Ian Manners spends much of his time researching Normative power, Law, European integration, European Union law and Data Protection Directive. His Normative power study incorporates themes from Political economy and Positive economics. His Political economy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Common Security and Defence Policy and European Neighbourhood Policy.
His European integration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Foreign policy analysis, Foreign policy and International trade. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Regionalism and European studies. Ian Manners has researched European Security Strategy in several fields, including Single market, Contradiction, Power and International relations.
His main research concerns European integration, Political economy, Normative power, Politics and International trade. Ian Manners has included themes like Regionalism and Identity in his European integration study. His Political economy study combines topics in areas such as Global politics, International relations, Foreign policy, Power and Economic system.
His International relations study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Comparative politics, Single market, Contradiction and Value. In his research on the topic of Power, Great power is strongly related with Normative. His study on Normative power is covered under Law.
Ian Manners focuses on European integration, Political economy, Politics, Global politics and Context. His study in the field of European studies is also linked to topics like Environmental ethics. His studies in Political economy integrate themes in fields like Ontological security, Economic system, Foreign policy and International relations.
His work deals with themes such as European debt crisis and Referendum, which intersect with International relations. His research links Power with Global politics. His work carried out in the field of Regionalism brings together such families of science as European Union law, Data Protection Directive and Single Euro Payments Area.
Ian Manners mostly deals with European integration, Global politics, Politics, Law and Political economy. Ian Manners combines subjects such as Ontological security, Critical theory, Europeanisation and Brexit with his study of European integration. The study incorporates disciplines such as Regionalism, Economic history and Globalization in addition to Europeanisation.
His research in Brexit intersects with topics in Identity, Social psychology, Social constructionism and Political psychology. His research integrates issues of Great power, Policy analysis, Public relations, Law and economics and Normative in his study of Global politics. As part of his studies on European debt crisis, Ian Manners often connects relevant subjects like International relations.
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Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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