Hank C. Jenkins-Smith mostly deals with Public administration, Social psychology, Perception, Politics and Economic system. His research integrates issues of Foreign policy analysis and Public policy in his study of Public administration. His Public policy study deals with Technological change intersecting with Content analysis.
His studies in Social psychology integrate themes in fields like Sample and Sociology of scientific knowledge. His Politics research incorporates themes from Risk perception, Engineering ethics, Institution, Government and Risk assessment. His work in Economic system covers topics such as Policy studies which are related to areas like Public opinion.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Public administration, Public policy, Politics, Public relations and Contingent valuation. Hank C. Jenkins-Smith works mostly in the field of Public administration, limiting it down to topics relating to Public opinion and, in certain cases, Perception, as a part of the same area of interest. The Public policy study combines topics in areas such as Yearbook and Elite.
In his study, Empirical research is strongly linked to Survey data collection, which falls under the umbrella field of Politics. His study looks at the intersection of Public relations and topics like Nuclear weapon with National security. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Social psychology under Ideology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Risk perception.
His primary scientific interests are in Public policy, Public administration, Yearbook, Contingent valuation and Survey data collection. His Public policy study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Public relations. His Public relations study which covers Private sector that intersects with Politics.
His work in Public administration covers topics such as Quantitative research which are related to areas like Policy studies. The study incorporates disciplines such as Natural resource economics and Econometrics in addition to Contingent valuation. His Survey data collection research includes elements of Elite, Political economy and Polarization.
Hank C. Jenkins-Smith mainly investigates Survey data collection, Contingent valuation, Market value, Valuation and Microeconomics. His Survey data collection study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Political economy and Politics, Polarization. To a larger extent, Hank C. Jenkins-Smith studies Willingness to pay with the aim of understanding Contingent valuation.
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Cultural cognition of scientific consensus
Dan M. Kahan;Hank Jenkins‐Smith;Donald Braman.
Journal of Risk Research (2011)
The Advent of Internet Surveys for Political Research: A Comparison of Telephone and Internet Samples
Robert P. Berrens;Alok K. Bohara;Hank Jenkins‐Smith;Carol Silva.
Information and effort in contingent valuation surveys: application to global climate change using national internet samples ☆
Robert P. Berrens;Alok K. Bohara;Hank C. Jenkins-Smith;Carol L. Silva.
Public Support for Reducing US Reliance on Fossil Fuels: Investigating Household Willingness-to-Pay for Energy Research and Development
Hui Li;Hank C. Jenkins-Smith;Carol L. Silva;Robert P. Berrens.
Ecological Economics (2009)
Further Investigation of Voluntary Contribution Contingent Valuation: Fair Share, Time of Contribution, and Respondent Uncertainty
Robert P. Berrens;Hank Jenkins-Smith;Alok K. Bohara;Carol L. Silva.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2002)
Effects of Total Cost and Group-Size Information on Willingness to Pay Responses: Open Ended vs. Dichotomous Choice
Alok K. Bohara;Michael McKee;Robert P. Berrens;Hank Jenkins-Smith.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (1998)
Would developing country commitments affect US households' support for a modified Kyoto Protocol?
Hui Li;Robert P. Berrens;Alok K. Bohara;Hank C. Jenkins-Smith.
Ecological Economics (2004)
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