Negar’s research is on the effectiveness of intervention in prolonged conflicts. Her PhD research is on the effectiveness of economic sanctions used as a foreign policy tool. She looks at the impact of economic sanctions on the microeconomics and domestic politics of the country targeted by sanctions to assess the effectiveness of sanctions policies. She has also carried out work on climate stress and violent conflict. She uses game theory, time series analysis and spatial econometrics in carrying out her research.
Negar is currently a Research Project Fellow working on conflict at the Department of Political Economy. Prior to the start of her PhD she completed an MSc degree in Economics at the University of Warwick and worked for the British Embassy in Tehran and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
Effectiveness of Sanctions used as a foreign policy tool.
Professor Amrita Dhillon and Dr Elisa Cavatorta
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