His primary areas of study are Economics education, Higher education, Labour economics, Mathematics education and Economic impact analysis. His study in Economics education is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Welsh, Art history, GEORGE, Public administration and Social science. His Higher education research focuses on Academic achievement and how it connects with Control, Achievement test and Test.
His Labour economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Work activity and Inefficiency. His study brings together the fields of Curriculum and Mathematics education. His studies in Economic impact analysis integrate themes in fields like Argument, Public economics and Subsidy.
John J. Siegfried mainly investigates Economics education, Higher education, Management, Mathematics education and Demographic economics. His Economics education research includes elements of Curriculum, Public administration, Medical education, Trend analysis and Social science. His Higher education research is under the purview of Economic growth.
His research on Management focuses in particular on Executive committee. His study connects Test and Mathematics education. His Demographic economics study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Bachelor.
John J. Siegfried mostly deals with Economics education, Management, Trend analysis, Demographic economics and Social science. His Economics education study is concerned with Economic growth in general. His Economic growth study combines topics in areas such as Marketing and Subsidy.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Regression analysis, Panel data and Bachelor. His Educational research study in the realm of Social science connects with subjects such as Economic research. His research in Public administration tackles topics such as Business administration which are related to areas like Higher education.
His primary areas of investigation include Public relations, Economics education, College athletics, Control and Revenue. His study ties his expertise on Higher education together with the subject of Public relations. His Higher education research focuses on subjects like Remuneration, which are linked to Attendance.
John J. Siegfried has researched Economics education in several fields, including Coursework, Medical education, Educational attainment, Trend analysis and Social science. His Coursework research includes elements of Curriculum and Matriculation. His study in the field of Educational research also crosses realms of Session.
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The Economics of Sports Facilities and Their Communities
John J. Siegfried;Andrew Zimbalist.
Journal of Economic Perspectives (2000)
Economic Power and Political Influence: The Impact of Industry Structure on Public Policy
Lester M. Salamon;John J. Siegfried.
American Political Science Review (1977)
Empirical studies of entry and exit: A survey of the evidence
John J. Siegfried;Laurie Beth Evans.
Review of Industrial Organization (1994)
Research on Teaching College Economics: A Survey
John J Siegfried;Rendigs Fels.
Journal of Economic Literature (1979)
The Economic Impact of Colleges and Universities
John J. Siegfried;Allen R. Sanderson;Peter McHenry.
Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning (2008)
The Status and Prospects of the Economics Major
John J. Siegfried;Robin L. Bartlett;W. Lee Hansen;Allen C. Kelley.
Journal of Economic Education (1991)
Production Efficiency: The Case of Professional Basketball
Thomas A. Zak;Cliff J. Huang;John J. Siegfried.
The Journal of Business (1979)
Male-Female Differences in Economic Education: a Survey
John J. Siegfried.
Journal of Economic Education (1979)
Law and Economics
Directors W. Kip Viscusi;Jeremy Atack;Margaret Blair;Thomas Carr.
Research on Teaching Economics to Undergraduates
Sam Allgood;William B. Walstad;John J. Siegfried.
Journal of Economic Literature (2015)
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