His primary scientific interests are in Political economy, Social psychology, Panel data, Political efficacy and Panel analysis. His study on Political economy is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Presidential system and Identification. The various areas that Steven E. Finkel examines in his Social psychology study include Sample and Positive economics.
Steven E. Finkel combines topics linked to Causal inference with his work on Panel data. His Political efficacy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as American political science and Voting behavior. His Panel analysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Reciprocal determinism, Spurious relationship and Errors-in-variables models.
His main research concerns Democracy, Political economy, Social psychology, Democratization and Public administration. In general Democracy, his work in Political system and New Democracy is often linked to Development economics and Competence linking many areas of study. His study connects Panel data and Political economy.
His Social psychology research focuses on subjects like Sample, which are linked to Positive economics. His Causal inference research includes themes of Reciprocal determinism and Spurious relationship. His research in Reciprocal determinism intersects with topics in Errors-in-variables models, Statistics and Econometrics.
His primary areas of investigation include Criminology, Violent extremism, Panel data, Democratization and Democracy. Many of his studies on Criminology involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Social desirability. His Violent extremism studies intersect with other subjects such as Community violence and Data collection.
His study in Panel data is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Structural equation modeling, Demographic economics and Set. Democratization combines with fields such as Political economy, Supply and demand, Work and Prospect theory in his work. His work in the fields of Democracy, such as Autocracy and Authoritarianism, intersects with other areas such as Treatment and control groups and Social psychology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Panel data, Community violence, Criminology, Violent extremism and Individual level. Panel data is the subject of his research, which falls under Econometrics. Steven E. Finkel integrates several fields in his works, including Individual level, Turnout and Demographic economics.
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Personal Influence, Collective Rationality, and Mass Political Action
Steven E. Finkel;Edward N. Muller;Karl-Dieter Opp.
American Political Science Review (1989)
Party Identification and Participation in Collective Political Action
Steven E. Finkel;Karl-Dieter Opp.
The Journal of Politics (1991)
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