His primary scientific interests are in Politics, Law, Legislature, Context and Public administration. Steven S. Smith specializes in Politics, namely Democracy. His research in the fields of House of Representatives, Contract with America, Relevance and Power overlaps with other disciplines such as Distribution.
His research investigates the connection between House of Representatives and topics such as Law and economics that intersect with issues in Voting, Split-ticket voting, Single non-transferable vote and Legislation. His research integrates issues of Parliament, Political economy, Economic system and State in his study of Context. His Political economy study incorporates themes from Variety and Champion.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Law, Public administration, Politics, Legislature and Political economy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Public relations, Presidential system, Campaign finance, Constitution and Public opinion in addition to Public administration. His Politics research integrates issues from Institution and Public economics.
Steven S. Smith interconnects Voting, Majority rule, Mandate and Law and economics in the investigation of issues within Legislature. His Law and economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Single non-transferable vote, Economic history and Split-ticket voting. He has included themes like Context, Economic system, Immigration and Electoral system in his Political economy study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Law, Legislature, Public administration, Politics and House of Representatives. His Legislature study incorporates themes from Presidential system, Minority rights, Majority rule and Supreme court. The study incorporates disciplines such as First amendment, Majority party and Iron triangle in addition to Public administration.
As part of the same scientific family, Steven S. Smith usually focuses on Politics, concentrating on Public economics and intersecting with Panel data. His House of Representatives research incorporates themes from Constitution and Democracy. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Public opinion, Political economy is strongly linked to Presidential election.
Steven S. Smith mainly focuses on Law, Political economy, Politics, Majority rule and Minority rights. His work deals with themes such as Control and Public administration, which intersect with Law. His study in Political economy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Public opinion, Electoral integrity, Presidential election, Working class and Populism.
The various areas that Steven S. Smith examines in his Politics study include Panel data and Public economics. His studies deal with areas such as Political sophistication, Filibuster, Legislature, Public relations and Cloture as well as Majority rule. Steven S. Smith interconnects Balance, House of Representatives and Democracy in the investigation of issues within Minority rights.
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Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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