Sam Peltzman focuses on Politics, Corollary, Per capita, Opposition and Mathematical economics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Government and Welfare, Redistribution, Market economy. His Government study incorporates themes from Incentive, Statute and Gross national product.
His study in Corollary intersects with areas of studies such as Diminishing returns, General theory, Political process, Structure and Public interest theory. Sam Peltzman integrates several fields in his works, including Per capita, Generalization and Regulatory capture. His Voting behavior study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Political economy, Public economics, State, Liberian dollar and Presidential system.
His primary areas of investigation include Politics, Competition, Market economy, Government and Political economy. His studies examine the connections between Politics and genetics, as well as such issues in State, with regards to Public economics. His Public economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Deregulation and Welfare.
His study focuses on the intersection of Competition and fields such as Productivity with connections in the field of Manufacturing and Harm. Sam Peltzman has researched Voting behavior in several fields, including Public policy and Government regulation. His Incentive research incorporates elements of Statute, Redistribution and Gross national product.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Competition, International economics, Harm, Antitrust enforcement and Productivity. His research on Competition concerns the broader Market economy. His International economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Externality, Fiscal policy, Economic policy, Revenue and Local government.
His work deals with themes such as Balance and Manufacturing, which intersect with Harm.
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Toward a More General Theory of Regulation
The Journal of Law and Economics (1976)
The Effects of Automobile Safety Regulation
Journal of Political Economy (1975)
Prices Rise Faster than They Fall
Journal of Political Economy (2000)
The Gains and Losses From Industrial Concentration
Research Papers in Economics (1977)
The Economic Theory of Regulation after a Decade of Deregulation
Sam Peltzman;Michael E. Levine;Roger G. Noll.
Constituent Interest and Congressional Voting
The Journal of Law and Economics (1984)
The Impact of Product Recalls on the Wealth of Sellers
Gregg Jarrell;Sam Peltzman.
Journal of Political Economy (1985)
The Growth of Government
The Journal of Law and Economics (1980)
Voters as Fiscal Conservatives
Quarterly Journal of Economics (1992)
"An Evaluation of Consumer Protection Legislation: The 1962 Drug Amendments": A Reply.
Journal of Political Economy (1973)
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