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Talk: ‘The Cost of Sanctions’ by Associate Professor Anna Hillingdon – Thursday 12th October

Join us for a talk by Associate Professor Anna Hillingdon:

How Does the Presence of a Duopoly of Regional Rivalries Reduce the Cost of Sanctions for the Sender? 

‘Sanctions are costly. The sender has absolute advantages and sanctions increase their bargaining power by transferring their cost to the rival. We define this transfer as intended collateral damage.’

The talk takes place from 2-3pm on Thursday 12 October in PG22 (Poole House). The talk is open to BU staff and students.

Dr Anna Hillingdon has given numerous media interviews worldwide and has previously led projects for UNWTO and NATO on hybrid threats, presented to a Parliamentary Committee and has acted as a Washington World Bank consultant on post-conflict resilience.

If you are interested in attending, please confirm your attendance to Davide Parrilli (Professor AFE Research Lead/Seminars, BU Business School) at dparrilli@bournemouth.ac.uk.