2017 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
His primary areas of investigation include Development economics, Political economy, Economy, South asia and Ancient history. His Development economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Insurgency, Diplomacy, Ethnic group and Political mobilization. His Political economy study incorporates themes from Independence, Social psychology, Shadow and Ideology.
His work deals with themes such as Empire, Nationalism, Principal, Disarmament and Colonialism, which intersect with Ideology. His Economy research includes themes of Power, General partnership and China. His South asia investigation overlaps with Asymmetric warfare and Far East.
His primary areas of study are Development economics, Political economy, Politics, South asia and Economic history. His work is dedicated to discovering how Development economics, Nuclear weapon are connected with Arms control and other disciplines. The Political economy study combines topics in areas such as Government, Nationalism, Ideology and State.
His Politics study is concerned with Law in general. Combining a variety of fields, including South asia, Economy, Ancient history and Far East, are what the author presents in his essays. His study connects Foreign policy and Economy.
His primary areas of investigation include Political economy, Economic history, Ancient history, China and South asia. His work in Political economy tackles topics such as Foreign policy which are related to areas like International trade. His research investigates the connection with Economic history and areas like Power which intersect with concerns in Victory, Cold war, Hindu nationalism and Coercion.
Sumit Ganguly combines subjects such as Asymmetric warfare, History of the United States and Democracy with his study of Ancient history. His work in China addresses issues such as Economy, which are connected to fields such as Collision. His work carried out in the field of Politics brings together such families of science as Bandwagon effect, Development economics and Intervention.
Sumit Ganguly spends much of his time researching Ancient history, China, Rivalry, South asia and Foreign policy. Ancient history is frequently linked to Asymmetric warfare in his study. His research in China intersects with topics in Collision and Economy.
To a larger extent, he studies Politics with the aim of understanding Foreign policy. His Conflict transformation study introduces a deeper knowledge of Political economy. His Political economy research includes elements of Diplomacy, Prime minister and Nationalism.
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How Rivalries End
Karen A. Rasler;William R. Thompson;Sumit Ganguly.
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