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Title:Relevantnost in učinkovitost mednarodnih gospodarskih sankcij
Authors:ID Borovšak, Karolina (Author)
ID Bekő, Jani (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
ID Senekovič, Marko (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf UN_Borovsak_Karolina_2023.pdf (1,22 MB)
MD5: C08178867440ADCBC96EA19320265338
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:Gospodarske sankcije so generalno gledano ukrepi, s katerimi povzročimo ekonomsko škodo za doseganje političnih ciljev. V diplomskem delu predstavljamo različne definicije gospodarskih sankcij in paleto ciljev, ki jih želi izvajalec tovrstnih kaznovalnih ukrepov doseči. Politični odločevalci tako lahko izbirajo med različnimi ukrepi kot so trgovinske sankcije, finančne sankcije, omejitve potovanj in sankcije na trgovino z orožjem in vojaško pomočjo. Uporaba posameznih vrst kaznovalnih ukrepov se je spreminjala skozi zgodovinski razvoj, v sodobnem času pa je uporaba gospodarskih sankcij postala standardna praksa za reševanje mednarodnih konfliktov. Presojanje učinkovitosti sankcij je že v izhodišču lahko zahtevna naloga, saj se sama opredelitev njihove učinkovitosti lahko različno interpretira. Vendar lahko z empiričnimi raziskavami ugotovimo, kateri dejavniki vplivajo na večjo verjetnost izpolnjevanja zastavljenih ciljev kaznovalnih politik. Omejevalne politike, sprejete s strani Evropske unije in drugih zahodnih držav proti Rusiji, imajo nedvomno bistvene ekonomske posledice tako za rusko kot evropsko gospodarstvo. Z uvedbo gospodarskih sankcij proti Rusiji se soočamo s spremembo energetske politike evropskih držav, priča pa smo tudi geopolitičnim premikom v mednarodnem gospodarskem sistemu.
Keywords:gospodarske sankcije, geopolitika, ekonomska politika, mednarodno gospodarstvo.
Place of publishing:Maribor
Publisher:K. Borovšak
Year of publishing:2023
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-85824-917e5d9d-2b06-0a17-3f0a-92bde0bec1e4 New window
UDC:341.655
COBISS.SI-ID:171093251 New window
Publication date in DKUM:07.11.2023
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Language:English
Title:Significance and effectivity of international economic sanctions
Abstract:Economic sanctions are in general, policies that induce economic costs for the purpose of achieving political goals. In our thesis we present different definitions of economic sanctions and the different goals they aim to achieve. Political leaders can choose different measures to attain these goals, such as trade sanctions, financial sanctions, travel restrictions and arms sanctions. The use of different measures has developed over time, and they have become standard practice in modern times for settling international conflict. Evaluating the effectivity of economic sanctions can be difficult, as even the definition of effectiveness can be interpreted differently, but with the use of empirical analysis we can identify the circumstances that improve the probability of achieving the initial goals. Restrictive measures imposed by the European Union and other western countries against Russia have undoubtedly caused significant economic harm to both the Russian and European economies. Economic sanctions imposed by the European Union against Russia have caused a shift in the energy policy of European countries as well as changes of the geopolitical structure in the international economic system.
Keywords:economic sanctions, geopolitics, economic policy, global economy.


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