2009 - Hellman Fellow
His main research concerns Political economy, Politics, Authoritarianism, Legislature and China. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Veto, Economic reform, Power and Soviet union. His research in Politics intersects with topics in Development economics, Scale and State.
His Authoritarianism study incorporates themes from Ex-ante, Single party, Corporate governance, Opposition and Victory. The Legislature study which covers Parliament that intersects with Incentive, Transparency and Public administration. His China study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Assistant professor, Management, Elite and International relations.
His primary areas of study are Political economy, Corporate governance, Politics, Foreign direct investment and Investment. Edmund J. Malesky has included themes like Authoritarianism, Economic reform, Single party, Power and Economic system in his Political economy study. His Corporate governance research incorporates elements of Quality, Property rights and Public economics.
In his work, Development economics is strongly intertwined with China, which is a subfield of Politics. Edmund J. Malesky combines subjects such as Competition, Economic rent, Market economy, Endogeneity and International economics with his study of Foreign direct investment. The various areas that Edmund J. Malesky examines in his Investment study include Incentive and Economic policy.
Edmund J. Malesky mainly investigates Government, International economics, Politics, China and Incentive. He focuses mostly in the field of International economics, narrowing it down to matters related to Productivity and, in some cases, Openness to experience and International trade. His Politics research includes themes of Political economy, Adjudication and Public relations.
His work deals with themes such as Popularity, State, Legislature and Legislator, which intersect with Political economy. His work carried out in the field of China brings together such families of science as Censorship, Transparency, Development economics and Law and economics. His research integrates issues of Authoritarianism and Investment in his study of Incentive.
Edmund J. Malesky spends much of his time researching Politics, Public relations, Incentive, Political economy and Globalization. The study incorporates disciplines such as Disappointment, Tax revenue, Legislation and Decentralization in addition to Politics. He interconnects Multinational corporation, Convention, Investment and International relations in the investigation of issues within Incentive.
His Political economy study combines topics in areas such as Single party, Development economics, Preference and Power. His study on Globalization also encompasses disciplines like
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