His primary areas of investigation include Politics, Sanctions, Political economy, Law and economics and Power. Daniel W. Drezner has researched Politics in several fields, including Scapegoat and Corporate governance. His work on Economic sanctions as part of general Sanctions research is frequently linked to Cooperative behavior and Initial burst, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His studies deal with areas such as Test, Argument, Coercion, International relations and International trade as well as Economic sanctions. His Political economy research includes elements of Global politics and Environmental politics. His research integrates issues of Positive economics, Public relations and Distribution in his study of Power.
Political economy, Politics, International relations, Law and Power are his primary areas of study. The Political economy study which covers Globalization that intersects with International trade. His Politics research integrates issues from Law and economics, Corporate governance and Sanctions.
His study explores the link between Sanctions and topics such as Reputation that cross with problems in Coercion and Distribution. His studies in International relations integrate themes in fields like Development economics, Realism and Hegemony. Daniel W. Drezner has included themes like Public finance, Positive economics, State, Market economy and Global governance in his Power study.
His primary scientific interests are in International relations, Political economy, Economic history, Foreign policy and Power. Daniel W. Drezner interconnects Institutional economics, Realism and Great Depression in the investigation of issues within International relations. His biological study deals with issues like Hegemony, which deal with fields such as Order, Geopolitics and China.
His research investigates the connection between Economic history and topics such as Corporate governance that intersect with issues in International regime. His Foreign policy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychoanalysis, International political economy, Performance art and Media studies. His Power study combines topics in areas such as International trade, Politics and Foreign direct investment.
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