Vera Asenova

Small States Outside World Markets
Bulgaria’s Trade Relations with Germany and the Soviet Union, 1932-1956

Monetary and trade regimes are not politically neutral. By allowing for international economic cooperation they produce interdependent relationships among states. They also alter the incentive structures within states, which affect domestic politics and institutions. Regimes are neither all-inclusive nor truly global. Alongside global markets that trade multilaterally in convertible currencies there are a number of …
Read more