His primary scientific interests are in Political economy, Politics, Positive economics, Negotiation and Council of Ministers. Gerald Schneider has included themes like Liberalism, Globalization and Hegemony in his Political economy study. His Politics research incorporates elements of World economy and Alliance.
His studies in Positive economics integrate themes in fields like Social science, Empirical research and Democracy. His Negotiation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Information asymmetry, Dilemma, European integration and Value. His work deals with themes such as Legislature, Ideology and Public administration, which intersect with Council of Ministers.
His main research concerns Political economy, Politics, Law, European integration and Public administration. His studies in Political economy integrate themes in fields like Globalization, Economic interdependence, Development economics and Democracy, Capitalist peace. He has researched Politics in several fields, including Rational expectations, Financial market, Legislature and International economics.
As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on European integration, concentrating on Parliament and intersecting with Power. Public administration is closely attributed to Negotiation in his work. Gerald Schneider combines subjects such as Fractionalization, Political violence and Polarization with his study of Spanish Civil War.
His primary areas of investigation include Criminology, Political economy, Economic system, Cold war and International trade. His Criminology research incorporates themes from Armed conflict, Political violence and Refugee. Gerald Schneider performs multidisciplinary studies into Political economy and Critical appraisal in his work.
His studies deal with areas such as Multinational corporation, Voting, European integration, Public administration and Dissent as well as Economic system. Gerald Schneider studied Cold war and Coercion that intersect with Liberalism. His International trade study combines topics in areas such as Economic sanctions and Sanctions.
Armed conflict, Injury prevention, Early warning system, Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics are his primary areas of study. His Armed conflict research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Criminology, Political violence and Occupational safety and health.
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Bringing Putnam to the European regions : on the relevance of social capital for economic growth
Gerald Schneider;Thomas Plümper;Steffen Baumann.
European Urban and Regional Studies (2000)
Evidence with insight: what models contribute to EU research
Gerald Schneider;Bernard Steunenberg;Mika Widgrén.
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