. LSE Brexit (13 Sep 2018). Website.

Antras, Pol and Padró i Miquel, Gerard (2008) Foreign influence and welfare. NBER working papers (14129). NBER, Cambridge, USA.

Antras, Pol and Padró i Miquel, Gerard (2011) Foreign influence and welfare. Journal of International Economics, 84 (2). pp. 135-148. ISSN 0022-1996

B

Bakker, Jan and Datta, Nikhil (2018) Why dairy products will be more expensive after Brexit, and by how much. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Aug 2018). Website.

D

Donaubauer, Julian and Nunnenkamp, Peter (2018) Understanding the international arbitration of investment disputes in Europe. LSE Business Review (08 Sep 2018). Website.

E

Estrin, Saul ORCID: 0000-0002-3447-8593, Cote, Christine ORCID: 0000-0002-9487-1290 and Shapiro, Daniel (2018) Long read: can the UK capitalise on its service-based economy for trade diversification post Brexit? LSE Brexit (17 Oct 2018). Website.

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Horten, Monica (2018) Norwegian blue or super-Canada - is there any life in this parrot? LSE Brexit (18 Oct 2018). Website.

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Itskhoki, Oleg and Mukhin, Dmitry (2023) International sanctions and limits of Lerner Symmetry. AEA Papers and Proceedings, 113. pp. 33-38. ISSN 2574-0768

Itskhoki, Oleg and Mukhin, Dmitry (2022) Sanctions and the exchange rate. Intereconomics, 57 (3). 148 - 151. ISSN 0020-5346

Iyengar, Radha (2010) The impact of asymmetric information among competing insurgent groups: estimating an 'emboldenment' effect. CEP Discussion Papers (CEPDP1018). London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance, London, UK.

Iyengar, Radha and Monten, Jonathan (2008) Is there an 'emboldenment' effect?: evidence from the insurgency in Iraq. NBER working papers (13839). National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, USA.

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McDoom, Omar Shahabudin (2012) Predicting violence within genocides: meso-level evidence from Rwanda. WIDER Working Paper (2012/106). World Institute for Development Economics, Helsinki, Finland. ISBN 9789292305727

Mortimer, Horatio (2018) Continental breakfast 12: where is Brexit heading to? LSE Brexit (25 Oct 2018). Website.

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Nicita, Alessandro, Olarreaga, Marcelo and Silva, Peri (2018) The WTO's unfinished business. LSE Business Review (10 Sep 2018). Website.

Nigmatulina, Dzhamilya (2022) Sanctions and misallocation. How sanctioned firms won and Russia lost. CEP Discussion Papers (CEPDP1886). London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance, London, UK.

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Ornelas, Emanuel ORCID: 0000-0001-8330-8745 and Puccio, Laura (2019) Reopening Pandora's box in search of a WTO-compatible industrial policy? The Brazil-taxation dispute. CEP Discussion Papers (CEPDP1652). London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance, London, UK.

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Poulsen, Lauge N. Skovgaard and Aisbett, Emma (2013) When the claim hits: bilateral investment treaties and bounded rational learning. World Politics, 65 (2). pp. 273-313. ISSN 0043-8871

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Sattler, Thomas and Bernauer, Thomas (2011) Gravitation or discrimination?: determinants of litigation in the World Trade Organisation. European Journal of Political Research, 50 (2). pp. 143-167. ISSN 0304-4130

Shamsi, Javad (2023) Understanding multi-layered sanctions: a firm-level analysis. CEP Discussion Papers (CEPDP1956). London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance, London, UK.

Shapiro, Daniel, Estrin, Saul ORCID: 0000-0002-3447-8593, Cote, Christine ORCID: 0000-0002-9487-1290, Meyer, Klaus and Li, Jing (2018) Long read: global cities, multinationals, and trade in the age of Brexit. LSE Brexit (22 Oct 2018). Website.

Swan, Sean (2018) The IEA's Plan A+ for 'free trade' is the product of fanaticism. LSE Brexit (28 Sep 2018). Website.

Y

Yaffe, Helen (2017) Cuba is poor, but who is to blame – Castro or 50 years of the US blockade? LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (10 Feb 2017). Website.

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