2011 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Her primary scientific interests are in Law, Politics, European Union law, International law and Law and economics. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Politics, European policy is strongly linked to European court of justice. Her European Union law research incorporates themes from Jurisprudence, European integration, Power and Domestic policy.
The International law study combines topics in areas such as Court of equity and Precedent, Public law, Civil law. Her study focuses on the intersection of International court and fields such as Tribunal with connections in the field of International relations. Her Human rights study combines topics in areas such as Election monitoring, Intellectual property, International regime and Refugee.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Law, International law, Politics, Law and economics and International relations. Her research brings together the fields of European Union law and Law. Her International law study incorporates themes from Enforcement, Comparative law and International regime.
Her work in Politics addresses issues such as Institution, which are connected to fields such as Single market. Her Law and economics study also includes
Politics, Law and economics, International law, International relations and Law are her primary areas of study. Her Politics research includes elements of Institution and Service. Her studies in Law and economics integrate themes in fields like Capitalism, Global governance and Judicial review.
Her International law research includes themes of Multilateralism and International regime. Her International relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Adjudication, Legislature, Delegation, Power and Complaint. Her work in the fields of Law, such as Public international law and Empire, intersects with other areas such as Sharia, Conversation and Meaning.
Karen J. Alter spends much of her time researching Politics, Law and economics, International relations, Judicial review and International law. Her Politics study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Service. She interconnects Power, Legitimacy, Complaint, Democracy and Human rights in the investigation of issues within Law and economics.
Her International relations study is concerned with Law in general. She has researched Judicial review in several fields, including European Union law, Globalization, Constitutional review, Constitutional court and Proportionality. The various areas that Karen J. Alter examines in her International law study include Multilateralism, Political system, Principle of legality and Rule of law.
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