His primary scientific interests are in Political economy, Politics, International trade, Globalization and New political economy. His study in Political economy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Public administration and Free trade. The study incorporates disciplines such as Identity, Property rights and International development in addition to Politics.
His work in the fields of Regionalism overlaps with other areas such as East Asia. In his study, Liberalism, Latin Americans, Triumphalism and Normative is strongly linked to Liberalization, which falls under the umbrella field of Globalization. His studies in New political economy integrate themes in fields like Development economics and Resentment.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Political economy, Politics, Globalization, International relations and Economy. His work carried out in the field of Political economy brings together such families of science as International political economy, Corporate governance, Global governance, State and Foreign policy. Richard Higgott interconnects Economic Justice, Development economics and International trade in the investigation of issues within Politics.
The concepts of his Globalization study are interwoven with issues in Civil society, Free trade and Normative. His work deals with themes such as Social science and Middle power, which intersect with International relations. His Economy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Regionalism, Middle East, Colonialism and Latin Americans.
Richard Higgott mostly deals with Political economy, International relations, Multilateralism, Economy and Corporate governance. The various areas that Richard Higgott examines in his Political economy study include Economic system and Alliance. In the subject of general International relations, his work in International relations theory is often linked to Focus, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Richard Higgott has researched Multilateralism in several fields, including International trade, Order and Global governance. His research in Global governance intersects with topics in Institutional economics and Globalization. His Economy study combines topics in areas such as Regionalism and Institutionalism.
His primary areas of investigation include International trade, Multilateralism, Legitimacy, Global governance and Globalization. His studies deal with areas such as Economic Justice, Order and Depression as well as International trade. The Multilateralism study combines topics in areas such as Trade barrier, Protectionism, Trade credit and Free trade.
His Legitimacy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Deliberative democracy and Corporate governance, Multi-level governance. His Global public good studies intersect with other subjects such as Law and Political economy. His Political economy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Politics and Position.
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Relocating Middle Powers: Australia and Canada in a Changing World Order
Andrew Fenton Cooper;Richard A. Higgott;Kim Richard Nossal.
The Asian economic crisis: A study in the politics of resentment
New Political Economy (1998)
Studying Regions: Learning from the Old, Constructing the New
Shaun Breslin;Richard Higgott.
New Political Economy (2000)
Middle power leadership and coalition building: Australia, the Cairns Group, and the Uruguay Round of trade negotiations
Richard A. Higgott;Andrew Fenton Cooper.
International Organization (1990)
Competing conceptions of economic regionalism: APEC versus EAEC in the Asia pacific
Richard Higgott;Richard Stubbs.
Review of International Political Economy (1995)
Exploring alternative theories of economic regionalism: from trade to finance in Asian co-operation?
Heribert Dieter;Richard A. Higgott.
Review of International Political Economy (2003)
Regions in comparative perspective
Shaun Breslin;Richard A. Higgott;Ben Rosamond.
Political Development Theory: The Contemporary Debate
Richard A. Higgott.
Contested globalization: the changing context and normative challenges
Review of International Studies (2000)
Justice Unbound? Globalization, States and the Transformation of the Social Bond
Richard Devetak;Richard A. Higgott.
International Affairs (1999)
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