His scientific interests lie mostly in Public economics, Voting, Public administration, Direct democracy and Economic policy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Voter turnout, Order, Public finance and Positive economics in addition to Public economics. He has included themes like Manufacturing and Normative in his Voting study.
His Public administration study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Government, Legislature and Politics. His Politics research incorporates themes from Lawmaking and Public policy. His studies in Economic policy integrate themes in fields like Government sector, Government spending, State, Popular vote and Revenue.
His primary areas of study are Direct democracy, Public administration, Legislature, Public economics and State. His Direct democracy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Representation, Government, Referendum, Public policy and Law and economics. His work deals with themes such as Representative democracy, Democracy and Ballot, which intersect with Public administration.
His Public economics research includes elements of Economic policy and Control. His State research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fiscal policy, Competition, Politics and Logrolling. His Politics research incorporates elements of Special Interest Group and Political economy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Direct democracy, Referendum, Law and economics, Shareholder and Public policy. His Direct democracy research focuses on Political economy and how it relates to Politics. His study in Referendum is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ballot, Majority opinion and Public administration.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Voting, Accounting and Value. John G. Matsusaka has included themes like Representation, Legislature and Public finance in his Public policy study. His Legislature research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Public economics, Competitor analysis and Public opinion.
Referendum, Direct democracy, Majority opinion, Public finance and Public policy are his primary areas of study. John G. Matsusaka has researched Referendum in several fields, including Democracy and Public administration. His studies deal with areas such as Secret ballot, Exhaustive ballot, Ballot, Political economy and Spoilt vote as well as Public administration.
His work carried out in the field of Majority opinion brings together such families of science as Representation, Accountability, Legislator and Roll call. The various areas that he examines in his Public finance study include Legislature, Public economics and Public opinion. The concepts of his Public policy study are interwoven with issues in Power and Debt.
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Internal Capital Markets and Corporate Refocusing
John G. Matsusaka;Vikram Nanda.
Journal of Financial Intermediation (2002)
Budget referendums and government spending: evidence from Swiss cantons
Lars P Feld;Lars P Feld;John G Matsusaka.
Journal of Public Economics (2003)
Demand for Environmental Goods: Evidence from Voting Patterns on California Initiatives
Matthew E. Kahn;John G. Matsusaka.
The Journal of Law and Economics (1997)
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