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Author Feldman, Nizan, author

Title In the shadow of delegitimization : Israel's sensitivity to economic sanctions / Nizan Feldman
Published Tel Aviv : Institute for National Security Studies, [2017]
©2017

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Description 1 online resource (82 pages) : color illustrations
Series Memorandum ; no. 163
JCSS memorandum ; no. 163.
Contents What do academic literature and past instances teach us? -- The political-economic sensitivity of Israeli trade -- Estimating the effect of politics on the movement of Israeli trade -- Summary and policy recommendations
Summary "The increased activity of the BDS movement has prompted various attempts to estimate the economic damage liable to result from the delegitimization campaign against Israel. An analysis of Israeli trade and investment patterns shows that the BDS movement's ability to damage the Israeli economy depends primarily on the extent to which various governments are motivated to exert economic pressure on Israel for political reasons, or alternatively, to thwart such pressure. The memorandum cites economic, political, legal, and technical limitations that can significantly hamper the BDS movement in effectively applying most of the economic penalties it advocates. The scope of the immunity provided by these limitations, however, is liable to decline rapidly if governments decide to connect Israel's policy on the Palestinian issue more closely with their economic relations with Israel. The findings of the study indicate that an increase in the intensity of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has a negative impact on Israeli exports to the European Union countries, but does not affect exports to Israel's other important trade partners. So far the effects of the conflict on trade with European Union countries have not been macro-economically significant, but this linkage is liable to increase and spread to trade with other countries if the delegitimization campaign against Israel expands and wins sympathy from official parties among Israel's main trade partners"--Publisher's web site
Notes "February 2017."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 75-82)
Notes Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (INSS, viewed February 15, 2017)
Subject Boycotts -- Israel
Disinvestment -- Israel
Economic sanctions -- Israel
Boycotts.
Commerce.
Disinvestment.
Economic sanctions.
International economic relations.
SUBJECT Israel -- Commerce
Israel -- Foreign economic relations
Subject Israel.
Form Electronic book
Author Makhon le-meḥḳere biṭaḥon leʼumi, publisher.