John Gerring mostly deals with Epistemology, Social science, Case method, Democracy and Positive economics. His Epistemology research incorporates elements of Law, Intellectual history and Politics of the United States. In the subject of general Social science, his work in Field and Qualitative research is often linked to Expansive, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His Case method study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Management science, Social work, Variety, External validity and Subject. His Democracy research includes themes of Political capital, Physical capital and Welfare economics. His Positive economics study combines topics in areas such as Economic system and Social capital.
His primary areas of study are Democracy, Political economy, Politics, Comparative politics and Social science. His Democracy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Index, Positive economics, Development economics and Public administration. His Political economy research includes elements of Polity, Sovereignty, Variety, Economic system and Corruption.
John Gerring has included themes like Corporate governance and Public relations in his Politics study. His study looks at the intersection of Comparative politics and topics like Political philosophy with Public economics. His Social science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Epistemology and Subject.
John Gerring mainly investigates Democracy, Political economy, Public administration, Politics and Democratization. His Democracy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Argument, Government, Political change, Power and Religious studies. His Argument research integrates issues from Sovereignty, Corruption, Polity and Institutionalisation.
His research integrates issues of Demise and Monarchy in his study of Political economy. The concepts of his Politics study are interwoven with issues in Economic interventionism and Sanctions. The various areas that John Gerring examines in his Democratization study include Index, Romer and Library science.
His primary scientific interests are in Democracy, Democratization, Politics, Political economy and Index. His work carried out in the field of Democracy brings together such families of science as Voting, Public opinion and Public relations. The study incorporates disciplines such as Collective action, Romer and Library science in addition to Democratization.
His Elite study, which is part of a larger body of work in Politics, is frequently linked to Class, bridging the gap between disciplines. John Gerring combines subjects such as Latent class model, Dictatorship and Global Leadership with his study of Political economy. John Gerring interconnects Economic growth, Modernization theory, Electoral fraud and Power in the investigation of issues within Index.
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Case Study Research: Principles and Practices
Case Selection Techniques in Case Study Research A Menu of Qualitative and Quantitative Options
Jason Seawright;John Gerring.
Political Research Quarterly (2008)
What Is a Case Study and What Is It Good for
American Political Science Review (2004)
Social Science Methodology: A Unified Framework
Political Institutions and Corruption: The Role of Unitarism and Parliamentarism
John Gerring;Strom C. Thacker.
British Journal of Political Science (2004)
Conceptualizing and Measuring Democracy: A New Approach
Michael Coppedge;Michael Coppedge;John Gerring;David Altman;Michael Bernhard.
Perspectives on Politics (2011)
Democracy and Economic Growth: A Historical Perspective
John Gerring;Phillip J. Bond;William T. Barndt;Carola Moreno.
World Politics (2005)
Ideology: A Definitional Analysis:
Political Research Quarterly (1997)
Is There a (Viable) Crucial-Case Method?
Comparative Political Studies (2007)
What Makes a Concept Good? A Criterial Framework for Understanding Concept Formation in the Social Sciences
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