Michael C. Munger mainly focuses on Politics, Public administration, Interest group, Legislator and Public economics. His Politics research includes themes of Social choice theory and Face. His Public administration research integrates issues from Campaign contribution, Political action, Voting, Legislature and Public choice.
His Interest group study combines topics in areas such as Productivity and Public relations. His study on Productivity also encompasses disciplines like
His primary scientific interests are in Politics, Public finance, Law and economics, Public choice and Political economy. His work in Politics addresses issues such as Positive economics, which are connected to fields such as Social choice theory. His Economic history research extends to the thematically linked field of Public finance.
His Law and economics study frequently involves adjacent topics like Law. His work carried out in the field of Voting brings together such families of science as Legislation and Legislator. His Legislator research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Legislature and Public economics.
Michael C. Munger spends much of his time researching Law and economics, Public finance, Politics, Sharing economy and Transaction cost. Michael C. Munger has researched Law and economics in several fields, including Status quo, Social choice theory, Value, Egalitarianism and Public choice. His Public choice study also includes
His work deals with themes such as Economic history and Salience, which intersect with Public finance. His work often combines Politics and Database transaction studies. Michael C. Munger usually deals with Sharing economy and limits it to topics linked to Capacity utilization and Basic income, Popularity and Market economy.
His main research concerns Public finance, Business economics, Political economy, Public choice and Law and economics. His Public finance study incorporates themes from Cognitive psychology, Spatial theory and Salience. His research integrates issues of Positive economics, Political philosophy, Methodological individualism, Subjectivism and Mistake in his study of Public choice.
His Mistake research incorporates elements of Argument and Politics. His Politics study often links to related topics such as Neutrality. He interconnects Coase theorem, Rent-seeking and Value in the investigation of issues within Law and economics.
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Predictors of state legislators' intentions to vote for cigarette tax increases.
Brian S. Flynn;Adam O. Goldstein;Laura J. Solomon;Karl E. Bauman.
Preventive Medicine (1998)
State legislators' attitudes and voting intentions toward tobacco control legislation.
Adam O. Goldstein;Joanna E. Cohen;Brian S. Flynn;Nell H. Gottlieb.
American Journal of Public Health (1997)
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