In order to better engage the burgeoning field of Economic Statecraft, we as a program have prepared a virtual bookshelf of works in the security externalities field. This collection has been compiled with the goal of establishing a baseline of knowledge regarding the field itself. From here, the wider berth of niche and recent writings on economic statecraft may better be contextualized going forward.
Economic Statecraft – Bibliography
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- Commercial actors pursue their interests (economic interaction).
- By accident or design, these interactions may carry important implications for states’ strategic security situation (security externalities).
- States can manipulate these security externalities (economic statecraft).
- Assuming the conditional variables are present, success or failure of economic statecraft hinges on how well states control or direct commercial actors to generate security externalities (state control).