Simon Hix mostly deals with Politics, Parliament, Political economy, Law and European integration. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Competition and Economic system. His Parliament study incorporates themes from Legislature, Voting, Veto and Public administration.
His Public administration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Democratic politics and Democratic deficit. Simon Hix has included themes like Intergovernmentalism, Comparative politics, Consociationalism, European studies and Primary election in his Political economy study. The concepts of his European integration study are interwoven with issues in Democracy and European Union law.
His primary scientific interests are in Parliament, Political economy, Politics, Public administration and Law. His Parliament study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Democratic politics, Competition, Voting, Legislature and Commission. The Political economy study combines topics in areas such as Opposition, Government, Primary election, Economy and Brexit.
He has researched Politics in several fields, including Single market, Economic system and European integration. He interconnects Political system and European Union law in the investigation of issues within European integration. His work investigates the relationship between Public administration and topics such as Democracy that intersect with problems in Legitimacy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Political economy, Parliament, Brexit, Public administration and Politics. His studies in Political economy integrate themes in fields like National election, Voting, Core, Domestic market and Fall of man. His Parliament research incorporates themes from State, Ballot, Public relations and Law and economics.
His work carried out in the field of Brexit brings together such families of science as Economic history, Sovereignty, Survey experiment, Development economics and Single market. His research integrates issues of Law, Legislature and Opposition in his study of Public administration. His studies deal with areas such as Government, Positive economics and Member state as well as Politics.
His primary areas of study are Parliament, Political economy, Public administration, Legislature and Voting. Simon Hix combines subjects such as Public relations, Ballot, Primary election, Election threshold and Law and economics with his study of Parliament. His study in Ballot is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Proportional representation, Closed list and Competition.
His Political economy research integrates issues from Core, National election, Social democracy and Fall of man. The study of Public administration is intertwined with the study of Representation in a number of ways. His Legislature research includes themes of Public finance and Politics.
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Political parties in the European Union
Simon Hix;Christopher Lord.
Democratic Politics in the European Parliament
Simon Hix;Abdul G. Noury;Gérard Roland.
Dimensions of Politics in the European Parliament
Simon Hix;Abdul Noury;Gérard Roland.
American Journal of Political Science (2006)
Power to the Parties: Cohesion and Competition in the European Parliament, 1979–2001
Simon Hix;Abdul Noury;Gérard Roland.
British Journal of Political Science (2005)
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