Her primary scientific interests are in Epistemology, Politics, Citizenship, Normative and Law. The Politics study combines topics in areas such as Public administration, State and Political union. Her Normative research integrates issues from Constitutionalism, Rule of law, Positive economics, Reflexivity and Human rights.
Her Rule of law research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Norm and Law and economics. Her studies deal with areas such as Identity and Meaning as well as Law. In her research on the topic of Social constructivism, European integration, International relations theory and Social science is strongly related with Polity.
Law, Epistemology, Law and economics, International relations and Norm are her primary areas of study. Her research in Epistemology intersects with topics in Social science and International relations theory. The study incorporates disciplines such as Order, Global governance and Public administration in addition to Law and economics.
Her International relations study incorporates themes from Argument, Premise, International law, Framing and Social constructionism. Her studies in Norm integrate themes in fields like Sovereignty, Global citizenship, Deliberation, Legitimacy and Normative. Her Citizenship study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as European court of justice, European integration, Political union and Polity.
Her primary areas of investigation include Norm, International relations, International law, Law and economics and Epistemology. Her Norm study combines topics in areas such as Discursive practice, Democracy, Politics and Global citizenship. The concepts of her Politics study are interwoven with issues in Empirical research and Normative.
Antje Wiener mostly deals with International relations theory in her studies of International relations. Her work carried out in the field of Law and economics brings together such families of science as Descriptive knowledge, Stakeholder, Deliberation, Global governance and Legitimacy. Antje Wiener has included themes like Critical engagement and Structuring in her Epistemology study.
Antje Wiener mostly deals with Law and economics, Norm, Global governance, Constitutionalism and Virtue. Antje Wiener has researched Law and economics in several fields, including International law and International relations. Her Norm research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Torture, Stakeholder, Global citizenship, Constitution and Fundamental rights.
Her Global governance research includes elements of Boundary-work, Argument, Positive economics, Social contract and Value. Her work on Environmental ethics expands to the thematically related Constitutionalism. Her research integrates issues of Legitimacy, Descriptive knowledge, Deliberation and Development studies in her study of Virtue.
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