John Hudson mostly deals with Public economics, Applied economics, Financial economics, Economic growth and Voting. His Public economics study frequently links to other fields, such as Social group. Applied economics is a subfield of Positive economics that John Hudson tackles.
His Financial economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Value and Commerce. His Economic growth study combines topics in areas such as Government, Institutional economics, Cultural economics and Intellectual property. In his work, Duty is strongly intertwined with Social psychology, which is a subfield of Voting.
John Hudson mainly focuses on Public economics, Monetary economics, Eurobarometer, Development economics and Demographic economics. He performs integrative study on Public economics and Empirical evidence. The Monetary economics study combines topics in areas such as Volatility, Aid effectiveness, Unemployment and Debt.
His study in Development economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Private sector, Prosperity, Poverty, Public sector and Corruption. His study explores the link between Private sector and topics such as Government that cross with problems in Developing country. His Demographic economics research includes elements of Economic growth and Happiness.
His primary areas of study are Economic growth, Development economics, Corruption, Eurobarometer and Demographic economics. His Economic growth research integrates issues from Well-being and Intellectual property. John Hudson works mostly in the field of Development economics, limiting it down to concerns involving Tribe and, occasionally, Identity.
His Corruption research incorporates themes from New product development, Political economy, Bureaucracy and State. His research in Demographic economics intersects with topics in Positive psychology, Redistribution, Standard of living, Homo economicus and Happiness. John Hudson combines subjects such as Life satisfaction, Relative income, Positive economics and Interpersonal communication with his study of Happiness.
His main research concerns Economic growth, Eurobarometer, Demographic economics, Monetary economics and Debt. His work in the fields of Economic growth, such as Gross domestic product and Informal sector, intersects with other areas such as South east and Home market. His Eurobarometer investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Simple average, Social psychology, Control, Social group and Robot.
His Demographic economics study incorporates themes from Life satisfaction, Well-being, Happiness and Endogeneity. His research integrates issues of Volatility, Actuarial science and Aid effectiveness in his study of Monetary economics. His Debt study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as International economics.
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Aid, the Public Sector and the Market in Less Developed Countries
Paul Mosley;John Hudson;Sara Horrell.
The Economic Journal (1990)
Institutional Trust and Subjective Well‐Being across the EU
Aid, Poverty Reduction and the ‘New Conditionality’*
Paul Mosley;John Hudson;Arjan Verschoor.
The Economic Journal (2004)
Tax Evasion, Civic Duty and the Law Abiding Citizen
Marta Orviska;John Hudson.
European Journal of Political Economy (2003)
Trends in Multi-authored Papers in Economics
Journal of Economic Perspectives (1996)
Tax Performance: A Comparative Study
Joweria M. Teera;John Hudson.
Journal of International Development (2004)
Aid policies and growth: in search of the holy grail
John Hudson;Paul Mosley.
Journal of International Development (2001)
Aid Volatility, Policy and Development
John Hudson;Paul Mosley.
World Development (2008)
Generic take-up in the pharmaceutical market following patent expiry A multi-country study
International Review of Law and Economics (2000)
International Trade in 'Quality Goods': Signalling Problems for Developing Countries
John Hudson;Philip Jones.
Journal of International Development (2003)
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