2008 - Heinz I. Eulau Award, American Political Science Association (APSA)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Spanish Civil War, Political economy, Criminology, Politics and Sierra leone. His Spanish Civil War study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Natural resource, Duration and Victory. Jeremy M. Weinstein has included themes like Interpersonal ties, State, Public relations and Resource curse in his Political economy study.
Jeremy M. Weinstein combines subjects such as Law, Civil defense, Civilian population and Civil Conflict with his study of Criminology. His Law research integrates issues from Corporate governance and Resilience. Jeremy M. Weinstein has researched Politics in several fields, including Poverty, Rivalry and Status quo.
Jeremy M. Weinstein focuses on Politics, Ethnic group, Political economy, Development economics and Public administration. His Politics research incorporates themes from Social psychology, Corporate governance, Public relations and Spanish Civil War. His work deals with themes such as Collective action, Representation, Public economics and Cultural diversity, which intersect with Ethnic group.
His study explores the link between Cultural diversity and topics such as Altruism that cross with problems in Slum. His studies examine the connections between Political economy and genetics, as well as such issues in Developing country, with regards to Developed country, Refugee, Global politics, Social order and American political science. His Development economics study combines topics in areas such as Disarmament, Middle East, Refugee crisis and Demobilization.
Jeremy M. Weinstein mainly investigates Refugee, Immigration, Demographic economics, Refugee crisis and Development economics. His Refugee study incorporates themes from Developing country, Unemployment and Developed country. His Developing country research includes themes of Test, Political economy, Forced migration and Politics.
Developed country is often connected to Ethnic group in his work. His Immigration study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Public economics. His Demographic economics research incorporates elements of State, Hostility, Welfare and Generosity.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Refugee, Immigration, Demographic economics, Quality and Machine learning. His study in Refugee is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Data-driven and Institutional structure. His Immigration study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Generosity, Welfare, State and Internal migration.
A majority of his Demographic economics research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Naturalization and Psychological intervention. His Quality research spans across into subjects like Ground truth, Light intensity, Artificial intelligence, Deep learning and Sustainable development. His study in the field of Leverage is also linked to topics like Sewerage and Satellite imagery.
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