Corporate governance, Regional policy, Public administration, Context and Industrial policy are his primary areas of study. David Bailey has included themes like Capacity building, Economic policy, Commission, Accession and Resizing in his Corporate governance study. David Bailey combines subjects such as Bridge, Value capture, Regionalism and Multi-level governance with his study of Regional policy.
His studies deal with areas such as Government, Coalition government, Globalization and Localism as well as Public administration. His work on Coalition government is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Economy. His Industrial policy research integrates issues from Supply chain, Labour economics and Foreign direct investment.
His primary areas of investigation include Industrial policy, Political economy, Economy, Economic system and Context. His Industrial policy study incorporates themes from Foreign direct investment, State, Economic policy, Open innovation and Entrepreneurship. David Bailey has researched Open innovation in several fields, including Supply chain, Industrial organization and Agency.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Democracy, Austerity, Capitalism, Politics and Brexit. His study of Context brings together topics like Corporate governance and Public policy. Many of his studies on Corporate governance involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Regional policy.
David Bailey spends much of his time researching Industrial policy, Political economy, Brexit, Austerity and Politics. David Bailey has included themes like Economic policy, Economy and Foreign direct investment in his Industrial policy study. As part of the same scientific family, David Bailey usually focuses on Political economy, concentrating on Capitalism and intersecting with Solidarity and Dissent.
His Brexit study combines topics in areas such as Supply chain, International trade, Public policy, Single market and Inward investment. David Bailey works mostly in the field of Supply chain, limiting it down to concerns involving Open innovation and, occasionally, Industrial organization. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Comparative politics and Militant.
His primary scientific interests are in Industrial policy, Political economy, Regional studies, Austerity and Politics. His studies deal with areas such as Economic policy and Economy as well as Industrial policy. His Economy study incorporates themes from Value, International economics and Foreign direct investment.
His research integrates issues of Social dialogue and Capitalism in his study of Political economy. While the research belongs to areas of Austerity, David Bailey spends his time largely on the problem of Brexit, intersecting his research to questions surrounding European integration, Public policy, Economic integration and Recession. The Dissent and Comparative politics research David Bailey does as part of his general Politics study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Context, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
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Molecular and physical mechanisms of first-pass extraction.
Stephen D. Hall;Stephen D. Hall;Kenneth E. Thummel;Paul B. Watkins;Kenneth S. Lown.
Drug Metabolism and Disposition (1999)
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