Brunel University London
Jan Fidrmuc focuses on Politics, Voting, Demographic economics, Liberalization and International economics. His Politics research incorporates themes from Czech and Economic freedom. His Czech study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Left-wing politics, Development economics, Ranked voting system and Group voting ticket.
His studies deal with areas such as Social mobility, Market economy, Social status and Economic capital as well as Demographic economics. Jan Fidrmuc has researched Liberalization in several fields, including Political economy, Democratization and Recession. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Referendum and Redistribution.
Jan Fidrmuc mostly deals with Demographic economics, Politics, Czech, Unemployment and International economics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Tertiary sector of the economy and Social capital in addition to Demographic economics. His work in the fields of Voting overlaps with other areas such as Sustainability.
His work on Slovak as part of general Czech research is frequently linked to European integration and Transition countries, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work carried out in the field of International economics brings together such families of science as Endogeneity, Liberalization and Redistribution. His Liberalization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Economic integration and Democratization.
His main research concerns Endogeneity, China, Demographic economics, Development economics and Developmental psychology. His research investigates the connection between Endogeneity and topics such as Human capital that intersect with issues in Unemployment and Immigration. His Unemployment research spans across into areas like Okun's law and Transition.
As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of China, focusing on Subsistence agriculture and, on occasion, Sustainable development. He interconnects Tertiary sector of the economy and Foreign direct investment in the investigation of issues within Demographic economics. His work deals with themes such as Panel data, Capital, Financial capital, Tourism and Political capital, which intersect with Development economics.
Jan Fidrmuc mainly investigates Natural experiment, Development economics, Tourism, Panel data and Developmental psychology. Education reform, Substance abuse, Fluency, Robustness and International trade are fields of study that intersect with his Natural experiment research. His Development economics research includes themes of Driving factors and Economy.
His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Gravity model of trade and Driving factors. Jan Fidrmuc has included themes like Political risk, Terrorism and Corruption in his Tourism study. His Developmental psychology research incorporates elements of Sexual violence and Spouse.
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Is the Relationship Between Financial Development and Economic Growth Monotonic? Evidence from a Sample of Middle-Income Countries
Nahla Samargandi;Nahla Samargandi;Jan Fidrmuc;Jan Fidrmuc;Sugata Ghosh.
World Development (2015)
Economic Reform, Democracy and Growth During Post-Communist Transition
Jan Fidrmuc;Jan Fidrmuc;Jan Fidrmuc.
European Journal of Political Economy (2003)
Migration and regional adjustment to asymmetric shocks in transition economies
Journal of Comparative Economics (2004)
Disintegration and trade
Jan Fidrmuc;Jarko J. Fidrmuc.
Review of International Economics (2003)
Economics of voting in post-communist countries
Jan Fidrmuc;Jan Fidrmuc.
Electoral Studies (2000)
Political support for reforms: Economics of voting in transition countries
Jan Fidrmuc;Jan Fidrmuc.
European Economic Review (2000)
Financial development and economic growth in an oil-rich economy: The case of Saudi Arabia
Nahla Samargandi;Nahla Samargandi;Jan Fidrmuc;Sugata Ghosh.
Economic Modelling (2014)
Mind the Gap! Social Capital, East and West ∇
Jan Fidrmuc;Jan Fidrmuc;Jan Fidrmuc;Klarita Gërxhani.
Journal of Comparative Economics (2008)
Who favors enlargement?: Determinants of support for EU membership in the candidate countries' referenda
Orla Doyle;Jan Fidrmuc;Jan Fidrmuc;Jan Fidrmuc.
European Journal of Political Economy (2006)
The Stability of Monetary Unions: Lessons from the Breakup of Czechoslovakia
Jan Fidrmuc;Jan Fidrmuc;Julius Horvath;Julius Horvath;Jarko Fidrmuc.
Journal of Comparative Economics (1999)
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