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Raul Caruso, educated in Naples, Leuven and Milan, is currently research associate at the Institute of Economic Policy, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano (Italy). In Italy, he has already been Lecturer at Catholic University, at ASERI (Post Graduate School od Economics and International Relations), and at the University of Bologna. He has also been Visiting Professor at MIT, USA, at Warsaw University, Poland, at Kazakh Humanitarian Law University (Kazakhstan), Center of European Law and Economic Studies and at the Novosibirsk State University (Russian Federation), Center of European Studies. He is also member of NEPS (Network of European Peace Scientists) and he has been awarded with the Stuart Bremer Award in 2004.
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Economic theories of conflict and conflict resolution, international trade, International Political Economy, trade policies, institutions, political economy, political cycles, conflict resolution and development in LDCs, natural resources and conflict.
Caruso R., (2009), Butter, Guns and Ice Cream, A simple theory and empirical evidence from sub-saharian Africa. ( CARUSO R., (2009), Policy Implications of Theoretical Conflict Economics. , MIT International Review, Caruso R., Locatelli A., (2008), Deadly contests: an economic note on al-Qaeda’s reward system, The Economics of Peace and security Journal, vol.3, n.2, pp.62-68. Caruso R. (2008), Reciprocity in the shadow of threat. International Review of Economics, vol.55, n.1/2, pp.91-111. Caruso R. (2007), A Simple Model of Conflict, Appropriation and Production in a two-sector Economy. Caruso R., Locatelli A., (2007), Feeding Terror, How Bin Laden Rewards Terrorist Groups. Caruso R. (2007) , Reciprocity in the shadow of threat. Caruso R: (2007), Conflict and Conflict Management with Asymmetric Stakes ( The Bad Cop and the Good Cop part II). CARUSO R., (2007), Continuing Conflict and Stalemate: A Note, Economics Bulletin, vol.4, no.17, pp.1-8. CARUSO R., (2006), A Trade Institution as a Peaceful Institution? A contribution to Integrative Theory, Conflict Management and Peace Science, vol. 23, n. 1, pp.53-72. CARUSO R. (2006), Conflict and Conflict Management with Interdependent Instruments and Asymmetric stakes, (The Good-Cop and the Bad-Cop game). Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, vol. 12, no.1. art. 1, (available at CARUSO R., (2006), Information and Global Security, A Cautionary Tale?, EPS Quarterly, November 2006, available at CARUSO R., (2005), The Impact of International Economic Sanctions on Trade: empirical evidence over the period 1960-2000, Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali, vol. 113, n.1, pp.41-66. CARUSO R., (2005), A Model of Conflict with Institutional Constraint in a two-period Setting, What is a Credible Grant?, Quaderni dell’Istituto di Politica Economica, n. 46/2005. CARUSO R., (2005), To Lift or not to Lift, A Few Notes on the Lifting of the European Arms Embargo on China, Crossroads, vol.5, n.2, pp. 7-18. CARUSO R., (2003), The impact of International Economic Sanctions on Trade. An Empirical Analysis, Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, vol. 9, no.2. CARUSO R., (2003), Should We Set the Market Free? Some Notes on International Economic Sanctions, Crossroads, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 21-33.

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