Fredrik Söderbaum mainly investigates Regionalism, Political economy, Global governance, World order and Regional integration. His study in Regionalism is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Civil society, Democracy, Economic geography and International relations. His Civil society research includes elements of Comparative research, Nomothetic, Nomothetic and idiographic and Field.
His work in the fields of Regionalisation overlaps with other areas such as Comparative perspective. His Political economy study incorporates themes from New political economy, Foreign policy, Politics, Globalization and Power. His study focuses on the intersection of Global governance and fields such as Economy with connections in the field of Multilateralism, Regional security and Restructuring.
His primary scientific interests are in Regionalism, Political economy, Regional integration, Politics and Development economics. The Regionalism study combines topics in areas such as Economic system, Civil society, Globalization and Economic geography. His work deals with themes such as State, Global governance, Conflict management, Field and Democracy, which intersect with Political economy.
In Global governance, Fredrik Söderbaum works on issues like Foreign policy, which are connected to Bilateralism, National interest and Resizing. His Regional integration study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as World order, Regionalisation, European integration and Intellectual history. In his study, Relevance, Normative and Environmental planning is strongly linked to Power, which falls under the umbrella field of Politics.
Fredrik Söderbaum spends much of his time researching Regionalism, Regional integration, Political economy, European integration and Economic geography. To a larger extent, he studies International trade with the aim of understanding Regionalism. The concepts of his Regional integration study are interwoven with issues in Regional science, Economic system and Intellectual history.
His study in Political economy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Democracy and Legitimation. His research integrates issues of Eurocentrism and Parochialism in his study of European integration. The study incorporates disciplines such as Corporate governance and Global governance in addition to Economic geography.
Fredrik Söderbaum mainly focuses on Regionalism, Political economy, Economic system, Regional integration and European integration. His Regionalism research incorporates elements of Development economics, Global governance, Politics and Field. His studies in Development economics integrate themes in fields like Physical planning, Economic history and General partnership.
His research in Field intersects with topics in Comparative research, Object and Intellectual history. His Economic system research includes themes of Presentation, Diversity, Phenomenon, International relations and Multilateralism. His Regional integration research integrates issues from Parochialism, Eurocentrism, Civil society and Social constructionism.
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