Pei-Yu Wei is a PhD candidate at the Department of Political Science at Duke University. Her primary subfield is in Security, Peace, and Conflict, with a secondary specialization in Methodology (Game Theory track). Her research interests lie in international political economy, particularly sanctions and the determinants of sanction usage by governments, and the micro-level effects of economic statecraft. Her dissertation focuses on exploring the effects that third-party actors, both states and firms, have on the coerciveness of economic sanctions and the decision-making process of the sanctioning state.
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