Gebhard Kirchgässner mainly focuses on Public finance, Public economics, Direct democracy, Tax competition and Debt. Gebhard Kirchgässner usually deals with Public finance and limits it to topics linked to Public choice and Ask price and Public sector. Gebhard Kirchgässner interconnects Causality, Granger causality, Rationality, Positive economics and Popularity in the investigation of issues within Public economics.
His Direct democracy research includes themes of Life satisfaction, Social psychology, Affect, Political economy and Representative democracy. His Tax competition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fiscal federalism, Tax rate and Income tax. He has researched Debt in several fields, including Economic policy, Politics and Financial system.
His primary areas of study are Public economics, Positive economics, Politics, Direct democracy and Democracy. His Public economics research includes elements of Government, Public finance and Public choice. His Positive economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Rationality, Self-interest, Economic model and Normative.
His research in Direct democracy intersects with topics in Fiscal policy and Referendum. The study incorporates disciplines such as Political economy and Law and economics in addition to Democracy.
Gebhard Kirchgässner focuses on Positive economics, Ideology, Politics, Econometrics and Public economics. The concepts of his Positive economics study are interwoven with issues in Law, Altruism, Self-interest, Normative and Relation. His work is connected to Democracy and Political system, as a part of Politics.
His research on Econometrics also deals with topics like
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Positive economics, Ideology, Econometrics, Economic model and Politics. His work carried out in the field of Positive economics brings together such families of science as Value, Public economics and Normative. Gebhard Kirchgässner has included themes like Scientific discourse, Great Rationality Debate and Principle of rationality in his Public economics study.
His Econometrics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Discount points, Simple and Policy analysis. His Economic model research includes elements of Objectivity, Public choice, Self-interest, Empirical research and Homo economicus. His work in Law and economics tackles topics such as Fiscal sustainability which are related to areas like Direct democracy.
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Introduction to Modern Time Series Analysis
Gebhard Kirchgässner;Jürgen Wolters;Uwe Hassler.
Demokratische Wirtschaftspolitik : Theorie und Anwendung
Bruno S. Frey;Gebhard Kirchgässner.
Homo oeconomicus : das ökonomische Modell individuellen Verhaltens und seine Anwendung in den Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften
Die Einheit der Gesellschaftswissenschaften (1991)
Homo Oeconomicus: The Economic Model of Behaviour and Its Applications in Economics and Other Social Sciences
Is It Culture or Democracy? The Impact of Democracy and Culture on Happiness
David Dorn;Justina A.V. Fischer;Gebhard Kirchgässner;Alfonso Sousa-Poza.
Social Indicators Research (2007)
Towards a theory of low-cost decisions
European Journal of Political Economy (1992)
Tax harmonization and tax competition in the European Union: Lessons from Switzerland
Gebhard Kirchgässner;Werner W. Pommerehne;Werner W. Pommerehne.
Journal of Public Economics (1996)
The political economy of direct legislation: direct democracy and local decision–making
Lars P. Feld;Gebhard Kirchgässner.
Economic Policy (2001)
Decentralized Taxation and the Size of Government: Evidence from Swiss State and Local Governments
Lars P. Feld;Gebhard Kirchgässner;Christoph A. Schaltegger.
Southern Economic Journal (2010)
Direct democracy, political culture, and the outcome of economic policy: a report on the Swiss experience
Lars P. Feld;Gebhard Kirchgässner.
European Journal of Political Economy (2000)
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