The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Democracy, Politics, Political economy, State and Populism. His work in the fields of Authoritarianism overlaps with other areas such as Indonesian. In his works, Marcus Mietzner performs multidisciplinary study on Politics and Comparative research.
His Political economy research incorporates themes from Democratic consolidation and Polity. His studies deal with areas such as Subsidy, Finance, Political corruption, Corruption and Legislature as well as State. Marcus Mietzner interconnects General election and Presidential election in the investigation of issues within Populism.
His primary areas of study are Political economy, Democracy, Politics, Development economics and Authoritarianism. His Political economy research integrates issues from Autocracy, Ideology, Democratization, Presidential system and Power. His Democratic consolidation study in the realm of Democracy connects with subjects such as Indonesian.
Politics is frequently linked to State in his study. His research integrates issues of Legislature and Finance in his study of State. His work deals with themes such as Economic growth, Military government and Regime change, which intersect with Development economics.
Marcus Mietzner mainly focuses on Political economy, Democracy, Authoritarianism, Presidential system and Indonesian. In his study, Civil–military relations and Democratization is strongly linked to Autocracy, which falls under the umbrella field of Political economy. His Democracy research is under the purview of Politics.
His study in the field of Technocracy is also linked to topics like Religious studies, Mythology and Inequality. Marcus Mietzner has included themes like Power, Identity politics and Corruption in his Authoritarianism study. His work on Developmentalism as part of his general State study is frequently connected to Policy decision, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His primary areas of investigation include Political economy, Authoritarianism, Democracy, Pluralism and Southeast asia. His study in Political economy intersects with areas of studies such as Range and Quality. His Range investigation overlaps with Identity politics and Power.
His Quality investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Political Islam, Presidential system and Corruption.
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The politics of military reform in post-Suharto Indonesia : elite conflict, nationalism, and institutional resistance
Policy Studies (2006)
Problems of Democratisation in Indonesia: Elections, Institutions and Society
Edward Aspinall;Marcus Mietzner.
Indonesia's democratic stagnation: anti-reformist elites and resilient civil society
Party Financing in Post-Soeharto Indonesia: Between State Subsidies and Political Corruption
Contemporary Southeast Asia: A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs (2007)
Reinventing Asian Populism: Jokowi's Rise, Democracy, and Political Contestation in Indonesia
Explaining the 2016 Islamist Mobilisation in Indonesia: Religious Intolerance, Militant Groups and the Politics of Accommodation
Marcus Mietzner;Burhanuddin Muhtadi.
Asian Studies Review (2018)
Comparing Indonesia's party systems of the 1950s and the post-Suharto era: From centrifugal to centripetal inter-party competition
Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (2008)
Military Politics, Islam and the State in Indonesia: From Turbulent Transition to Democratic Consolidation
Fighting Illiberalism with Illiberalism: Islamist Populism and Democratic Deconsolidation in Indonesia
Pacific Affairs (2018)
Indonesian Politics in 2014: Democracy’s Close Call
Edward Aspinall;Marcus Mietzner.
Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (2014)
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