His primary areas of investigation include Foreign direct investment, Globalization, Developing country, Politics and Spanish Civil War. The concepts of his Foreign direct investment study are interwoven with issues in Core, Free association, Labour economics and International economics. His studies in Developing country integrate themes in fields like Economic sector, Multinational corporation, Order and Collective bargaining.
His Politics research incorporates themes from Natural resource, Development economics and Economic rent. His Development economics research incorporates elements of Looting and Dutch disease. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Creed and Spanish Civil War.
His main research concerns Development economics, Globalization, Political economy, Foreign direct investment and Politics. His Development economics study incorporates themes from Economic freedom, Sustainable development, Welfare, Democracy and Resource curse. His Globalization study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Developing country.
His Political economy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Free market, Human rights, State and Spanish Civil War. His Foreign direct investment study combines topics in areas such as Economic inequality, Multinational corporation, Labour economics and International economics. He has included themes like Economic growth, Natural resource, Property rights and Economic rent in his Politics study.
His primary scientific interests are in Development economics, Politics, Democracy, Peer review and Political economy. His Development economics research includes themes of Corporate governance, Economic freedom and Corruption. Politics is closely attributed to Globalization in his work.
As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Democracy, concentrating on Health care and intersecting with Autocracy. He has researched Political economy in several fields, including Free market and Property rights. The study incorporates disciplines such as Foreign direct investment and International economics in addition to Developing country.
Indra de Soysa mostly deals with Foreign direct investment, Multinational corporation, International economics, Empirical assessment and Human rights. There are a combination of areas like Status quo bias, Environmental pollution and Endogeneity integrated together with his Foreign direct investment study.
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Trade Openness, Foreign Direct Investment and Child Labor
Eric Neumayer;Indra de Soysa.
World Development (2005)
Globalization and the Right to Free Association and Collective Bargaining: An Empirical Analysis
Eric Neumayer;Indra de Soysa.
World Development (2006)
Corruption, the resource curse and genuine saving
Simon Dietz;Eric Neumayer;Indra De Soysa.
Environment and Development Economics (2007)
Testing Power-Transition Theory Using Alternative Measures of National Capabilities
Indra de Soysa;John R. Oneal;Yong-Hee Park.
Journal of Conflict Resolution (1997)
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