Sophie Meunier spends much of her time researching Politics, Single market, International trade, International economics and Globalization. She interconnects Incentive, Sunk costs, Human rights and International regime in the investigation of issues within Politics. Her studies in Free trade and Commercial policy are all subfields of International trade research.
In her work, Intellectual property is strongly intertwined with Economic integration, which is a subfield of Free trade. Her studies in International economics integrate themes in fields like Legitimacy and Negotiation. The Globalization study combines topics in areas such as Liberalization, Public opinion and Political spectrum.
Her primary areas of investigation include Politics, Political economy, International trade, Globalization and Foreign direct investment. Her work carried out in the field of Politics brings together such families of science as Economic history, European integration and International regime. Her Political economy research includes elements of Comparative politics, Law, Power and Economic system.
Sophie Meunier studies International trade, focusing on Commercial policy in particular. Her research integrates issues of Liberalization, Public opinion, Economy and Doctrine in her study of Globalization. Her research in Foreign direct investment focuses on subjects like International economics, which are connected to Single market.
Politics, International economics, Foreign direct investment, International trade and Negotiation are her primary areas of study. Her Politics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Economic policy, Economic history and Political economy. Her International economics research incorporates themes from Competition, Investment policy, Member state and Global governance.
The various areas that she examines in her Foreign direct investment study include Globalization, China and Economic globalization. Her research in International trade is mostly focused on Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. Her research in Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership intersects with topics in Commercial policy and Salience.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, International trade, Negotiation, Mobilization and Investment policy. Her Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership study incorporates themes from Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, Salience, International relations, Government and Commercial policy. Her research brings together the fields of International economics and Investment policy.
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The politics of hosting Chinese investment in Europe—an introduction
Sophie Meunier;Brian Burgoon;Wade Jacoby.
Asia Europe Journal (2014)
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