His primary areas of study are Politics, Social psychology, Congressional elections, Presidential system and Law and economics. His Politics research includes themes of Mobilization, Demographic economics and Public administration. His study in Public administration is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both House of Representatives, Prosperity and Opposition.
His research integrates issues of Econometrics and Logit in his study of Social psychology. He interconnects Competition, Microeconomics, Order and Political economy in the investigation of issues within Congressional elections. His Law and economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Delegation, Bureaucracy and Power.
D. Roderick Kiewiet focuses on Voting, Politics, Political economy, Public administration and Presidential system. His Voting research includes elements of Actuarial science, Public economics and Unemployment. D. Roderick Kiewiet has included themes like Legislature and Law and economics in his Politics study.
As a member of one scientific family, D. Roderick Kiewiet mostly works in the field of Political economy, focusing on Congressional elections and, on occasion, Competition and Competence. His studies in Public administration integrate themes in fields like Disapproval voting and Straight-ticket voting. His Presidential system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Discretionary spending, Veto and Set.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Tactical voting, Voting, Finance, Economic growth and Inequality. His research in Tactical voting intersects with topics in Condorcet method, Microeconomics, Preference and Hedge. His Preference research integrates issues from Anti-plurality voting, Disapproval voting, Bullet voting, Cardinal voting systems and Social psychology.
The Voting study combines topics in areas such as Actuarial science, Political economy and Rationality. His Political economy research incorporates themes from Self-interest, Order, Public interest and Public administration. The various areas that he examines in his Finance study include Tax revenue, Constitution and State.
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Explaining Patterns of Candidate Competition in Congressional Elections
Jeffrey S. Banks;D. Roderick Kiewiet.
American Journal of Political Science (1989)
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