James T. Hamilton spends much of his time researching Politics, Hazardous waste, Superfund, Actuarial science and Index. His research on Politics often connects related areas such as Labour economics. His research integrates issues of Prejudice and Power in his study of Labour economics.
His Hazardous waste research focuses on subjects like Collective action, which are linked to Externality, Opposition and Public economics. James T. Hamilton combines subjects such as Public interest and News media with his study of Independence. His research integrates issues of Pollution and Toxics Release Inventory in his study of News media.
James T. Hamilton focuses on Politics, Hazardous waste, Superfund, Monetary policy and Public economics. His study on Collective action is often connected to Index as part of broader study in Politics. His work on Hazardous waste sites as part of general Hazardous waste research is often related to Environmental equity and Oecd countries, thus linking different fields of science.
His Superfund study combines topics in areas such as Legislation, Actuarial science and Risk assessment. His work carried out in the field of Public economics brings together such families of science as Private sector and Externality. His studies in News media integrate themes in fields like Marketing and Agricultural economics.
His primary areas of investigation include Monetary economics, Monetary policy, Explication, Surprise and Delayed response. His Monetary economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Financial economics, Futures contract and Treasury. A majority of his Explication research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Shock, New home sales and Credit channel.
His primary areas of study are Democracy, News values, Advertising, Supply and demand and News media. His Democracy research includes elements of Cultural studies, Media studies and Public administration. His News values study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Media economics.
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Long Swings in the Exchange Rate: Are they in the Data and Do Markets Know It?
Charles Engel;James Hamilton.
Social Science Research Network (1989)
Private Values of Risk Tradeoffs at Superfund Sites: Housing Market Evidence on Learning about Risk
Ted Gayer;James T. Hamilton;W. Kip Viscusi.
The Review of Economics and Statistics (2000)
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