Her primary areas of study are Development economics, Economic system, Demographic economics, Economic growth and Social change. Her work deals with themes such as Flexibility, Compulsory education and Market economy, which intersect with Development economics. Her research integrates issues of Citizenship and Political economy in her study of Economic system.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Proxy, Structuring, Independence and Social citizenship. Her Economic growth study incorporates themes from Rural area, Government, Social security and Digital economy. Claire Wallace interconnects Social mobility, Social status, Social reproduction and Social engagement in the investigation of issues within Social change.
Economic growth, Gender studies, Politics, Economy and Political economy are her primary areas of study. Her studies in Economic growth integrate themes in fields like Rural area, Social quality and Quality of life. Claire Wallace has included themes like Life satisfaction and Empowerment in her Social quality study.
Her Gender studies study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Citizenship. Politics is closely attributed to Social science in her research. The various areas that she examines in her Economy study include Informal sector, East-Central Europe, Development economics and Communism.
Her main research concerns Economic growth, Public relations, Social quality, Cultural heritage and Rural area. Her Economic growth research incorporates themes from Government, State market and Public health. In her research on the topic of Government, Political economy is strongly related with European integration.
Claire Wallace combines subjects such as Information and Communications Technology, Social capital, Broadband and Social engagement with her study of Public relations. Claire Wallace has researched Social capital in several fields, including Cultural capital, Economy and Value. Her work in Social engagement tackles topics such as Social relation which are related to areas like Social change.
Claire Wallace focuses on Economic growth, Public relations, Social quality, Rural management and Rural area. The concepts of her Economic growth study are interwoven with issues in Download, Broadband and Creative industries. Her research in Public relations intersects with topics in Internet access, Cultural heritage management, Cultural heritage, Industrial heritage and Social engagement.
Her research investigates the connection between Social engagement and topics such as Social relation that intersect with problems in Social change. Her Social quality research integrates issues from Life satisfaction, Political economy, Authoritarianism and Autocracy. Her study in Rural area is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both General partnership, Community organization, Psychological resilience and Community cohesion.
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An Introduction to Sociology: Feminist Perspectives
Pamela Abbott;Melissa Tyler;Claire Wallace.
Patterns of formal and informal social capital in Europe
Florian Pichler;Claire Denise Wallace.
European Sociological Review (2007)
Social Capital in Transition: A First Look at the Evidence*
Claire Wallace;Martin Raiser;Christian Haerpfer;Thomas Nowotny.
Sociologicky Casopis-czech Sociological Review (2002)
Youth, family, and citizenship
Gill Jones;Claire Wallace.
Household Strategies: Their Conceptual Relevance and Analytical Scope in Social Research
Opening and closing borders: Migration and mobility in East-Central Europe
Claire Denise Wallace.
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (2002)
For Richer, For Poorer: Growing Up in and Out of Work
Claire Denise Wallace.
Economic Transformation Outside the Law: Corruption, Trust in Public Institutions and the Informal Economy in Transition Countries of Central and Eastern Europe
Claire Wallace;Rossalina Latcheva.
Europe-Asia Studies (2006)
Enhanced broadband access as a solution to the social and economic problems of the rural digital divide
Leanne Townsend;Arjuna Sathiaseelan;Gorry Fairhurst;Claire Wallace.
Local Economy (2013)
Patterns of migration in Central Europe
Claire Denise Wallace;Dariusz Stola.
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