2023 - Research.com Law in Germany Leader Award
His primary scientific interests are in Constitutional economics, Judicial independence, Public economics, Positive economics and Order. His research in Constitutional economics intersects with topics in Public finance, Macroeconomics and Corporate governance. His studies in Judicial independence integrate themes in fields like Rule of law and Law and economics.
His Law and economics study incorporates themes from Legislature and Constitution. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Government and Public economics. His Government research includes themes of Fiscal policy, Presidential system, Happiness and Corruption.
His primary areas of study are Law and economics, Law, Judicial independence, Rule of law and Public economics. While the research belongs to areas of Law and economics, Stefan Voigt spends his time largely on the problem of Constitutional economics, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Positive economics, Corporate governance, Social contract and Federalism. His Judicial independence research integrates issues from Political economy, Enforcement, Property rights, De facto and Corruption.
His work carried out in the field of Rule of law brings together such families of science as Per capita income and Set. His research brings together the fields of Delegation and Public economics. The concepts of his Government study are interwoven with issues in Fiscal policy, Monetary economics, Presidential system, Politics and Productivity.
Law and economics, Political economy, Politics, Law and State of emergency are his primary areas of study. His Law and economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Militant, Constitutionalism, Function and Rule of law. Stefan Voigt interconnects Judicial independence, De facto and Democracy, Autocracy in the investigation of issues within Political economy.
His study explores the link between Judicial independence and topics such as Economic Justice that cross with problems in Commercial law, European integration and Public finance. His Democracy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fiscal federalism, Federalism and Decentralization. As part of his studies on Law, he often connects relevant areas like Per capita income.
His main research concerns Politics, Political economy, Law, State of emergency and Law and economics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Endogamy, Constitution and State in addition to Politics. His study in Political economy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Industrialisation, Civil society, Authoritarianism, Democracy and Judicial independence.
His Judicial independence research incorporates elements of Legislation, Individualism and Independence. His study on Liberal democracy, Economic Justice and Separation of powers is often connected to Descriptive statistics as part of broader study in Law. The study incorporates disciplines such as Control and Element in addition to Law and economics.
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Economic growth and judicial independence: cross-country evidence using a new set of indicators
Lars P. Feld;Lars P. Feld;Stefan Voigt.
European Journal of Political Economy (2003)
How (not) to measure institutions
Journal of Institutional Economics (2013)
Explaining de facto judicial independence
Bernd Hayo;Stefan Voigt.
International Review of Law and Economics (2007)
Positive constitutional economics: A survey
Public Choice (1997)
The economic effects of constitutions: replicating—and extending—Persson and Tabellini
Lorenz Blume;Jens Müller;Stefan Voigt;Carsten Wolf.
Public Choice (2009)
Economic Growth and Judicial Independence: Cross Country Evidence Using a New Set of Indicators
Lars P. Feld;Lars P. Feld;Stefan Voigt;Stefan Voigt.
Social Science Research Network (2003)
Positive constitutional economics II—a survey of recent developments
Public Choice (2011)
Choosing Not To Choose: When Politicians Choose To Delegate Powers
Stefan Voigt;Eli M. Salzberger.
The economic effects of direct democracy—a first global assessment
Lorenz Blume;Jens Müller;Stefan Voigt.
Public Choice (2009)
Federalism and decentralization—a critical survey of frequently used indicators
Lorenz Blume;Stefan Voigt.
Constitutional Political Economy (2011)
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